Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Fantasy Phil's Four MLB Diamonds for Wednesday April 4, 2018




Fantasy Phil shares his four Fantasy Baseball Diamonds for Wednesday's Main MLB Slate at FanDuel.

  • ·         FanDuel 5 Game Slate: Starting time 7:07pm
  • ·         Weather to avoid: None
  • ·         **Always check your lineups to be sure everyone on your roster is playing


Pitchers

  • ·         Oakland Athletics SP Sean Manaea ($8300) is a bit overpriced but on a slate without many options he might be the ace of the night. In 114 at bats against these current Texas Rangers hitters Manaea has allowed two bombs and six walks with 26 strikeouts. This season the Texas Rangers are hitting just .243 against left handed pitching and 20 percent strikeout rate versus left handers.
  • ·          Colorado Rockies SP Jon Gray ($8000) has the ballpark on his side when he faces the San Diego Padres tonight. He also faces a Padres team he’s fared well against with 19 strikeouts in 67 at bats against. This seasons Padres have a 19.8 percent strikeout rate and .162 ISO  against right handers.



Hitters
  • ·         Oakland Athletics 1B Matt Olson ($3400) has a nice ooportunity tonight against Texas Rangers SP Doug Fister and his career ineffectiveness against left handed hitters. Career .377 ISO, .340 wOBA and wRC+ of 170 against right handed pitching. Usually bats third in the A’s lineup against righties.
  • ·         Cardinals 2B Kolton Wong ($2000) is off to a terrible start to his season but he can get back on track tonight against Brewers SP Jhoulys Chacin. Chacin has always had trouble with left handed bats and while plenty will flock to the sexier Cardinals hitters Wong and his career .311 wOBA should fly under the radar.



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Tuesday, April 3, 2018

MLB: Fantasy Phil's Fabulous Four at FanDuel for Tuesday April 3, 2018




We have another nine game MLB slate at FanDuel tonight. The main weather problem seems to be in New York for the Phillies and Mets. I may just avoid that game altogether.

You should check your lineups to be as sure as you can that everyone on your roster is actually playing.

Our pitchers both did okay. Charlie Morton (46 points) and Andrew Triggs (33 points).  Our hitters didn’t. Carlos Santana got snowed out and Khris Davis finished with three points.

Let’s see who Fantasy Phil likes for GPP Tourneys tonight.

Pitching

It’s Clayton Kershaw ($11,500) day today. Obviously you are going to want to consider him for cash games. In fact he should be a cash game lock against the Diamondbacks.


Fantasy Phil has a fondness for Milwaukee Brewers Ace Chase Anderson ($8000). Like most pitchers Anderson is much better at home and while the fly ball rate has increased over his career the bombs per nine has actually decreased. Andersons career 4.27 xFIP at home is manageable and I know it’s early but the Cardinals have a 28 percent strikeout rate against righties. Vegas set a nine run over under which might keep betters off Anderson tonight. There is much to like with Anderson tonight.


The Brewers aren’t exactly setting the world on fire at the plate this season. At $6000 bucks the Cardinals Jack Flaherty has a nice opportunity to add to his early season K/9 rate of 9.0 as these Brewers whiff 23 percent of the time they face righties. The other thing I like is throughout his professional career Flaherty doesn’t cough up that many bombs (1.69) or walk that many (4.22).  His MLB sample size is too small but his overall career suggest positive regression. At his price point he doesn’t need to do much to make five times value. 

Hitting

We have a nice mix in our pitching options and I think I have a couple of bats that might have two bomb GPP upside.


Washington Nationals SP A.J. Cole coughed up 2.25 bombs per nine and  40 percent fly ball rate on the road; for this reason Fantasy Phil is interested in how Atlanta Braves 1B Freddie Freeman ($4200) fares against Cole at home tonight. Freeman has a career ISO of .228 and wRC+ of 152 against righties at home. No matter what the price Freeman and his double dong potential is difficult to pass up.  


