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Johnny G’s DraftKings MLB Lineup Advice 5-5-2017

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Now onto tonight’s DraftKings MLB Fantasy tip of the day: May 5, 2017

1. Coors Field is back in play today so depending on your strategy, you’ll likely need value bats.  One of our targets is Melky Cabrera.  He’s starting to get the bat working lately.  He’s 6 for 12 vs. Miley with 2 doubles and a HR.

2. Feel free to pick on Bronson Arroyo with Brandon Belt (6 for 12, 2 HR) and Hunter Pence (14 for 45, 4 doubles, a triple, 2 HR).

3. Watch the status of his bad wrist, but Travis d’Arnaud gets on base at a .524 clip facing Koehler 21 times.  He’s 7 for 17 with 2 doubles and a HR plus 4 walks.  He’s been hitless since taking Scherzer deep twice, but that was against Strasburg, Teheran, and a knuckleball.  He could be a sneaky good play today.

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Chris Racic

Chris Racic lives and plays in NE Ohio. He works full time in the Financial Services industry and owns an absolutely horrendous short game. He fits as much golf in as he can without being served divorce papers. Chris chipped in for an eagle at Seven Hills Country Club in Hartville, OH the day before his daughter was born and is positive it’s some sort of sign.