Field of Streams: Episode 298 – How Is He My Boy

Episode 298 – How Is He My Boy

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

In this episode, Dylan Higgins and Matthew Dewoskin discuss surviving two scary streaming picks last Friday, the current Twins lineup, remembering Jaime Garcia being with Minnesota for all of one start, picking against Matt Harvey, young pitchers that will be more intriguing in 2018, picking against Jon Lester more, Jharel Cotton and Tyler Anderson having strange home/road splits, playing with arbitrary endpoints, the possibly “hungover” Astros, Matt’s fantasy baseball team updates, and Matt preparing to check out the food menu at SunTrust Park.

Contest picks for Monday, September 18: Dan Straily vs. NYM and Austin Barnes @ PHI (Dylan) and Dan Straily vs. NYM and Trayce Thompson @ PHI (Matt).

Contest picks for Tuesday, September 19: Collin McHugh vs. CWS and Howie Kendrick @ ATL (Dylan) and Dinelson Lamet vs. ARI and Brandon Nimmo @ MIA (Matt).

Contest picks for Wednesday, September 20: Tyler Chatwood @ SF and Derek Fisher vs. CWS (Dylan) and Tyler Chatwood @ SF and Brandon Drury @ SD (Matt).

Contest picks for Thursday, September 21: Tyler Anderson @ SD and Teoscar Hernandez vs. KC (Dylan) and Tyler Anderson @ SD and Kolten Wong @ 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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