Fanpicks DFS Top Performers 8-06-15
It was a full Fantasy Baseball lineup, all 30 team were in action on Wednesday. We take a look at those players that made the difference for their team and your One Day Cash Draft team This is your Daily Fantasy Sports MLB top performer roundup :
There is greatness, and then there’s 1B Chris Davis. In the 10th inning against the Athletics, ‘’Crush’’ bellted the 6th Grand Slam of his career, breaking the tie game. It was his 2nd Grand Slam in the past 12 days. He has been on fire for Cash Draft contest the past few weeks, hitting 9 homers with 26 RBI’S while batting .309 in 15 games. Get him while he’s still hot. Baltimore (55-52) won 7-3 over Oakland (48-61)
The D-Backs are pushing the Nationals away from a playoff spot. The former leaders of the National League division are now 2 games behind the Mets for top position. C Wellington Castillo had a 3-run HR, his 13th of the season, to put it away for Arizona. 1B Paul Goldschmidt went 3-for-5 and 1 walk at the plate. He also stole base twice in this game, raising his total to 19 this year. ‘’Goldy’’ has 22 HR this season, and if he keep pace till the end of the season, he could become the 39th player in the 30-30 club (30 HR + 30 SB). Arizona (52-54) won 11-4 over Washington (55-51).
P Steven Wright (5-4) silenced the Yankees bats and earned the win in series finale. He went 8 inning, giving up 1 ER, 4 hits and 2 walks while striking out 9. The knuckleballer outdueled 21 years-old rookie phenom, Luis Severino, who made his first career start. Boston (48-60) won 2-1 over New York (60-46), putting an end to their 8 game losing streak on the road.
Mets won their 6th in a row and hold the top spot in their division. P Matt Harvey (10-7) went 7 scoreless innings while allowing 2 hits. Even when New York were up by 8, relief almost blew it, giving up 6 runs in the 9th. But that’s all the drama we would get, as the Mets (58-50) came out with the victory over the Marlins (43-65) by a final score of 8-6.
It was humid last night in Turner Field ; that’s because P Madison Bumgarner (12-6) was turning up the heat. He allowed 1 ER and no walks while giving out 9 K’s in 7 1/3 innings of work. The Giants offense gave him well enough to earn the win. The 6-foot-5 pitcher won 4 of his last 5 start. San Francisco (59-48) are pushing for a playoffs spot and this 6-1 win over the braves (48-60) definitly helps.
The future is bright in Milwakee with rookie P Taylor Jungmann (6-3). In 7 innings pitched, he gave up 2 ER and 6 hits and managing 8 K’s for the win. The 25 years-old has surrendered 2 or less runs in 10 of his first 11 start this season. The Brewers (46-53) won 8-5 over the Padres (52-56).