Daily Fantasy Strategy — May 27 — For Draftstreet by Landon Jones May 27, 2014 Memorial Day is behind us. Hopefully your long weekend treated you well. Fortunately there was a full schedule yesterday; today, the same. Brandon Moss kept on raking yesterday. As did Derek Norris, who has been the best hitting back stop by quite a margin. The Athletics are fantastic, in case you were wondering what my point was. I will continue to keep gushing about them. Turn $11 into a share of $50,000 Playing Daily Fantasy Baseball. $50,000 MLB PickEm Survivor Big Score Pick 8 MLB Players from 8 tiers This Weekend Enter for $11. DraftStreet Pick’Em is the Easiest and Fastest Way to Win money playing Daily Fantasy Baseball. Make your first deposit today and get up to $200 Free. Draft Your 8 Man PickeEm Baseball Team Today for $11. Probables Chart Phil Hughes will look to continue his ways today. He’ll have to do against a Texas team that just lost Prince Fielder. Matt Garza is on the bump today as well, and 2014 hasn’t been very kind to him. Unfortunately his iffy numbers have affected a few of my fantasy teams, but that’s not of your concern. What is of your concern, however, is just how bad he’s looked at times. Spoiler: very bad. Finally, Jon Lester will face an Atlanta Braves’ offense that has demolished left handed pitching. Most left-handed pitchers aren’t Jon Lester, though, so that should be fun. The Daily Five Angels stack Mike Trout – $9,086 Albert Pujols – $7,681 Howie Kendrick – $7,247 Elias’ curveball is a beauty, but I’m drawn towards the Angels today. Trout and Pujols don’t require much of an introduction. Howie Kendrick has quietly putting together a phenomenal season. David Ortiz – $5,627 I’ve never seen Ortiz this cheap. That’s all I need to know. Monitor lineups, though, because he might sit out thanks to the DH not being in play. Tim Hudson – $14,976 Hudson’s 2014 has been very fun to watch. I like his chances to keep it going today versus Chicago. This post, covering one of the leading sites for daily fantasy, is sponsored and made possible by the generous support of Draftstreet. FanGraphs maintains complete editorial control of the postings, and brings you these posts in a continued desire to provide the best analytical information on the latest in baseball.