DraftKings Cheat Sheet, Sunday, July 16th (UPDATED)
July 16, 2017 | Justin Bales
Hello Fake Baseballers! Are you ready for another six months of the daily baseball grind? I know I am. And so are Justin Bales and Jason Bales who will take the lead on the daily cheat sheets this season. Our cheat sheets have all the info you need to succeed in daily fantasy baseball. Check out one from last season HERE.
Purchase a month subscription to the DraftKings or FanDuel Cheat Sheets for 24.99, or .83 cents per sheet! And if you want both, you can get a month sub for just $39.99, or .66 cents per sheet. When you see all that you get in each sheet, that .66 cents will feel like chump change!
Subscribers will receive an email alerting them when their cheat sheet has been posted to the site. We strive to get the sheets up 5 hours before lineups lock. We will also update the sheet an hour before lineups lock with any pertinent injury/lineup info that was released during the day.
What You Get:
* First off we give you the cheat sheet itself where we list and give analysis for our favorite plays of the day for either DraftKings or FanDuel. It gives you a rundown of each position and a nice overview of the top plays for that night.
* We then give you Cash and GPP lineups and discuss our lineup configuration to give you a look into our process. We give you a good base lineup for the two main types of contests which will then be a nice jumping off point for you to vary for differential.
* Next we give you a detailed breakdown of game matchups with our detailed Matchup and Odds chart. This chart gives you an easy overview of how teams are hitting lefties or righties, park factors, odds, weather, you name it, we fit it in.
* We then give you sortable stats and more sortable stats. Our Stat Magician gives us split stats from the last 3 years for each player, narrowing down the hitter stats for his scheduled matchup that day (i.e. if the pitcher is a lefty or righty or at home or away). And in addition to our sortable stats you will also receive all of them in a downloadable excel file each day.
Remember, the MLB is volatile as far as injuries, players resting, weather, etc… so always be sure to keep up with the latest news so you don’t get stuck with a dud. I prefer to use Baseball Press for my lineup news and Twitter for my up to the second information. Be sure to follow us @TheFakeBaseball and check out this good list of MLB Beat Reporters.
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