Field of Streams: Episode 180 – Firm No. 6 Hurler

Episode 180 – Firm No. 6 Hurler

The latest episode of “Field of Streams” is live!

In this episode, Dylan Higgins and Matthew Dewoskin discuss their lukewarm takes on Ichiro Suzuki as “The Hit King,” Freddie Freeman hitting for the cycle, the concept of having an infinite ERA or infinite strikeouts, a lack of options at third base, whether or not to trust CC Sabathia, having plenty of streaming options, and the upcoming FanGraphs event in New York this weekend.

Contest picks for Thursday, June 16: CC Sabathia @ MIN (Dylan) and Dan Straily @ ATL (Matt).

Suggested DFS picks worth attention for Thursday, June 16: Brian McCann, Wilson Ramos, Cameron Rupp, Tommy Joseph, David Ortiz, Miguel Cabrera, Chris Carter, Ike Davis, Dustin Pedroia, Ian Kinsler, Chase Utley, Daniel Murphy, Brian Dozier, Maikel Franco, Nick Castellanos, Travis Shaw, Manny Machado, Corey Seager, Jonathan Villar, Mark Trumbo, Joey Rickard, Jackie Bradley Jr., Mookie Betts, Gregory Polanco, Starling Marte, the Yankees outfielders, the Tigers outfielders, Joc Pederson, Ryan Braun, Michael Saunders, Robbie Grossman, J.A. Happ, Aaron Nola, Bartolo Colon, CC Sabathia, Justin Verlander, Danny Duffy, Junior Guerra, and Tanner Roark.

As usual, don’t hesitate to tweet us or comment with fantasy questions.

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Approximately 35 minutes of joyous analysis.

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Dylan is the co-creator of the Field of Streams podcast. Follow him on Twitter @HigginsFOS.

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