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Welcome back to another exciting season of CFB! We start off the Week four action here at Win Daily with a three game slate on Thursday night.

The purpose of this article is to break down the CFB main slates both on the DFS and betting sites. The article includes my favorite plays at every position as well as honorable mentions. You can also find my favorite bets under my Drago's Best Bets section.


Core PivotsValue (5.9K and under on DK)Austin Reed (WKU) $8,800/$12,000Braylon Braxton (TLSA) $8,000/$8,600EJ Warner (TEMP) $5,800/$7,500Nicholas Vattiato (MTSU) $8,400/$10,500Logan Smothers (JASCT) $7,100/$6,800DK/FD Pricing


CorePivotsValue (4.9K and under on DK)Malik Jackson (JACST) $5,900/$8,700Davion Ervin-Poindexter (WKU) $5,800/$7,200Jekail Middlebrook (MTSU) $3,900/$6,800Joquez Smith (TEMP) $5,100/$5,000Jordan Ford (TLSA) $6,000/$5,800DK/FD Pricing


CorePivotValue (4.9K and under on DK)Malachi Corley (WKU) $6,700/$10,000Dante Wright (TEMP) $5,500/$8,7...

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Welcome back to another exciting season of CFB! We continue the Week three action on Saturday night with a big 8-game slate. We are starting to enter conference matchups, which always make for great environments. One of the big conference matchups this week has Tennessee visiting Florida. Both teams will be looking to have a hot start to their SEC campaign.

The purpose of this article is to break down the college football main slates both on the DFS and betting sites. The article includes my favorite plays at every position as well as honorable mentions. You can also find my favorite bets under my Dragos Best Bets section.


Core PivotsValueGarrett Shrader (SYR) $7,900Jaxson Dart (Ole Miss) $9,500Jeff Sims (NEB) $6,200Donovan Smith (UH) $8,000Phil Jurkovec (PITT) $6,900Devin Leary (UK) $8,700Chandler Morris (TCU) $7,200Azzedine Ounahi (MAR) $4,900Haynes King (GT) $6,600Joe Milton (TENN) $7,400Bernard (PAO) $3,100


CorePivotsValueQuinshon Judkins (Ole Miss) $8,500Ja...

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What a fabulous week it was once again for our picks at The European Masters. Alexander Bjork went extremely close to victory, an imperious Ludvig Aberg denying him the win with a stunning final 5 holes. Aberg continues to impress and is surely the most exciting prospect in European golf since Hovland and Rahm burst onto the scene. Masahiro Kawamura was put in these pages at a huge 200/1 and duly finished 8th. For those with 8 place payouts this was reduced slightly from 40/1 due a tie for 8th, but we cash full tickets on a Top 20 and Top 40. Finally, Renato Paratore at 150/1 and Ryo Hisatsune at 80/1 both finished in 13th. That was one shot off two more big place payouts and both were good for Top 20/40 options. Barring the winner, that is just about as good as it gets. With the European Ryder Cup team now set following Luke Donald's captain's picks, the attention turns to the magnificent K Club in County Kildare for our Irish Open Picks.

The K Club Course Analysis

The Iri...

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Welcome back to another exciting season of CFB! Week one action continues as we get a special edition of Monday Night Football College Edition. The Clemson Tigers are traveling to Duke to face the Blue Devils at Wallace Wade Stadium. The Tigers are coming into the game as 13-point favorites against a Duke team that I think will give them some problems.

Clemson Captain Plays

Cade Klubnik $17,700DK/$16,500FD

Klubnik is coming into the 2023 season as the starter for Clemson after spending 2022 as the backup to current Oregon State Beaver DJ Uiagalelei. Also new to Clemson is their OC, Garrett Riley. Riley was brought in to implement the air raid offense that he had success with at TCU last season.

As a backup, he didn’t get too much time on the field besides two games against UNC and Tennessee, where he completed 78% of his 2022 pass attempts. In those two games, he combined for 599 passing yards but failed to throw a touchdown pass. But he did manage to find the end zone twice while running the ball, as he finished with 81 rushing yards and two scores.

His opponents on Monday night will be a good opening test for him. The Duke pass defense last season was ranked 105th against the pass, allowing 257.3 passing yards per game. Surprisingly, they’re ranked higher than both UNC and Tennessee. But like I mentioned, the Duke pass defense is going to test Klubnik, and we will get to see how he will be able to handle the pressure of being the guy at Clemson.