If you are spending up for Kershaw you are going to need to find value and Texas Rangers OF Nomar Mazara ($2600) fits what we are looking for. He has a great matchup tonight with Oakland Athletics SP Kendall Graveman who boasts a career 30 percent fly ball rate AND extremely low 5.85 career K/9 rate against  left handed hitters. Mazara has a career .186 ISO, .332 wOBA and wRC+ of 102 against righties. Fantasy Phil likes the numbers and the double bomb potential tonight.  

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Monday, April 2, 2018

MLB: Fantasy Phil's Fabulous Four at FanDuel Monday April 2, 2018




We have an intriguing nine game MLB slate at FanDuel tonight. At the time of this writing there doesn’t seem to be any weather issues and the opening pitch for the first game of the night is set for 7:07pm Eastern.

You should check your lineups to be as sure as you can that everyone on your roster is actually playing.

Let’s see who Fantasy Phil likes for GPP Tourneys tonight.

Pitching
One thing about tonight’s slate; the pitching selections are priced in such a way it won’t be difficult to fit a few big bats in your lineup.

Charlie Morton $8500

The Baltimore Orioles haven’t gotten off to the best start this season against right handers and as luck would have it they face one of the hottest pitchers from the second half of last season. Yes, Charlie Morton was pretty good in 2017 with a 3.47 ERA and 10.30 K/9 ratio. This collection of Orioles are 11-33 lifetime with one bomb and four RBI. They have also struck out nine times. Morton is a cash game play and has enough upside for your GPP tourneys.

Andrew Triggs $6400

The Texas Rangers haven’t gotten off to the greatest start against righties either and that bodes well for Oakland Athletics starter Andrew Triggs. A couple of things I like tonight; he’s pitching at home in a big ballpark and he seems to have an easier time getting lefties out than righties.  The other thing is how well he has mastered this current collection of Rangers; just 3-27 with only two earned runs but only four strikeouts. He’s my GPP play of the night and at his price point Triggs doesn’t have to do that much to make value tonight.

Hitting

There are plenty of high and low priced options to consider tonight. Thankfully the pitching is priced low enough to squeeze in a bunch of sticks.

Carlos Santana $3600

Carlos Santana doesn’t hit as well against right handers as he does lefties and that should keep people off him tonight. Fantasy Phil likes these types of situations very much. Especially when a gas can like Matt Harvey is pitching. Even more so against left handed hitters and that .426 wOBA, those 6.2 walks and 2.68 bombs per nine innings like he did in 2017.

Khris Davis $3600

Davis has mashed right handers his entire career and he has to be happy tonight to see the Rangers Bartolo Colon take the hill. Colon coughed up nearly two bombs per nine innings in 2017 and I can’t see him getting much better in 2018. This should be a mash fest and Davis should be leading the way tonight in Oakland!!

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Sunday, April 1, 2018

Daily Fantasy Baseball 101: Winning Strategies for Daily Fantasy Baseball



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Sunday, October 9, 2016

Fantasy Basketball: Top Ten Point Guards for 2016-2017 Fantasy Drafts!




In just a couple of weeks the NBA season will begin. Last time we took a look at my top ten Fantasy Basketball Point Guards. Today I will give you my top ten shooting guards (SG)…..and here we go!

Houston Rockets SG James Harden made my top ten PG list and he’s number one on my SG list for this season. Harden is duel eligible (PG, SG) and that kind of flexibility plus his 23 double doubles and three triple doubles last season makes him an easy number two overall choice for me but it wouldn’t surprise me to see him drafted number one in some leagues.  

If Milwaukee Bucks SG Giannis Antetokounmpo isn’t duel eligible yet he will be soon. Heck, by early December Antetokounmpo might be eligible at FOUR positions (PG, SG, SF, PF) and that flexibility combined with his ability to stuff a stat sheet on a nightly basis is Fantasy gold. Giannis shot 53 percent from the field and 72 percent from the line last season and if he ever learns how to knock down triples he’d be the number one pick instead of the late first round to early second round his 13.7 Average Draft Position (ADP) currently has him being drafted.

Chicago Bulls SG Jimmy Butler is another SG that has duel eligibility (SG, SF) and is currently a mid to late second round pick (19.4 ADP). Butler is another stat stuffing SG averaging five rebounds, 4.8 assists, 20.9 points and knocked down a triple a night in 2016. Butler has solid shooting percentages and playing alongside Rajon Rondo and Dwayne Wade this season might see Butler hitting a few more threes and possibly a couple of extra rebounds a night when he’s plugged in at the three spot.

