Here we are at the DFS challenge with our pals at RealTime Sports, where you can match up against me and my Mastersball mates and prove to your friends that you are surely a better player than I!
Tune in here daily, as Lawr, Patrick, and I pick up the Mastersball gauntlet where you can play our daily 50/50 game for a $5 entry fee.
So, who do I like?
Jameson Taillon ($6,500): Taillon did not get a win during his first outing of the season, but he performed admirably, pitching seven strong innings and whiffing six. He is going against Rookie Davis, who lasted only three innings last time and playing on home turf. What’s not to like?
Charlie Blackmon ($6,700): Given the way Jered Weaver pitched last week, I am going to put all my eggs in the Colorado Rockies basket and select four of their players for my DFS team. Note that four players from one MLB team is the maximum that we are allowed to have on our RT Sports DFS team.
Gerardo Parra ($4,300): Not only has he been hot recently, but he is also reasonably priced. Cheap and good, that is a perfect combination for your DFS team.
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