Antonio Williams $12,600DK/$13,000FD

Williams is entering his sophomore season at Clemson, and the word around camp is that he matured both on and off the field during the offseason. He led the Tigers with 56 receptions and 604 receiving yards last season. He looked like a solid player last year, but Clemson had doubts about his maturity and leadership. Dabo Swinney said during training camp that he saw a change in Williams attitude, and it was confirmed by Williams saying that he needed to do better to help a WR room that underachieved last season.

All the talk makes me very interested in Williams in this showdown. If he has improved both on and off the field, it will likely be seen against this Duke squad.

Jake Briningstool $3,000DK/$8,000FD

This is a risky play, but the salary he opens on DraftKings is hard to ignore. Briningstool was behind Davis Allen last season at the TE spot. This year, with the departure of Allen, he is the starting TE for Clemson. Although he was a backup in 2022, he still managed to finish the year with 25 receptions, 285 yards, and four touchdowns. He will have an uptick in production as a starter, and he is a big security blanket for Cade Klubnik

Duke Captain Plays

Riley Leonard $15,600DK/$14,000

One of the best QBs in CFB and my dark horse for the Heisman. Last season, Leonard threw for 2967 yards and 20 touchdowns. They weren’t the greatest passing numbers, but Leonard is also a good runner. He ended 2022 with 699 rushing yards and 13 touchdowns. Leonard gets a favorable matchup against a Tigers team that gave up 334.4 yards per game last season. For Duke to have a chance against Clemson, Leonard is going to have to be successful with the second play. When the initial plays breakdown, he will need to be able to move out of the pocket and find a receiver or use his legs to get into favorable downs and distances.

Jalon Calhoun $11,100DK/$10,000FD

Calhoun is returning for the 2023 season and is entering the year as the top returning pass catcher for the Blue Devils. Last season with Leonard, Calhoun had 873 yards and four scores. Calhoun is a solid choice for the captain as he will be Leonard’s main target in the passing game, and if the game becomes a shootout, he is the Blue Devil with the best chance to have a showdown-breaking night.

Favorite Util. Plays

All the plays mentioned above can be used at Util. as well

Will Shipley $9,800DK/$15,500FD

He is also a solid play at captain. Shipley ran for 1182 yards and 15 touchdowns last season. On DraftKings, he never had a score in the single digits, as his lowest score was 11.1. Duke’s T26-ranked rush defense last season gave me some pause, so I didn’t add him to my CPT plays. But he is one of the better RBs, so a good performance is likely.

Beaux Collins $7,800DK/$12,000FD

Collins missed a lot of time last season, only appearing in eight games for the Tigers. He finished the year with 373 yards and five touchdowns. He is a good play and a pivot off of Williams if you need some salary relief. One of the biggest questions for him coming into Week 1 is his chemistry with Klubnik. Of the three starting WRs on the depth chart, he is the only one who didn’t appear in the UNC and Tennessee games.

Jordan Moore $3,400DK/$11,500FD

Moore finished 2022 only two receptions behind Calhoun. He ended the year tied with Sahmir Hagans for the Duke lead in receiving touchdowns with five. Moore is a great pivot off of Calhoun since he should see similar targets and has a better nose for the endzone.

Nicky Dalmolin $1,600DK/$7,000FD

Similarly to Clemson’s TE, Dalmolin is a bit of a risky play. He finished 2022 with 21 receptions for 170 yards, but he did manage to score four touchdowns. When Duke gets inside the ten, I can see it becoming Dalmolin time, as he scored two of his four touchdowns from the 2-yard line. The other two were from 20-plus yard plays.

Other Util. Plays to consider:

  • Sahmir Hagans $2,400DK/$8,500FD: Tied for most receiving touchdowns last season
  • Adam Randall $6,660DK/$10,500FD: Listed as the third WR for Clemson
  • Cole Turner $5,600DK/$8,000FD: Could see time as the WR4 at Clemson

Drago’s Best Bets:

  • Duke +13
  • Both teams to score 20+ points

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Claret jug sits at Hoylake Royal Liverpool Golf Club, host for our 151st The Open Championship Picks

Golf snobs will be delighted for the return to Royal Liverpool Golf Club, colloquially known as Hoylake, for the 151st Open Championship. Although last week’s Genesis Scottish Open offers up similar-ish conditions, The Renaissance Club can really only be described at links golf lite. For many, performance on links track remains the true test of golf. It has perennially been an examination of all aspects of a golfers game. Further, one that has managed to largely avoid the increasing advantage of the long drivers that now dominate the leaderboards across the globe. This course is iconic and provides a rugged yet beautiful test for our Open Championship picks.

