Thursday, April 23, 2015

The Fake Baseball presents: The DFS Daily Dozen

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The DFS Daily Dozen 4.23.15
posted by Marcus Hallat Oriole Park at Camden Yards on April 14, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland.
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We’ve got an early start to the day, so I’m gonna keep this brief. I’ve got a mix of early and late guys in today’s dozen, so let’s get to it. As always, any questions/comments/concerns, hit me on Twitter: @_MHa11
Jake Odorizzi – Odorizzi’s off to an amazing start in 2015. He’s got a cool WHIP of 0.68, a 1.74 ERA and robust K/9 rate of 8.27. If he can navigate Boston’s lineup safely, he should be in line for a W.
Julio Teheran – Teheran took his lumps against the Blue Jays last time out, but he had a solid outing against the Mets earlier this season. Even with the matchup against Bartolo Colon, I like his chances to put up good numbers and a W.
Masahiro Tanaka – Is he facing one of the best lineups against RHP in the league? Yep. Forget that, let’s think about Tanaka’s strikeout upside instead. He’s not a safe play, but his price is.
Stephen Vogt – Vogt’s been good this season. Real good. His price finally caught up to his production, which is unfortunate, but I still like him tonight.

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