Lineup Review: World Fantasy Baseball Championship Q Win




Here we go again! My second lineup review in as many days. Once again, I won using a configuration you probably aren’t going to see very often. Let’s start with my main stack. I LOVED the D-Backs. There was rain concern a few hours before lock that actually made me lessen their ownership all the way from near 30% to around 6%. 30% ownership in a team is considered crazy to some and brave to others. Its not something I normally do or would suggest, but if theres ever a slate where you feel really strongly about a stack; go for it. You only live once, no regrets!




What stood out to me about ARI was the lefty power they had in their lineup vs. a pitcher in Eickhoff who really struggles against that side of the plate. Coming into the game Eickhoff was allowing LHBs a .385 wOBA, .587 SLG, and a .333 ISO. “Oh but small sample size, the season is still young”. Ok lets look at his past 2 seasons: .412 wOBA, .625 SLG, and .325 ISO vs left-handed batters. I was really surprised he wasn’t being mentioned more by the DFS community as someone to stack against.


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