We were oh so close to yet another winner at the Scottish Open. Rory McIlroy won in near impossible circumstances and continues to impress, as he arrives at a course he won at in 2014. We had just two selections last week with a unit stake over 1. They were Scottie Scheffler, who finished 3rd in typical fashion, and Tyrrell Hatton. Hatton particularly had a 2 shot lead into the last 9 holes, before throwing that away over 6 holes to wind up 6th. That was also in rather typical fashion for what has been a frustrating year for the Brit. We also had young Scot Ewen Ferguson continuing to impress. He was put up at a massive 250/1 and finished up in 12th, just two shots outside the place money but sufficient to cash both Top 20 and Top 40 bets he had recommended.

Royal Liverpool Golf Club Hoylake – Course Analysis

Royal Liverpool Golf Club presents as a stern test for the Open picks. The first, and perhaps more notable feature, are the 6 internal out of bounds areas for the golfers to avoid. For the uninitiated, finding OB off the tee is not just a penalty shot but also loss of distance. It is one of the harshest penalties a golfer can face in regular circumstances. The scary thing with Hoylake is that these areas are often mere yards from the fairway. It does not take much here for things to go very, very wrong. Not something we want for our Open Championship picks!

Further adding to this are strategically placed fairway bunkers. Often occurring right in the key landing distances, these bunkers are deep with extreme faces. They should be viewed as you would a water hazard. The same bunkers are littered around the greens, with many areas shaved and slope to feed your golf ball right to the bottom of the pit.

And yet, we are not done with the hazards here. Thick gorse bushes are found around the course and, again, just mere yards off the relatively narrow fairways. Gorse presents extremely thick bushes with sturdy branches. If finding your ball in them is near impossible, hitting a shot from them certainly is.

Ideal Player Profile for The Open Championship picks

What this means is you can’t simply rip driver here whenever you like. You will need to be extremely strategic and display exquisite course management to be successful. If you can be both long and consistently straight off the tee, then that is obviously best. It is hard to see a winner outside the really great drivers of the golf ball.

Otherwise, driving accuracy would be the preference for our Open Championship picks. Preference is given to long drivers comfortable using iron off the tee when strategically appropriate. Many holes require the player to draw the golf ball so this should also be noted. As always, approach will be a factor. Lesser weighting is given to around the green and putting than those two factors.

Short game is obviously imperative in links golf, so these aren’t discounted entirely. This is given many around the green shots are subject to a little luck where the ball lands in the bunker, lessening some of the around the green skill. With putting, the slower than normal greens provide a moderately easier test.

Course Comps for Royal Liverpool

Hoylake provides a very different test off the tee than last year’s host at the Old Course at St Andrews. That course features huge 100 yard wide fairways and nothing to penal in terms of hazards when driving. A much better comparison can be found at the 2019 Open Championship host Portrush. Visually they are much a like, but they also both have a draw preference to their layout.

A somewhat obscure comparison can be made between the Qatar Masters host, Doha Golf Club. That tournament has thrown out a number of Open Championship winners or likely contenders. That includes Sergio Garcia, Adam Scott, Ernie Els, Henrik Stenson, and Paul Lawrie. The course is a Kyle Phillips design, the same designer of Kingsbarns. That course features in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship rotation, another solid form guide to The Open Championship picks.

For the PGA Tour players, the difficulty comes that they really don’t have any links courses in the USA. Some parallels can be extracted through correlation. First, TPC Sawgrass and Augusta National have provided similar names to the prior Open Championship leaderboards hosted here in 2006 and 2014. They ask similar questions in different ways. The Players requires driving accuracy off the tee with heavy penalty if too wayward. Augusta National requires a strong driver, with excellent approach and around the green play.

Finally, The Honda Classic host PGA National is a great look. Padraig Harrington is a two time champion both at The Open Championship and there. McIlroy, Els, Scott, and Rickie Fowler also dot both the leaderboards there and are either Open Championship winners or runner ups. Any PGA Tour players who have played somewhat well in Scottish Open is a nice bonus for The Open Championship picks.


Foremost when considering the weather, you should note the unique format at The Open Championship. It is tradition that all players start on the 1st tee. As such, tee times cover a huge range from the early first sunlight hours of 6:35am through to those finishing in twilight at 4:16pm.

