Field of Streams: Episode 287 – Homer Hunting With Matt Olson

Episode 287 – Homer Hunting With Matt Olson

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

In this episode, Dylan Higgins and Matthew Dewoskin discuss the weird streaming year so far, a podcast schedule adjustment, not trusting Paul Blackburn, prospects that never delivered on their potential, Reynaldo Lopez’s White Sox debut, Matt’s new segment name, the mediocrity of Matthew Boyd, a new nickname for Curtis Granderson, Matt picking against his own pitcher again, Nicky Delmonico and Garrett Cooper, Melky Cabrera’s return to Chicago, and the custom jerseys of Players Weekend.

Contest picks for Friday, August 11: Reynaldo Lopez vs. KC and Matt Olson vs. BAL (Dylan) and Reynaldo Lopez vs. KC and Enrique Hernandez vs. SD (Matt).

Contest picks for Saturday, August 12: Jeff Hoffman @ MIA and Eddie Rosario @ DET (Dylan) and Jeff Hoffman @ MIA and Joc Pederson vs. SD (Matt).

Contest picks for Sunday, August 13: German Marquez @ MIA and Ezequiel Carrera vs. PIT (Dylan) and German Marquez @ MIA and Freddy Galvis vs. NYM (Matt).

Contest picks for Monday, August 14: Adam Conley vs. SF and Seth Smith @ SEA (Dylan) and Jerad Eickhoff @ SD and Yangervis Solarte vs. PHI (Matt).

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

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Approximately 45 minutes of joyous analysis.

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