Good question. Be skeptical. Of everyone, all the time.
First and foremost, above all else, I win. I might be the nicest guy. I might write the best site reviews. I might publish my picks every Friday and Sunday, like clockwork. But if I don’t win, you shouldn’t listen. I win at daily fantasy baseball.
I started playing fantasy baseball in the late ’90′s. I didn’t win much at first. But I was obsessed. I stayed with it, learning as much as I could. I started to win a little. In the mid 2000′s, the first versions of daily fantasy baseball came around. I placed in the first Rotohog competition. Then I won $19,000 in a CDM contest. (Neither of those contests are still around in the same form.) Ultimately, I was #44 on Fantasy Sports Magazine’s top 50 fantasy baseball money winners list. Fantasy Sports magazine was published by Fanball.
I Do the Homework for You
To play daily fantasy baseball for high stakes, you need to be prepared. I study the matchups. All the matchups.
I want to win for myself. I spend a ton of time. Here’s my process. I spend about two hours preparing before making my picks.
- Favorable batter vs. pitcher matchups
- Recent performance of projected starters
- Confirming players are in the lineup
- Daily weather conditions
- Careful review of splits (Read What are Splits?)
I Give Honest Reviews and Opinions
I’m a lawyer. An honest lawyer. (It’s not an oxymoron.) I tell it like it is.
I Win at Daily Fantasy Baseball
Did I mention I win? Is anything else really that important? My picks go out twice a week. Sign-up here.