This presents a unique question for weather. Typically, coastal areas experience increased wind levels from midday through to late afternoon. This though does tend to fade as it enters evening. The main cause for this is the colder air over the seas moves towards the warmer air over land as it heats up, rises, and creates a low pressure area for the winds to advance.

This rings true across both Thursday and Friday. Of the first two days, Friday looks to be the windier of the two. Rain also looks to be a factor and consistent across the tournament.

Preference is given to those with a very early tee time Friday, which should present the best conditions of that day. Simply though, the key is to not find a golfer stuck in the middle ground for our Open Championship picks. I want golfers who get to take advantage of at least one decent true morning start. Those very late in the day may experience a small benefit too. The risk is ending up stuck with a late morning tee time, when winds are already picking up, and then ending up in the afternoon the next day. This should be avoided wherever possible.

151st The Open Championship Picks

Headline Picks

Patrick Cantlay – Your 151st Open Championship Picks Favourite
2.5pts E/W +2200 (Bet365 with 8 places, 1/5 odds) with 25% Bet Boost

Shane Lowry
2.5pts E/W +3300 (Bet365 with 8 places, 1/5 odds)

Max Homa
2.5pts E/W +5000 (Bet365 with 8 places, 1/5 odds)

Adam Scott
1pt E/W +6600 (Bet365 with 8 places, 1/5 odds)
2pts Top 20 +280 (Bet365)

Corey Conners – Your 151st Open Championship Picks Best Value
1pt E/W +8000 (Bet365 with 8 places, 1/5 odds)
2pts Top 20 +280 (Bet365)

Ryan Fox
1pt E/W +9000 (Bet365 with 8 places, 1/5 odds)
2pts Top 20 +335 (Unibet)

Long-Shot Bombs

Note that, as per the Scottish Open, I like to include some long-shot bombs. This comes due to the potential volatility inherent in links golf, presenting opportunities further down the board at inflated prices. This is combined along with the specialist nature that players can develop specific to links courses. You’ll see that the win stake on these is heavily reduced, with the main focus on obtaining exposure in Top 20 and Top 40 markets.

Matthew Jordan
0.25pt E/W +20000 (Bet365 with 8 places, 1/5 odds)
2.5pt Top 40 +175

Kurt Kitayama
0.25pt E/W +20000 (Bet365 with 8 places, 1/5 odds)
1pt Top 20 +700 (TAB)
2.5pt Top 40 +240 (TAB)

Alex Noren – Your 151st Open Championship Best Long-Shot Bomb
0.25pt E/W +25000 (Bet365 with 8 places, 1/5 odds)
1pt Top 20 +700 (TAB)
3.5pt Top 40 +230 (TAB)

Ewen Ferguson
0.25pt E/W +30000 (Bet365 with 8 places, 1/5 odds)
1pt Top 20 +650 (Unibet)
2.5pt Top 40 +210 (Bet365)

Victor Perez
0.25pt E/W +35000 (Unibet with 7 places, 1/5 odds)
1pt Top 20 +750 (Unibet)
2.5pt Top 40 +210 (TAB)

Matt Wallace
0.25pt E/W +40000 (Bet365 with 8 places, 1/5 odds)
1pt Top 20 +900 (Unibet)
2.5pt Top 40 +320 (TAB)

Matthew Southgate
0.25pt E/W +50000 (Bet365 with 8 places, 1/5 odds)
1pt Top 20 +1000 (William Hill)
2.5pt Top 40 +300 (Bet365)

Player Profiles for The Open Championship Picks

Patrick Cantlay – Your 151st Open Championship Picks Favourite

Cases can be made for all of Scheffler, McIlroy, Rahm, Cam Smith, and Koepka. The fact is that, if anything, they are likely priced very correctly in the market and often below fair odds. This is a volatile tournament and fading the favourites is something we almost just have to do. There is little in the way of value there.

Although somewhat disappointed to miss the opening 30/1 which we liked, I’m still happy to side with Cantlay at the top of the board. The 22/1 on offer can be inflated by 25% with Bet365, which I recommend doing if you have access to that bookmaker.

Look, I know what you’re thinking. Cantlay sucks in majors. I get it. The question comes, do we simply think Cantlay will never win a major? I’m not convinced that will be the case when his career is all said and done. What should also be noted is he is now on a run of 5 consecutive finishes of 14th or better in majors. A good start is imperative to his chances of success, something he can hopefully obtain with a morning tee time Thursday.

