In this advanced lineup building course, you’ll learn how to select pitchers and hitters, create multiple lineups, and balance player exposure in daily fantasy baseball.
This lesson breaks down three separate metrics you can use in your roster construction. It also includes a discussion of when using these metrics is necessary and when it can lead you astray.
When you’re filling out a tournament roster, you need to find a way to give yourself a leg up. Stacking, finding the right high-upside pitchers, and knowing which hitters to roster are three ways to do so.
As you begin your foray into daily fantasy, you’ll need building blocks from which to start. This lesson lays out four principles to follow as you get going in order to give yourself an edge over your peers as they also start out within the game.
Subjectivity isn’t always a bad thing. Knowing how and when to deviate from what projections may say can help bring you short-term results for four separate reasons.
If you’re filling out multiple rosters, you need to know how much exposure you have to each player. This lesson lays out simple methods to use to track your exposure so that you are maximizing your upside and not handicapping yourself with one player.
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