Golden State Warriors SG Klay Thompson comes in at number four on my list and is currently being drafted in the early to mid-second round. (23.6). The preseason narrative was that Thompson would suffer with the arrival of Kevin Durant but that doesn’t seem to be the case. Last season Thompson knocked down 276 triples and was solid in all the scoring categories. I would like to see Thompson get a few more steals this season but his three-bombs more than make up for this.

Oklahoma City Thunder SG Victor Oladipo rounds out my top five today. His trade from the Orlando Magic and Durant’s departure gives Oladipo a great opportunity. Currently Oladipo is being drafted in the late second or early third round (30.4 ADP) and that seems about right. Oladipo is a solid scorer with good shooting percentages and is good for the occasional steal. His situation is perfect as the second option on a potentially high scoring team and if he plays 35 minutes a night the skies the limit this season.

Portland Trail Blazers SG C.J. McCollum is currently being drafted in the mid to late second rounds (29.7 ADP) and unlike Oladipo he is duel eligible (PG, SG). McCollum is a scorer with solid shooting percentages and knocked down 2.5 triples in 2016. While not known for his defensive play he does get a steal a night and is just average in categories like rebounds (3.2). There’s a lot to like with McCollum but I like the other five players ahead of him much better in terms of categories he contributes in.

There are my top six and each of them will be solid contributors to your Fantasy basketball team. If you want one of these players you better be prepared to draft them early!

Rounding out my top ten are; Utah Jazz SG/SF Gordon Hayward (ADP 36.1),  Toronto Raptors SG DeMar DeRozan (36.4 ADP), Charlotte Hornets SG/SF Nicolas Batum (43.3 ADP) and Orlando Magic SG/SF Evan Fournier (53 ADP).


Good luck this season Fantasy Basketball Owner!  

Friday, September 30, 2016

Fantasy Basketball: Five Must Have Sleepers




In just over one month the 2016-2017 Fantasy Basketball season will begin. I don’t know about you but I’m excited about this season and can’t wait to begin drafting my teams. If you want to win your league it’s imperative to draft players other owners overlook and have them outperform their Average Draft Position (ADP). These players are more commonly known as “sleepers” and I have five for you that I believe will help you win your league this season.

Atlanta Hawks PG Dennis Schroder currently is being drafted at #72.1 at ESPN and I have a feeling Schroeder will absolutely outdo that ADP. Last season Schroeder finished the season 9th in usage and he only played 20 minutes a night. Now that Jeff Teague is no longer standing in his way the minutes will increase as will the opportunities to shine in a Hawks system that is point guard friendly. His 2016 per 36 numbers of 19.7 points, 7.8 assists, 4.4 rebounds and nearly 2 steals a game are fantastic and now that he will be getting closer to 30-35 minutes a night those numbers should rise exponentially.

The Houston Rockets allowed Dwight Howard to walk away in Free Agency and the one that should benefit most from this is Clint Capela. Currently his ADP sits at 117 on ESPN and in my opinion that’s far too low for a player that last season put up per 36 numbers that were similar to Dwight Howards. Now that Howard is gone Capela should see more than 19 minutes a game and I am looking forward to watching him put up some crazy numbers that will make people shake their heads for overlooking Capela this season.

While New York Knicks fans were excited about the trade that brought Derrick Rose to New York I was smiling when they signed PG Brandon Jennings to be his backup. I get the excitement; Rose is a former league MVP and when he is healthy he is a beast but Rose has missed nearly 120 games over the past three seasons. If Rose has the same health issues this season Jennings is going to start and even though Jennings has had health issues of his own he is two seasons removed from the freak Achilles injury he suffered in 2015. Last season Jennings played in 48 games and had solid per 36 numbers averaging 13 points and 7 assists. Jennings has an ADP of 111 and should be hanging around at the end of your draft.