Cantlay is one of the strongest drivers in the game. Over the past 6 months, he is the 12th in this field for driving accuracy despite being long off the tee. That jumps to 7th if looking at the last 3 months. Further, he is leader for par 5 scoring on the PGA Tour, a stat he also led in 2022. He has already shown an aptitude for links golf with finishes of 8th and 12th in the Open previously. I expect him to be in the mix come Sunday. Here’s hoping he can then shut the door and silence the critics.

Shane Lowry

Lowry is once again quietly putting together an impressive season. He is one of a small smattering of golfers who have finished in the Top 20 in every major for 2023. That includes 16th and 3rd at The Masters, which should be somewhat correlated to here.

Beyond the obvious correlations from being The Open winner at Portrush, one of the better past courses for guidance here, he has a great record at other comp courses. This includes finishes of 2nd and 5th at the Honda Classic for the past two years and 3 finishes of 16th or better at The Players.

Last week’s Scottish Open was eye catching given a large spike in his short game performance. Typically the weakest element of his game, he wound up 12th despite not possessing his best approach week. A return to normality with his ball striking numbers will see him go close here if he putts even half as well as he did in Scotland.

Max Homa

Look, I know what you’re thinking. Homa sucks in majors. I get it. Much like Cantlay though, I suspect we will see Homa as a major champion at some point in his career and The Open Championship seems to fit well.

Homa has impressed recently at The Players, with finishes of 6th an 13th at his last two appearances. That course rewards both long and straight drivers of the ball, which Homa possesses in spades. Homa’s victories have often come in tough conditions, particularly when it is raining. His wins at the Fortinet Championship and Wells Fargo Championship come to mind. Both were wet tournaments, but also on courses favouring accuracy off the tee. All of his 8 victories bar one have come at scores from -8 to -16. With likely winning score here likely to be in the -12 to -15 range, that fits right in his pocket.

As the 8th best golfer in the world, we are getting an inflated price at 50/1 here. An avid fan of golf history, he is well aware of the special place The Open holds in the world of golf. He would make for a worthy champion.

Adam Scott

We were on Adam Scott last week, who missed the cut right on the number. That may not end up a bad thing, given the volatile winds over the weekend and very early starts that ensued. If not in contention, he was likely best to pack up and head down to Hoylake a little in advance.

He arrives at a course where he finished 8th and 5th in the prior to renditions hosted at Royal Liverpool. Further building to his links (pun unintended) are his two wins at the Qatar Masters and a win at the Honda Classic. Alongside those impeccable credentials are a multitude of top 20s at The Players and a green jacket. Scott could well be the veteran who pops up here for a major win towards the end of a stellar career.

Corey Conners – Your 151st Open Championship Picks Best Value

Conners quietly went about building a decent links warm-up last week with a 19th placed finished at the Scottish Open. We also saw a large increase in driving accuracy but, most notably for Conners, a good week putting.

Conners is long and straight off the tee, rankings 11th in SG:OTT over the last 3, 6, and 12 months and 8th if looking over 2 years. 15th and 28th at the past two Opens suggest he isn’t completely foreign to links golf. He also boasts a great record at Augusta National with a run of 6th, 8th, and 10th at The Masters between 2020-2022. 12th at the PGA Championship is also not the worst guide, with a course that played very well but featured incredibly penal rough if straying a couple yards off the fairway. Should he find a half decent putter, he is a shout to surprise a few here.

Ryan Fox

Patriotism aside, Ryan Fox could well be a sneaky look to sneak another claret jug for New Zealand here. Fox has had a sterling few years as his game continues to grow. He continued that with a 12th place finish last week at the Scottish Open, where he has a previous 4th in 2017.

Not adverse to windy conditions, Foxy has already displayed some of his best on links courses. We saw that in his most notable victory, winning the 2022 Alfred Dunhill Links in sometimes torrid conditions. He also surprised for a 16th at the 2019 Open at Portrush. That came well before the levels we see him playing at now and broke a run of 7 consecutive missed cuts. He also follows those performances at other courses where he is equally happy using a 2 iron off the tree. The Soudal Open comes to mind, where he finished 2nd on a very narrow test hindered when his 2 iron shaft actually cracked on the final day.

He also owns the course record at his home course, Te Arai Links, which he broke in February this year. He shot a 60 there: https://www.europeantour.com/dpworld-tour/news/articles/detail/ryan-fox-breaks-course-record-at-te-arai-links-on-trip-back-home/

If you want to look at similarities, simply go and look at some of the photos of that beautiful piece of land.

