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HOW TO USE

The MLB Daily Cheat Sheet combines the best players that you should be looking at in a simple location that is easy to understand.

To find undervalued players (good plays for the day), look for favorable $/pt per game along with favorable average fantasy points over the last four games (as indicated by green color coding).

COLOR CODES FOR GAMES FPTS

  • = exceeds CASH VALUE (average value required to cash in a GPP)
  • = levels CASH VALUE (average value required to cash in a GPP)
  • = below CASH VALUE (average value required to cash in a GPP)
  • = Confirmed in Lineup
  • = Confirmed not in Lineup
  • = Lineup not released yet

MLB DATA FIELD DEFINITIONS

Field Name Explanation
Time Game start time
Player Player's name
Team Player’s current team
Opp Player’s opponent team
Pos Current qualifying position of the player
Salary Salary of player for today
Proj FPts Projected fantasy points
$/FPts Dollars per point; the number of dollars each projected point costs. For example, if a player is priced at $10,000 and is projected for 20 points, you would divide $10,000 by 20 to get $500/point. The lower this number, the better, as you want to pay the least amount of salary possible for each point.
Last 4 Games FPts Shows Date, Opponent, and fantasy points scored by the player for each of the last four games played by the player. Color code signifies player made CASH VALUE based on player’s current salary for the day.