Baseball is the ultimate sport to model, for a few reasons (it’s standardized, very binary with the same pitcher vs batter matchup, large sample sizes, etc.). Things that might have been difficult to quantify even a few years ago, such as weather or defense, are now much easier.
Which aspects of daily fantasy baseball do you think are most important that maybe aren’t currently quantified, or very difficult to model? These might be the things you look at as “tiebreakers” or items you use to separate your top-rated/projected players.
For me, I think it’s pitch framing. I’ve seen so much great research that pitch framing is incredibly important, but it’s currently just a small factor I consider on top of everything else since I have yet to find an intelligent way to model it.