This was a slate with Coors. And not just Coors. Coors, and the Rockies hosting the Orioles “pitching.” There were also elite arms to be had. What to do, what to do.
Chris Meyers opted for Daniel Murphy (16), Trevor Story (48), and Nolan Arenado (42). Four homers, a triple, a pair of singles, two walks, four runs scored, and six RBIs is a hell of a tally for a three-man stack. Max Kepler (46) and Stephen Piscotty (39), and Wilson Ramos (30) didn’t hurt, either. Only Jurickson Profar (0) and Jorge Polanco (7) underwhelmed. Shouts to Meyers for using Mike Foltynewicz, who was a mere 5% owned and made it all work for a monster score of 263 points.
Ordinarily I’d say it’s a bummer to those who finished over 200 and didn’t place (or win), but this slate was bonkers and the 73% owned Arenado and Story (both at 73%) were free squares–if ever there is such in MLB DFS. Those two combined for 90 points on their own, so we should’ve had plenty of 200-point squads. Shouts to me for not hitting that mark–so I’m not making fun of anyone who didn’t. That Yankees PPD threw me for a bit of a loop. Oh well, there’s always next week!
Here’s the updated leaderboard. FYI, I’m listing every week’s scores, but the total reflects the dropping of everyone’s lowest score. It’s quite a logjam after Big Italy…who can catch him?!?
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