I asked in my recent interview with Ryan Fox about what it is about links golf suits his game so well. He pointed to the fact he prefers tests where he feels he doesn’t have to make birdie every hole. That more strategic, methodical approach gives me faith he will put the driver away when needed. When he gets to the par 5s and par 4s, he can let the big dog eat and attack some of those longer holes. Go well Foxy.



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Welcome to Wednesday's edition of Aces and Bases, where I’ll go through the top MLB DFS Aces and Stacks on DraftKings and Fanduel. 

Today we are back to having a split slate on a Wednesday.  This article will be focused on the 8-game MLB DFS slate that starts at 7 pm EST.  This slate has a real lack of high-end pitching, but it does have a bunch of mid-level pitching that has some extra upside.  We also have some bats that should be in solid spots tonight.  

Let’s dig in and make some money!

MLB DFS Aces – Main

Eduardo Rodriguez vs. Kansas City Royals

Although the Royals caused Tarik Skubal to have a negative outing yesterday, I’m still going to go right back to the well and attack them today.  Skubal was cruising along until he completely imploded in the fourth inning.  With Rodriguez being more of a seasoned vet, I don’t see the same thing happening two games in a row.  Rodriguez has now been back for 2 starts. 

In his ...

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Welcome to Monday's edition of Aces and Bases, where I’ll be going through the top MLB DFS Aces and Stacks on DraftKings and Fanduel. 

It’s Monday Funday and MLB has blessed us with a 10-game slate of MLB DFS.  This slate is lacking a true ace pitcher but it does have some higher-end pitching that should do well for us.  It also has some gas cans that we should be able to take full advantage of tonight.  At first glance, this is looking to be a fun slate that we can go in multiple directions.

Let’s dig in and make some money!

MLB DFS Aces – Main

Nick Pivetta vs. Oakland Athletics

Some sites are showing Nick Pivetta as the listed starter for the Boston Red Sox tonight.  Should he start tonight, I really like this spot for him.  The A’s are an inconsistent offense that has shown to have some spunk.  They are also a lineup that has shown a high propensity to strike out as they have a 32% K rate since coming back from the All-Star Break.&n...

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UFC Vegas 77


We had a lot of lines in the money after last week's amazing card; let's get a similar result with tonight's action! Today's card will kick off at 7:00 PM ET. Be sure to tune in to ESPN to catch all of today's fights. Read more below to find out my takes on tonight's matchups! Tonight there will be 13 fights ending with what appears to be a title eliminator for the Women's Bantamweight title, which was recently vacated by the now-retired legend Amanda Nunes. Now, with all that out of the way, let's get right into the action!


Exposure to the main event is recommended. DFS production in these fights is usually high as they are five-round fights. I do not recommend branching away from the Main Event, as these fighters are both usually active and can rack up a lot of points. There will be three top plays followed by honorable mentions. Now let’s get ready to make some money!

Tonight I’m here to give you my top ...

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Welcome to Friday's edition of Aces and Bases, where I’ll be going through the top MLB DFS Aces and Stacks on DraftKings and Fanduel. 

We are back!  After a nice break thanks to the All-Star Game, we are blessed with a massive 14-game slate of MLB DFS tonight.  Teams are mostly rested and rotations are mostly reset.  This should be a fun slate as we have a little bit of everything.  We have good pitching, we have bad pitching, we have OK pitching. 

Let’s dig and make some money!

MLB DFS Aces – Main

Kenta Maeda vs. Oakland Athletics

Kenta Maeda is my SP1 tonight and I don’t think it’s very close.  He has been, for the most part, lights out this season for the Twins.  Over the last month, he’s dialed it up to a nearly 33% K rate and just a 1.59 ERA.  His WHIP, an extremely important number, is under 1.  That’s just phenomenal.  He gets the pleasure of facing off against a terrible Oakland Athletics team. 


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UFC 290


We are back in action with UFC 290, today, coming direct from Las Vegas for International Fight Week! Many top fighters and celebrities will be in town to catch all the action, and boy, do we have a super exciting fight card lined up. Today's card will kick off at 6:00 PM ET. Be sure to tune in to catch all of today's fights. Read more below to find out my takes on tonight's matchups! Tonight there will be 13 fights ending with two long-awaited title fights in the Flyweight and Featherweight divisions. Now, with all that out of the way, let's get right into the action!


Exposure to the main event is recommended. DFS production in these fights is usually high as they are five-round fights. I do not recommend branching away from the Main Event, as these fighters are both usually active and can rack up a lot of points. There will be three top plays followed by honorable mentions. Now let’s get ready to make some money!...

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