This explains a lot to me now. I still use the site daily as it is sort of one stop shopping for finding good matchups but more times than not the best matchups can be found way down the page. Lesson i finally caught on to several weeks ago.
"He's projected to play about 70% of the season. Kris Davis is returning this week, and if Parra continues to play every day, we can up his projection."
My take on that is that your projections are more for the season long/half season players. Now don't get me wrong, i am not criticizing you or your product. I would guess to say that most of your season long players do very well. From a daily perspective it doesn't matter to me if he is projected to play 1 game, 3 games or 100 games, All i need to know so that he is in the lineup today and tearing the cover off the ball. I think it is tough to have a product for both season and daily fantasy with MLB. It may have worked well for NBA but with the Daily MLB I have learned a lot over my few months playing and now Turing a profit consistently.
My suggestion to daily folks would be to identify your player pool by matchup and not so much by projected points. After all, the difference between the best player and the worst on the board is only a couple of points. If a player goes off he is going t put up more than he is projected and if he goes 0-4 (which happens a lot) you eat the negative 1 on FD.
Anyway, just my $0.02 for what it;s worth.
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