A look at some of the winners on the MLB DFS slate last night and how members and staff of Win Daily took advantage of them. Here is our 8/9 MLB DFS Winners report.
8/9 MLB DFS Winners: Marlins
Maybe I will take advantage of this the next time we see a lefty starting in Miami! When that happens, use Marlins bats! Here is our own MLB Moving Averages and what he said about them on Twitter and in our Premium Gold slack chat room:
DFS Outlook: Can’t say we will or can recommend Marlins much the rest of the season. But against a lefty at home go for it! You can get winning picks from MLB Moving Avg. regularly as part of the betting section. It’s all included with your Premium Gold upgrade.
8/9 MLB DFS Winners: Chris Sale
Sale delivered a performance that the Red Sox sorely needed. Even though the Angels are not a team that generally strikes out a lot, Fenway Park and Sale proved to be the exception. He reached 200 strikeouts for the seventh consecutive season when he struck out the side in top of the seventh.
DFS Outlook: The Red Sox wild-card playoff hopes rest squarely on Sale’s left arm. He should be able to prove himself more as the Red Sox have a favorable schedule the rest of the season.
8/9 MLB DFS Winners: Yankees
In our hitting and stacks article found here, the Yankees were highlighted as our favorite stack of the night. Well they came through again, as so often has been the case in 2019.
DFS Outlook: For the rest of the season, the Yankees will be a DFS stack option as the deep and powerful lineup takes aim at history as one of the best hitting baseball teams of all-time.
8/9 MLB DFS Winners: Aristides Aquino
In the same article mentioned above, Aquino was written up:
DFS Outlook: Aquino has shown a potent bat in the short time he has been in the Majors. He and Josh VanMeter will be seeing plenty of at-bats the rest of the season to prove they belong on the team in 2020.
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DFS meteorologist concentrating on MLB and the NFL, I graduated from UMass-Lowell with a degree in meteorology in 1996. I worked at AccuWeather as a meteorologist for almost a decade. I combined my two loves, weather and sports, and like to think I help 1000s of DFS'ers out each day. Huge Boston sports fan, lover of nature and animals and a proud father of 4 boys (2 biological).