Bear or Bull: Oh Danny Boy!

I go to a particular diner at least a handful of times a month, as they make the most unbelievable corn beef hash. If I want to try anything else on the menu, it’s only if I have room for more. The only way I wouldn’t order the corn beef hash is if it’s not available for whatever reason. That stubborness is applicable to my fantasy baseball mentality as well. There are certain guys that I’m loyal to, and would only replace if an injury or demotion took place. Well, for some reason, I always love the stench of Rougned Odor, and fortunately/unfortunately, he succumbed to injury on April 10th, which forced me pick up Danny Santana (owned in 21.5% of leagues, an increase of 18.7%). Since the Rangers called him up from Triple-A, all he’s done is slash .339/.355/.542 with 2 home runs and 5 stolen bases. Oh Danny Boy! Is it sustainable?

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Bullpen Report, Week 6: Strains That Tear

A strain is a tear and a tear is a strain. The arms that are hurting have torn stuff somewhere in there. Don’t let doctors dress thing up with fancy words. Discomfort, swelling, strain all mean something is not in its original state. If one of your pitcher’s arms is hurting you have trouble. Buy some insurance with a well-placed bullpen add.

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Baseball Podcast: The Bassitt Hound Hunts

B_Don and Donkey Teeth are back at it, discussing various forms of sausage along with a little fantasy baseball. Journeyman Chris Bassitt is the object of Donkey’s affection this week while B_Don sifts through hours of Caleb Smith film and Coach Ditka highlights. Find out whether you should be buying or selling both of these arms in your respective league.

In the rapid fire pickups segment, the guys chat up youngsters Carter Kieboom and Nate Lowe. Other potential pickups discussed include Griffin Canning, Jesus Aguilar, Jose Peraza, Luis Rengifo, Harrison Bader, and Jorge Mateo. It’s time to get your sausage into mid-season form, tune in now!

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Fanduel: The Lowe Down

With the promotion of first baseman Nate Lowe ($2,300) the Rays have made life difficult for fantasy players who are looking for Brandon Lowe ($3,700) and pick the wrong one. Fortunately, they both make good plays today. Jorge Lopez does not present a great challenge. Brandon has been doing quite well in April, rocking a solid average with lovely counting stats. As for Nate, he could be a monster as he has the tools to provide power and a high average. Either way, going “Lowe” could take you high.

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