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The Daily MLB Fantasy Pulse

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Yesterday’s Studs Buster Posey- Sometimes it works out when you pay for catching. Yesterday, if you selected Posey you got 4 hits, 3 doubles, 3 RBi and a stolen base. Nate Freiman- He doesn’t play very often, but when Oakland ...

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The Daily MLB Fantasy Pulse- 5-24

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Yesterday’s Studs Josh Willingham- Well, I was right that the Twins were going to be solid in the run scoring department, but I didn’t see this offensive explosion coming from Willingham. He didn’t get alot of hits, but the 2 ...

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The Daily MLB Fantasy Pulse- 5-22

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Yesterday’s Studs Mike Trout- Hitting for the cycle for the very first time in his young MLB career, Trout lead the Angels offensive attack versus the Mariners last night. He went 4/5 with a single, double, triple, 5 RBI and ...

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The Daily MLB Fantasy Pulse- 5-21

Joe Mauer

Yesterday’s Studs Brandon Belt- Have yourself a day, why don’t you Brandon? Belt went 4/5 with a homer and a crazy 4 runs scored. Seth Smith- The A’s stack against the overmatched Josh Lindblom of the Rangers was a pretty ...

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The Daily MLB Fantasy Pulse- 5-3

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Yesterday’s Studs Nate McLouth- The hot streak continues for the Baltimore lefty. Last night, he went 2/5 with a home run and 2 RBI’s. Carlos Gomez- Another outfielder with a solid hot streak in place. Last night, Gomez beat up ...

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The Daily MLB Fantasy Pulse- 4-30

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Yesterday’s Studs Brandon Moss- Wait, what? THAT Brandon Moss? That Brandon Moss. In EIGHT At-Bats versus LAA last night, Moss hit 2 homers, drove in 3 runs, walked, scored 3 runs AND stole a base. Carlos Gomez- Gomez might have ...

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