Mark Paquette is a DFS meteorologist who focuses on MLB and the NFL. He graduated from UMass-Lowell with a degree in meteorology in 1996. He worked at AccuWeather as a meteorologist for almost a decade
May 29 at 5:45 pm ET
BAL is much improved. There is some rain around the park as of 5:45 but it is in the process of leaving. All of the other thunderstorm activity should remain to their north. I would put an in-game delay at 10-20%.
PHI is a different story. A mass of thunderstorms will not miss them. They could start delayed or have an in-game delay. If the game starts on-time, arms are not safe. Bats are not completely safe either as there is a 15-20% PPD risk.
All other games are safe for bats. COL has a very small chance of a delay.
BAL and PHI will be played in muggy and warm conditions. This will help the ball carry. Also, this will be one of Atlanta’s warmest home games so far on the season, so look for the ball too carry well there too.
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).