Field of Streams: Episode 292 – You Can’t “Blah Blah Blah” Fantasy Advice

Episode 292 – You Can’t “Blah Blah Blah” Fantasy Advice

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

In this episode, Dylan Higgins and Matthew Dewoskin discuss Dylan continuing to not care about fantasy football, Mattn ot buying on Edwin Jackson, Dylan excusing the church bells outside his house, Luke Weaver not being related to Jered and Jeff, Dylan not being excited about Brock Holt, the return of Greg Bird, the weakest day of the week, Travis Wood’s viability in San Diego, a Blash on Blach matchup, Adam Conley living up to his weird home/road splits, and Clayton Richard going deep.

Contest picks for Monday, August 28: Jhoulys Chacin vs. SF and Ben Gamel @ BAL (Dylan) and Jhoulys Chacin vs. SF and Cameron Maybin vs. OAK (Matt).

Contest picks for Tuesday, August 29: Luke Weaver @ MIL and J.D. Davis vs. TEX (Dylan) and Mark Leiter vs. ATL and Brock Holt @ TOR (Matt).

Contest picks for Wednesday, August 30: Kendall Graveman @ LAA and Austin Jackson @ NYY (Dylan) and Travis Wood vs. SF and Manuel Margot vs. SF (Matt).

Contest picks for Thursday, August 31: Collin McHugh vs. TEX and Matt Davidson @ MIN (Dylan) and Collin McHugh vs. TEX and Dominic Smith @ CIN (Matt).

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

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Approximately 37 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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