Orlando Magic shooting guard Evan Fournier had a terrific 2016 campaign and has an ADP of 54. For a guy who knocked down a couple of triples and averaged 17 points a game per 36 minutes getting drafted at 54 seems about right so why is he a “sleeper”? As good as Fournier was last season Victor Oladipo was the number one option for the Magic. Last season Oladipo had a usage rate of 22 percent while Fournier had just 20 percent and he also had to deal with former coach Scott Skiles and his crazy rotations. This season Fournier has a new coach (Frank Vogel) and with Oladipo being traded away to the Oklahoma City Thunder Fournier could be a steal at number 54.

Speaking of Oladipo; his ADP is currently at number 31 and I think that has more to do with what he did last season in Orlando than it has to do with the possibilities of playing alongside Russell Westbrook. Westbrook isn’t just a great scorer but a great facilitator as well and Oladipo will absolutely get his chances to shoot the triple, pass the ball and will benefit greatly in the Thunder transition game. I know it might be a reach for Oladipo to overtake SG’s like James Harden and Jimmy Butler but with Kevin Durant taking up space and shots in Golden State Oladipo could very easily overtake current number three shooting guard Klay Thompson.


I’ll have plenty more Fantasy Basketball sleepers and much more for you to consider as we all prepare for our Fantasy Basketball drafts.  

Friday, September 16, 2016

Fantasy Football: Week Two Fantasy Football Suggestions for FanDuel


Week one of the Fantasy Football season is in the books and it’s on to week two. Today I have Quarterbacks, Running Backs, Wide Receivers and Tight Ends for you to consider this week!
Quarterbacks

The New York Giants have a very interesting matchup this week with the New Orleans Saints. While I am sure there will be plenty of interest in the Saints QB Drew Brees I have more interest in the Giants Eli  Manning ($8,100). Last week wide receivers torched the Saints for 34.30 Fantasy points and Manning was doing his thing scoring 19.28 FanDuel points of his own against Dallas. To say that the Saints secondary is challenged would be an understatement and with an over under of 53 and the Giants being an early week 4.5 point favorite I’m really liking Manning a LOT this week.

The Dallas Cowboys head into Washington as a 3 point underdog and I’m liking the Cowboys Dak Prescott ($7,000) in this matchup.  I didn’t tout him last week against the Giants but I do like his chances this week against a Washington Redskins passing defense that allowed QB’s 21.80 Fantasy points and wide receivers to score 42.10 Fantasy points. The Redskins defense looked awful against the Pittsburgh Steelers and while Prescott isn’t Ben Roethlisberger he ain’t exactly chopped liver either. If the Cowboys receivers can hang onto a few more balls this week Prescott might bring great value on Sunday.

I didn’t tout the Philadelphia Eagles Carson Wentz ($6,900) last week either and he had a very nice ballgame in week one against the Cleveland Browns. Okay, it was the Browns but Wentz did get the job done recording 19.2 FanDuel Fantasy points. The Eagles this week are a 3 point underdog on the road against the Chicago Bears this Monday night. Last week the Bears allowed 28.80 Fantasy points to the Houston Texans  receivers and an additional 16.64 points to QB Brock Osweiler. I don’t see very high ownership of Wentz this week and at his price he doesn’t have to do much to make his value and if he goes off then you will be one very happy camper on Monday night.

Last week the Atlanta Falcons Matt Ryan ($7,900) was in my top five and he delivered with 24.4 FanDuel Fantasy points. That’s not too shabby and I liked him so much that I’m going to tout him again on the road this week against the Oakland Raiders. Falcons fans will tell you that Ryan is no Drew Brees but I do like him in a matchup that has the Raiders favored by 4 points. Last week the Raiders allowed wide receivers 56.40 Fantasy points and Brees 31.42 Fantasy points. That’s a ton of points my friend and that 49.5 point over under has me intrigued this week. I also don’t believe Ryan will be highly owned and in a game like this that could bode well for whoever decides to take a chance on Ryan this week.

Another QB that I think might go overlooked is the Tennessee Titans Marcus Mariota ($7,500). Their matchup this week on the road against a Detroit Lions secondary that allowed wide receivers 29.70 Fantasy points and QB’s to score 35.50 Fantasy points. Yes that was against the Indianapolis Colts and no the Titans aren’t the same but Mariota impressed me last week in the Titans loss to the Minnesota Vikings amassing 17.7 FanDuel points. I don’t believe the Lions defense is very good and the 47 point over under along with the Lions being a 5.5 point favorite suggests to me Mariota will be airing the ball out and his price point also tells me Mariota won’t have to do too much to make value on Sunday.

