Daily League Fantasy Baseball Lineup Card: April 15th, 2013

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RotoCole’s Daily Fantasy Baseball Lineup Advice: April 15th Edition

In the preseason, we brought you Daily League Strategy Part 1 and Part 2. Now, all season long, I will be giving you my advice on who to start in your daily fantasy lineups. Initially, this advice will cater to those who play on Fanduel.  They offer some of the best gaming options for beginners, intermediate, and expert level players. Our job here at RotoBaller is to make your daily fantasy gaming experience a fun and successful one. Whether you are new to the daily fantasy scene or have been playing for years, our columns will be up-to-date and useful for all levels of experience. If you are new to the scene, tweet me at @RotoCole and I will personally show you the ropes. Let’s win together. Ladies (one or two reading this) and gentlemen, here is your late game Daily Fantasy Baseball lineup advice for the late games on April 15th, 2013:

Took the weekend off from articles but still played daily fantasy baseball and had a nice weekend. Looking forward to what should be a nice week. Let's shoot for 5-0.

Domonic Brown warmupPrime Time Play Monday: Domonic Brown ($3,200) - What can Brown do for you tonight? Hopefully carry your fantasy team with a nice game. He is 3-5 with two doubles and a homer in his career against Arroyo. So he owns Arroyo and is dirt cheap? Yes please!

Case of the Mondays: Jose Bautista ($4,500) - Big price tag and is 1-11 in his career against Gavin Floyd. Avoid him and his balky wrist today.

RotoCole's Primary FanDuel Lineup:

P: Tom Milone ($6,800) - As long as he doesn't walk too many guys he should be able to go 7 innings, strike out 5 and pick up the win against Houston.
C: Derek Norris ($3,300) - I like the hot-hitting Norris against Astros lefty Erik Bedard. He should stay hot in this juicy righty-lefty matchup.
1B: Paul Konerko ($3,300) - So cheap, and the matchup will be fun to watch. He homered last night and gets to face his old buddy Mark Buehrle. Konerko could very well homer again tonight.
2B: Chase Utley ($4,400) - Has cooled off a bit but who better to face than Bronson Arroyo when you're struggling?
3B: Jeff Keppinger ($2,700) - Has never faced Buehrle but went 2-4 last night and is dirt cheap.
SS: Jimmy Rollins ($3,800) - Had the day off yesterday so he should be good to go tonight. He is 6-18 in his career against Arroyo.
OF: Matt Kemp ($3,700) - Has struggled big time but I love his matchup against lefty Eric Stultz. Could be his bust-out performance.
OF: Josh Hamilton ($3,800) - He has found his stroke and is still relatively cheap. With another nice matchup today he should be owned in all formats.
OF: Dominic Brown ($3,200) - Prime Time Play of Monday. Start him on every daily fantasy site.

Lineup Analysis: I went with a couple mini-stacks between the White Sox and Phillies. I like both of their lineups' chances at blowing up the scoreboard today. I am ecstatic that I was able to afford Oakland A's starter Tom Milone, who I see as today's second-best pitching option after Cliff Lee. I really like my chances with this lineup tonight. Happy daily fantasy gaming!