There are many things that you can do with our MLB DFS study hub. It’s loaded with information and has many different functions that you can mess around with. We have these study hubs for MLB DFS, NBA DFS, NFL DFS, NASCAR DFS, NHL DFS, PGA DFS, and MMA DFS. Today, I wanted to break down different ways to use the Study Hub with examples of filters used. These are up to the user for what metrics and at what levels they’d like to use for each category. The world is your oyster!
I’ll be breaking down the main slate on DraftKings, FanDuel, and SuperDraft. It’s a seven-game slate on all slates and it begins at 7:05 PM EST/4:05 PM PST.
These are the last 14-days of team-by-team splits vs. starting pitcher-handedness. Basically, you can get a quick glimpse of which teams are HOT vs. handedness of pitcher based on splits alone.
This is a list of hitters with a .400 wOBA / .300 ISO split with at least 20 Plate Appearances over the last 30-days of baseball.
This list is compiled by sorting in the MLB DFS Study Hub. The DraftKings Rating category was filtered to 75 and above. The projections category was filtered by “Above Average”. The DraftKings Value category was filtered by “Above Average”. The DraftKings ownership % category was filtered by players less than 10% owned (filtered as 0.1 to get this result).
This list is compiled by sorting in the MLB DFS Study Hub. The FanDuel Rating category was filtered to 75 and above. The projections category was filtered by “Above Average”. The FanDuel Value category was filtered by “Above Average”. The FanDuel ownership % category was filtered by players less than 10% owned (filtered as 0.1 to get this result).
These targets were created by sorting the DraftKings Rating and FanDuel Rating to 75 or higher. The DraftKings projections and FanDuel projections were filtered by “Above Average”. The DraftKings value and FanDuel value were sorted by “Above Average”. The FanDuel ownership and DraftKings ownership were not filtered for this shortlist.
It’s time to decide on our approach now that all of the information has been laid out for us. I’m a big fan of pursuing hot teams/hitters, and all of the data above is pointing us in that direction.
When it comes to pitching I think things are pretty cut and dry: Trust the ratings and projections. You can dive deep into xfip and sierra if you like but the Study Hub has already done the work for you.
It’s a different story when it comes to our hitting stacks. Yes, the work has been done for us by the Study Hub but how are we going to put together the puzzle pieces?
Using the information above I like to find teammates that show up and then build stacks around them. The Hot Hitters Club shows Houston, Los Angeles (Dodgers), Milwaukee, and Washington with two players on the list. I think an excellent way to build stacks are to use the hot players and build around them. This does require a little bit of extra studying in the Hub to make sure you’re using high-upside players with your hot players. That won’t be an issue with all of the info provided by the Team Rise or Fall MLB DFS Study Hubs.
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