Running Backs

Normally I like to choose running backs who are playing at home and are heavily favored but he Jacksonville Jaguars RB T.J. Yeldon has a very good road matchup this weekend against the San Diego Chargers. Last weekend the Chargers allowed RB’s 28.20 Fantasy points. That is a pile of points isn’t it? Last week Yeldon scored 14.9 Fantasy points against a pretty good Green Bay Packers rushing defense and with a 47 point over under and being a 3 point underdog the game flow suggests to me that Yeldon might be able to do some damage both as a rusher and receiver.  This could be a risky play so I would probably use Yeldon only in tournaments.

Unlike Yeldon and the Jaguars the Denver Broncos have a great matchup against the Indianapolis Colts and the Broncos RB C.J Anderson ($7,800) is someone I am considering this week. The game is at home, the over under is 46 and the Broncos are a 6 point favorite against a Colts defense that allowed 46.90 Fantasy points to RB’s last week. As for Anderson he recorded 27.9 FanDuel Fantasy points against the Carolina Panthers and he did it both rushing the ball on 20 carries for 92 yards and a touchdown. He also caught 4 balls out of the backfield for 47 yards and 1 touchdown. I would use Yeldon in both cash as well as tournaments this weekend.

Another RB that I think has a terrific opportunity to do some damage this weekend is the Houston Texans Lamar Miller ($7,700) against the visiting Kansas City Chiefs. The Texans are a slight early week 2 point favorite with a 43 point over under suggesting this is going to be a low scoring game possibly won in the trenches and that bodes well for Miller. Last week the Chiefs allowed RB’s to score 35.70 Fantasy points and Miller is coming off of a 13.7 FanDuel Fantasy point day that saw him amass 106 yards on 28 carries and an additional 4 catches for 11 yards. I don’t think Miller will be too highly owned and I would use him in cash games as well as tournaments.

Last week I touted the Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott ($7,900) and he was somewhat of a disappointment to me. Last week against the New York Giants he scored just 11.7 Fantasy points with 51 yards on 20 carries with a touchdown. The touches were there but the production lacked a bit. This week Elliott has a better matchup on the road against a  Washington Redskins team who last week allowed RB’s to score 29.70 Fantasy points. Vegas has set the over under at 44.5 points with the Redskins being a 3 point early week favorite. The opportunity is ripe for Elliott to explode and I for one hope that he does. Elliott has too low a floor to use in anything other than tournaments this week.   

The Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls ($6,600) appears to finally be fully healthy and he has a terrific matchup on the road against the Los Angeles Rams. Last week the Rams allowed RB’s to score 29 Fantasy points and I really like the Seahawks being a 3 point early week favorite and the 39 point over under suggests a low scoring game that should benefit Rawls.  Last week Rawls carried the ball just 12 times for 32 yards and caught 3 passes for 26 yards. His price point is fantastic and if he does get a full workload Rawls could be money in the bank this week. I would use Rawls strictly in tournaments this week.


Wide Receivers

Last week the New York Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr ($9,400) had 8 targets thrown his way hauling in 4 of them for 73 yards. This week he has an incredible matchup with a New Orleans Saints secondary allowing 25.93 Fantasy points a game. That’s a LOT of points my friend. The over under is huge at 53 points with Beckham’s giants being favored by 4 points. That suggests a shootout and I don’t know about you but I think this bodes well for Beckham this Sunday. You could also probably use WR Victor Cruz($4,700) Sunday; Cruz saw 4 targets and caught all of them for 34 yards and a touchdown.

I’m strongly considering the Atlanta Falcons QB Matt Ryan this week and if I do then Falcons WR Julio Jones ($9,300) is a must play. In fact I think Jones is a must play this week no matter what direction at QB you go as his matchup with the Oakland Raiders secondary is incredibly appealing. That secondary allowed 19.61 Fantasy points last week and this 49.5 point over under along with the Raiders being an early 4.5 point favorite might just be too darn good to pass up. Jones tweaked his ankle last week so keep an eye on this going forward but all indications are that Jones will be good to go on Sunday.

