The 2016 MLB season is underway and Walterfootball.com has decided to supply daily fantasy advice. This feature will also provide a daily "Pete Rose" baseball selection.
For those who aren't familiar with daily fantasy leagues, they are really fun and only take a few minutes to fill out. WalterFootball.com has partnered with FanDuel, and you can sign up here. Also, please note the players below may not be in the lineup as managers change things daily. For the daily lineups as soon as they are released, I visit Baseballpress.com.
These are all projected starters, for view of the complete lineup the day of the game, I use Baseballpress.com.
N.B. If there are fewer than eight games after 7:00 p.m. on a given night, there will be no article as there is not enough games to have variance in FanDuel.
Yearly Record for picks
2014: 42-39 +10.1 units
2015: 26-24 -2.0 units
2016: 27-24-1 -0.6 units
The new system at FanDuel rewards power hitting and getting on base, and really doesn't care any longer about how many outs one makes. This actually makes is a bit easier on the calculations. For a full breakdown, check below.
By Bill Williams
Updated August 16 2016.
Chicago AL +150 at Cleveland
First off, sorry for the delay in articles the past week. Been a little rough for me in real life things. I don’t get paid for these articles, so luckily I’m not obligated to write them. The White Sox have the better pitcher going tonight so despite the team’s struggles, it is hard to pass up this big of a line
Bet 0.4 units on Chicago AL to win 0.6 units
Miami +100 vs San Francisco
The Marlins have hit Matt Moore pretty consistently through the years, while Tom Koehler has been really good the last two months. Small wager on the home team here.
Bet 0.5 units on Miami to win 0.5 units-Correct!
On to the selections for FanDuel.com with our picks to click today below:
What are the Numbers About Again?
Our system and suggestions are based on a numerical system. The players are listed in order of expected number of points I project for this player. This all comes from a weighted system that includes the following information:
-- Batter vs pitcher numbers -- Results from the last seven games for each batter -- Batter season history vs left-handed or right-handed pitcher -- Batter season history home or away
I will do my best to rank each position from top to bottom to show my top choice of the night. It will not always be the top projected amount. Also, any player with stars after his name is someone you need to check the lineups for to make sure they are in because they are platoon players.
Full slate of games tonight. Likely rain only in Texas, of all places. Pretty good amount of options at each position so take any of our suggestions as you see fit.
SP Noah Syndergaard, New York NLC Salvador Perez, Kansas City1B Jose Abreu, Chicago AL2B Dustin Pedroia, Boston3B Jung Ho Kang, PittsburghSS Jhonny Peralta, St. LouisOF Ryan Raburn, ColoradoOF Andrew McCutchen, PittsburghOF Aaron Judge, New York AL
Tonight's Breakdown and Options for Your Team:(pitchers against opponents)
SP Noah Syndergaard, New York NLSP Jose Quintana, Chicago ALSP Michael Pineda, New York ALSP Blake Snell, Tampa BaySP Eduardo Rodrigues, Boston
C Salvador Perez, Kansas CityC Victor Martinez, DetroitC Jarrod Saltalamacchia, Detroit***** C Yadier Molina, St. Louis1B David Ortiz, Boston1B Jose Abreu, Chicago AL1b Joey Votto, Cincinnati1B Adrian Gonzalez, Los Angeles NL2B Dustin Pedroia, Boston2B Jose Altuve, Houston2B Devon Travis, Toronto2B Starlin Castro, New York AL3B Justin Turner, Los Angeles NL*****3B Anthony Rendon, Washington3B Jose Ramirez, Cleveland3B Jung Ho Kang, PittsburghSS Jhonny Peralta, St. LouisSS Brad Miller, Tampa Bay SS JJ Hardy, BaltimoreSS Freddy Galvis, Philadelphia
> OF Ryan Raburn, ColoradoOF Andrew McCutchen, Pittsburgh OF Jayson Werth, WashingtonOF Aaron Judge, New York ALOF Christian Yelich, MiamiOF Melky Cabrera, Chicago ALOF Adam Jones, BaltimoreOF Joc Pederson, Los Angeles NLOF Nori Aoki, SeattleOF Jackie Bradley JR. Boston