The MLB Daily Three Pack

Welcome to the Daily Three Pack — three core players on FantasyDraft that you are going to want to target for MLB DFS contests on Friday, July 28, 2017.

It Ain’t Easy Being B-Z

Bradley Zimmer is on fire heading into Thursday afternoon and he will now face a pitcher who is ultra-susceptible to left-handed hitters. Basically, Zimmer is the definition of a must-play.

Core Plays: RBC Canadian Open

First off, congrats to Jordan Speith on an incredible wire to wire win at Royal Birkdale.  That birdie-eagle-birdie-birdie run to seal the deal was something else.  Take a moment to think about what Spieth...

Nomar Mr. Nice Guy

Nomar Mazara is priced like a scrub and yet his team is being implied to score 5.8 runs in a matchup against a pitcher allowing a 49.3-percent fly ball rate against left-handed hitters.

Never Let Lu-Go

Seth Lugo is priced like a scrub and yet the pitch data correlates perfectly for him; he throws one of the nastiest curveballs in the league and the Padres are amongst the worst hitting offenses against the pitch.

Last Man Stanton

In a matchup against Martin Perez, who literally induced the lowest swinging strike rate of any qualified starting pitcher last year, it could be blast off for Giancarlo Stanton and the Marlins offense.

MLB Tournament Thoughts with DraftCheat

Tonight on FantasyDraft, we have a nice $10,000 Home Run with a very favorable $25 price point.  The other thing to keep in mind is that 25% of the field will win tonight and...

Shark Tank

Jeff Samardzija, who is often referred to as “Shark,” will toe the mound against the lowly Padres in the friendly confines of AT&T Park. Consequently, he can be deployed in all formats because he should cruise through this matchup.

Morales of the Story

Kendrys Morales has excelled against Doug Fister in 22 career at-bats, producing a respectable 96.6mph average exit velocity. Since Fister has struggled against lefties once again this year, Morales can be fired up in all formats.