GPP Killers: Red Flag Statistics to Avoid is a course that looks at specific stats for both hitters and pitchers that are generally negative in GPPs. Not every stat in MLB DFS is created equal, and while some help predict the safety you’re looking for in cash games, they can also hurt the ceiling you need in large-field tournaments.
In this course, you’ll learn:
• Why both park size and layout matter for hitters
• What stats to avoid when selecting your GPP pitchers
• What stats to avoid when selecting your GPP hitters
• Why umpires are an underrated way to gauge matchups in tournaments
An introduction to the course and why predicting poor performances is just as important as predicting good ones
We all know Coors is a great field to target, but knowing each park’s size is quite important as well
Not only is a park’s size important, but the layout as well — righties and lefties hit to different spots
There are specific things to avoid when selecting pitchers in your tournament teams
Umpires are an underrated element in DFS and we can figure out which ones can help and hurt us in GPPs
Avoiding these red flag stats can help you avoid a dreaded GPP landmine
One of the top baseball and hockey analysts in the DFS industry, John Britt aka jmbwngfn is a full-time accountant and family man hailing from St. Louis, Missouri. The proud graduate of the University of Missouri, John’s passion is hockey but he excels at multiple DFS sports. He has made his way to a live final and led the now defunct Daily Joust in NHL wins. He’s also been nominated multiple times for awards for his written work including 2014 Best Fantasy Baseball Ongoing Series, 2015 Hockey Writer of the Year, 2016 Hockey Writer of the Year & 2018 Hockey Writer of the Year by the Fantasy Sports Writer’s Association (FSWA). John can be found on Twitter at the username JMBWngFn.