The Boston Red Sox earned their fourth straight win Sunday thanks to another strong outing by Nick Pivetta, who continues to pay dividends for Chaim Bloom.
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Welcome to the Tuesday edition of FanDuel DFS here on Razzball. It s May the 4th! Congrats to those who ve been cashing in on their DFS lineups so far, and for those of you who ve yet to find that heater, let s stay positive and turn it around TODAY! It s the Jacob deGrom slate and I don t care what his price is, he s the best pitcher in baseball and is always atop the player pool when it s his turn. Hopefully, the force will be with the Mets bats and they ll put up some runs to get JdG a W. There s all kinds of spots to go tonight on this 11 game slate, but the key is going to be hitting on those salary-saving bats, OR, finding that lower-priced arm that goes off if you re into that type of thing. I m not an advocate of fading deGrom, but there are some juicy high-priced bats that would be fun builds if you can find the right guy to get you those 40-50 points out of the P slot. The top 3 SP on my board tonight are all in solid spots. We have deGrom ($12,500) @ Cardinals, Aaron Nola ($9,200) vs Brewers, and Nick Pivetta ($8,300) vs Tigers. I ll say it now, if I m not going with deGrom, there are only 3 other spots I feel okay/good about. And honestly, I m only going there if the weather is still super shaky leading up to game time. There s a sneaky pivot that I like, but it ll take balls to do so. Let s get down to business. New to FanDuel? Scared of feeling like a small fish in a big pond? Well, be sure to read our content and subscribe to the DFSBot for your daily baseball plays. Just remember to sign up through us before jumping into the fray. It s how we know you care!
Condensed Game: The Red Sox hit four home runs vs. the Tigers, highlighted by Xander Bogaerts' sixth of the season, to back Nick Pivetta
Luis Rojas' candid criticism told you just how exasperating it was to watch his Mets hitters look clueless against Nick Pivetta and the Boston bullpen.