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MLB DFS Early Bird with Dan and Loughy August 28 (FREE): Can You Get Away From The Boston Red Sox?

Jake Hari



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On the MLB DFS Early Bird, Dan and Loughy discuss the top-tier of pitching, headlined by Gerrit Cole and Noah Syndergaard. But should you pay up for bats instead with some huge total across the slate? Are the Cleveland Indians going overlooked despite a great matchup against Jordan Zimmerman? All these topics and more on today’s Early Bird Podcast!

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Jake Hari is the Director of NHL Content at and contributes to the site's NHL and MLB coverage as a writer of the spotlight stacks articles and host of Strategy Videos and Livestreams. Jake has been dubbed "the Baseball Savant" thanks to his immense knowledge of MLB but he's achieved some of his best success as an innovator in the world of NHL DFS. You can contact Jake by emailing [email protected].

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