Field of Streams: Episode 295 – That’s A Big Squint, My Friend

Episode 295 – That’s A Big Squint, My Friend

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

In this episode, Dylan Higgins and Matthew Dewoskin discuss the White Sox racing the Giants, a generous amount of quality streaming options on Friday, Wilmer Flores being done for the year, guessing Brett Anderson’s age, Andrew Heaney’s “impressive” homer total, Edwin Jackson somehow being “the safe option,” Homer Bailey’s risky downside, trying to trust Jake Junis, Max Fried’s early struggles, picking on the Mets again, and another Matt softball update.

Contest picks for Friday, September 8: Lucas Giolito vs. SF and Ketel Marte vs. SD (Dylan) and Lucas Giolito vs. SF and Mitch Haniger vs. LAA (Matt).

Contest picks for Saturday, September 9: Jake Junis vs. MIN and Danny Valencia vs. LAA (Dylan) and Edwin Jackson vs. PHI and Max Kepler @ KC (Matt).

Contest picks for Sunday, September 10: Erasmo Ramirez vs. LAA and Ezequiel Carrera vs. DET (Dylan) and Sal Romano @ NYM and Matt Adams vs. MIA (Matt).

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

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Approximately 28 minutes of joyous analysis.

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Dylan works on FanGraphs Audio, Effectively Wild, the FanGraphs Live Twitch channel, and the Community Research blog. He also enjoys the Waxahachie Swap, the Air Bud principle, and the Oxford comma. You can Tweet him about any of those things @dhhiggins.

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