Dillon Tate has officially become quite the enigma as a pitcher. The righty with the electric arm was drafted as a starter by the Texas Rangers in 2015 and a year later was dealt away to the New York Yankees and put into the bullpen. Where he winds up is anyone’s guess.
Let me clarify exactly what the final Classifications are that I’m listing in these Rundowns, just incase there is any confusion, and we are all crystal clear.
The Classification listed under the Picks is the Classification that we are taking in that matchup. It’s not the Classification result of the game. So, if you are scratching your heads thinking, “Why did he list the Week 4 GMEN @ VIKINGS Monday Nighter as a HOUSE DOG PEOPLES SPECIAL, when the result was a PEOPLES FAVORITE HOUSE CROSS?”, that’s why. It’s the classification we are riding with, but not the official classification result.
The big influx of rookies over the last several seasons has since changed the landscape of Major League Baseball. The aging veterans have become more like dinosaurs on the verge of extinction, while a youth rebellion has taken over the big leagues. Names like Corey Seager, Tyler Naquin, Michael Fulmer and Gary Sanchez were some of this year’s big breakouts.
Who’s on tap for 2017? Let’s take a look at five first baseman who could contribute as early as Opening Day.
Big Ben out. Eddie Lacy out. Doug Martin has a setback. Carlos Hyde out. Ezekiel Eliot on a bye. It’s not going to be pretty this week, folks.
Don’t worry, we got you covered.
Sorry for the super lateness of this. Time gets away from me pretty much all the time. Week 6 is upon us and the values are out there for us. This looks to be the week where you pay up at RB and look for extra values at WR. You can go either way at QB and TE, so it just matters how you construct your lineups. For clarification, these are for MAIN SLATE only unless otherwise noted. Let’s get to it:
This past offseason, David Dean — who, in nine seasons at the helm at Valdosta State, took the Blazers to six NCAA postseasons, one Gulf South conference championship and two national championships — became the co-offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach at FBS program Georgia Southern. It left a big hole in Valdosta State’s program.
That hole was filled by Kerwin Bell.
An UNDER/UNDER Primetime Combo.
Did you even break a sweat with either of those total points picks? Of course not. Look, the fact is that The House has been bringing up the rear in all statistical categories thus far, and we all know, from last semester, that Vegas will eventually go on their run. This was a perfect week to call the Double House Under, and we hit it. Kudos, undergraduates.
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Travis Taijeron is in one of those career stalemates. Now 27 years old and coming off his sixth minor league season, he is no longer one of the Mets top prospects, yet there seemingly is no room in Queens for Taijeron to make his big league debut.
So what’s next?