DraftKings MLB picks September 6: G-elite-o or Kershaw?
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Rain: Pittsburgh(slight), Baltimore(slight), New York(slight), Boston(slight to moderate if game goes late), Cincinnati(very slight), Chicago(very slight),
Wind: 14 mph out to right in Chicago, 12 mph out to right in Milwaukee, 12 mph out to left in Miami, 12 mph in from right in Boston, 14 mph in from right in New York, 12 mph in from center in Baltimore
Hot/Humid: Baltimore(humid), New York(humid), Boston(humid), Miami(both), Cincinnati(humid), Milwaukee(humid), Houston(hot), Chicago(humid), Oakland(humid), San Diego(humid)
The weather should be good in most places with maybe a passing shower causing a delay here or there. The biggest threat is in Boston if the game goes beyond 2.5 hours. Some wind helps, but it will be a big hindrance in the east. Take that into account when building lineups.
I had John Means across all lineups, but a Miley and missing on the Twins are Mariners bats kept me from cashing.
These tips are based mostly on past performance. This is a nice tool for building a lineup, but should not be the only pieces of information you use. We have plenty of writers on here who give you relevant information no matter which site you play on, and we all attack the slate from different angles.