Last Sunday the Chicago Bears WR Alshon Jeffery ($7,800) had 6 targets thrown his way catching 4 of them for 105 yards against the Houston Texans. Jeffrey has a very good opportunity this Monday against a Philadelphia Eagles secondary that last week allowed Cleveland Browns receivers 13.62 Fantasy points. Vegas has set a 43 point over under with the Bears being an early 3 point favorite and like last week Bears WR’s like Jeffery and even Eddie Royal ($5,300) have a tremendous opportunity and if they can succeed this could help you receive a big payout this week.

I’m also strongly considering the Cincinnati Bengals WR A.J. Green ($8,900) this Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers this Sunday. Last week Green had 13 balls sent his way hauling in 12 of them for 180 yards and 1 touchdown against the New York Jets. This week he’s up against a Steelers secondary that allowed 22 Fantasy points to receivers. The 48.5 over under with the Steelers being an early 3 point favorite indicates a nice game flow and the strong possibility the Bengals will be playing catch up. That bodes well for those of you who roster Green this Sunday.

Another WR I’m strongly considering this week is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Mike Evans ($8,100). Last week against the Falcons Evans had 7 targets catching 5 of them for 99 yards and a touchdown. This week Evans has the luxury of going against a Arizona Cardinals secondary that allowed New England Patriots WR’s to torch them for 28.30 Fantasy points. Vegas has set the over under at 50 points with the Cardinals an early 7 point favorite. It looks like another shootout with the Bucs coming from behind and a great opportunity for Evans to do his thing on Sunday.


Tight Ends
Last week the Tennessee Titans TE Delanie Walker ($6,600) caught 3 passes for 42 yards worth 5.7 FanDuel points and this week he has a great matchup with a Detroit Lions defense that allowed TE’s to score 28.80 points. The Lions are currently a 6 point favorite at home with a 47.5 point over under. That suggests a lot of points will most likely be scored and the Titans will be playing catchup. That bodes well for Walker this week.

Dallas Cowboys TE Jason Witten ($5,900) had 14 balls thrown his way last week. He caught 9 of them for 66 yards and 11 FanDuel Fantasy points. This week the Cowboys travel to Washington to take on a Redskins defense that allowed TE’s to score just 3 Fantasy points. The over under in this one is 45.5 with the Redskins an early week 3 point favorite. It’s obvious that Witten is a big part of what the Cowboys do and with a rookie QB at the helm I can’t help but think Witten is going to see plenty of action this week.

Last week the Atlanta Falcons allowed TE’s to score 18.40 Fantasy points against them. That’s quite a few and that might bode well for the Oakland Raiders TE Clive Walford ($4,700) this week. The Raiders are currently a 5 point favorite at home against the Falcons and the 49.5 point over under suggests a shootout in the Bay this weekend. Last week Walford had 5 balls thrown his way catching 3 of them for 25 yards and 4 Fantasy points. Even Walford outscored Fleener and at Walford’s price point it won’t take much for him to make value this week.

The Minnesota Vikings TE Kyle Rudolph ($5,000) is someone I’m strongly considering this week. Rudolph has a very good matchup with a Green Bay Packers defense that allowed TE’s to score 17.20 Fantasy points. Last week Rudolph had 8 targets thrown his way catching 4 of them for 65 yards and 8.5 FanDuel Fantasy points. The Packers are currently a 2.5 point road favorite with a 44 point over under. The price point is very good and it looks as though Rudolph figures into the long-term offensive plans of the Vikings.

The Jacksonville Jaguars TE Marcedes Lewis ($4,600) has a very good matchup on the road against a San Diego Chargers defense that allowed TE’s to score 9.40 Fantasy points. That isn’t very much at all but Lewis did have 2 targets his way catching both of them for 48 yards and 5.5 FanDuel Fantasy points. The over under in this one is 47 with the Chargers an early week 3 point favorite. Game flow here and the low price point makes Lewis a decent salary saving option this weekend.

Good luck at FanDuel this week!