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About Garage Guy Chase - RotoBaller

Host of the Garage Guys Fantasy Sports Podcast. NASCAR junkie and lover of Fantasy Football.

Garage Guy Chase - RotoBaller has written 65 articles so far, you can find them below.


Ford EcoBoost 400 DFS: DraftKings, FanDuel Daily Fantasy NASCAR Lineup Picks

It's the end of the road for the 2019 NASCAR season as the series heads to Homestead-Miami Speedway for the last hoorah. Martin Truex Jr., Denny Hamlin, Kyle Busch, and Kevin Harvick will duke it out on the track Sunday night, and as you would imagine, Joe Gibbs Racing is heavily favored. The most notable... Read More

2 months ago

Bluegreen Vacations 500 DFS: DraftKings, FanDuel Daily Fantasy NASCAR Lineup Picks

Cactuses, dry heat, and the image of Beavis and Butt-Head walking through a desert on Peyote are some of the things that come to mind when I think about the desert. The other thing (that's not as weird) is ISM Raceway in Phoenix Arizona. With the championship race at Homestead coming up next weekend, it's... Read More

3 months ago

Bluegreen Vacations 500: DFS NASCAR Lineup Sleepers And Drivers To Avoid

One race left in the NASCAR Playoffs and we're coming off a week that was full of some wild boy shenanigans in Texas. Kevin Harvick ended up the victor in the AAA Texas 500 after a pretty dominant performance by the Stewart Haas Racing team. Tony Stewart was very vocal about fights, and other things,... Read More

3 months ago

AAA Texas 500 DFS: DraftKings, FanDuel Daily Fantasy NASCAR Lineup Picks

Somewhere out there, the big old cowboy is yodeling in the sky because he knows this is the last time NASCAR will be in the great state of Texas this season. Back in March, Denny Hamlin pulled out his imaginary six-shooters, and fired away for the win after starting in sixth. Hamlin has a shot... Read More

3 months ago

AAA Texas 500: DFS NASCAR Lineup Sleepers And Drivers To Avoid

Three races are left in the 2019 NASCAR season, and Martinsville was one hell of a ride. Martin Truex Jr. is now a true force of nature at short tracks (next challenge is Bristol), and dominated the race leading 464 laps. I personally didn't see this coming, and as a result, I failed a lot... Read More

3 months ago


First Data 500 DFS: DraftKings, FanDuel Daily Fantasy NASCAR Lineup Picks

It's time for one last "ITS HOT DOG SZN" scream as NASCAR heads to Martinsville Speedway (aka The Paper Clip...aka The Clip...aka Wild Boy Hot Dog Paper Clip City) for the last time this season. I don't know if anyone out there is more excited for this race than me this weekend, based on the... Read More

3 months ago

First Data 500: DFS NASCAR Lineup Sleepers And Drivers To Avoid

The NASCAR playoffs are rolling strong as we head into the Round of 8. Last week in Kansas, there were plenty of things that didn't go as planned, but it ended up making an exciting race for the fans in overtime. Denny Hamlin pulled off his 5th victory of the season, and put up the... Read More

3 months ago

Hollywood Casino 400 DFS: DraftKings, FanDuel Daily Fantasy NASCAR Lineup Picks

Welcome to the second elimination week of the NASCAR playoffs as the drivers head to Kansas Speedway in what should be a fierce "Battle Royale". The racing on Sunday should be at its highest performance due to most of the drivers in the playoffs being superior when running this track. You'll want to make sure... Read More

3 months ago

Hollywood Casino 400: DFS NASCAR Lineup Sleepers And Drivers To Avoid

The Round of Eight will be set in stone after this Sunday's race at Kansas Speedway, and NASCAR gets one race closer to the end of the season. Last week, I attended the 1000Bulbs.com 500 at Talladega Superspeedway and had a great time while collecting some awesome content for all the RotoBallers and Garage Fam... Read More

3 months ago

1000Bulbs.com 500 DFS: DraftKings, FanDuel Daily Fantasy NASCAR Lineup Picks

It's been a non-stop party here at Talladega this week, and that party will continue on until the cup car trailers roll out of Lincoln, Alabama. This track is seriously a one of a kind experience, and after the new construction in the infield, the track has leapfrogged into the ultimate NASCAR fan experience. You... Read More

3 months ago


1000Bulbs.com 500: DFS NASCAR Lineup Sleepers And Drivers To Avoid

NASCAR is on it's way to the widest track in the game this week for the 1000Bulbs.com 500. Last April, I had the pleasure of going to Talladega to cover the Geico 500, and I'm literally in a truck right now on my way back for one more round. This week I will be active... Read More

4 months ago

Drydene 400: DraftKings, FanDuel Daily Fantasy NASCAR Lineup Picks

October is here, and one thing this month is known for is fall leaves flooding your driveway, Getting pressured into buying overpriced pumpkins from a guy named Joe just so you can cut it up and stick a candle in it, and an absolute acceptance for dressing up as a monster without getting looked at... Read More

4 months ago

Drydene 400: DFS NASCAR Lineup Sleepers And Drivers To Avoid

The second trip to The Monster Mile is here as NASCAR heads into the second round of the playoffs. Last Sunday at the ROVAL, Chase Elliott pulled off the ultimate power move by winning the race after wrecking his car into the tire barrier on a restart while leading. For all you kids out there,... Read More

4 months ago

Bank of America ROVAL 400: DraftKings, FanDuel Daily Fantasy NASCAR Lineup Picks

Have you ever had a girlfriend or boyfriend who seemed pretty normal at first, and then turned into a wild crazy maniac before you even realized it? If so then you're somewhat experienced what the Charlotte ROVAL is like (it's nuts). The one thing that makes this race so important is that it's an elimination race,... Read More

4 months ago

Bank Of America ROVAL 400: DFS NASCAR Lineup Sleepers And Drivers To Avoid

Carnage race week is finally here as the series heads to the Charlotte ROVAL. Last year Ryan Blaney took down the first-ever ROVAL race at Charlotte Motor Speedway, and has qualified ninth once again (Can you say Deja Vu?).  Being that this race is only two years old, we'll take a look back to see... Read More

4 months ago


Federated Auto Parts 400: DraftKings, FanDuel Daily Fantasy NASCAR Lineup Picks

I was listening to Train earlier today and started belting the chorus of "Meet Virginia" at a red light in my car when I realized I was going to be writing about a race in Virginia later. The moral of that story was that you should probably go listen to that song because its a... Read More

4 months ago

Federated Auto Parts 400: DFS NASCAR Lineup Sleepers And Drivers To Avoid

I'm coming off of a huge week in DFS after winning my first two tournaments using my FREE driver picks from last week's race preview. Took down the 6K Hot Rod tournament tonight on DK using my four driver picks in this week’s DFS Preview!!! If you’re not using my ”FREE” NASCAR driver picks each... Read More

4 months ago

South Point 400: DraftKings, FanDuel Daily Fantasy NASCAR Lineup Picks

Round two at Las Vegas Motor Speedway kicks off at 7:00 PM EST on Sunday in hopes of a cooler race for the fans. Last season, the South Point 400 had one of the lowest attendance records in history due to the blistering heat, so Chris Powell (Las Vegas Motor Speedway President) made the push... Read More

4 months ago

South Point 400: DFS NASCAR Lineup Sleepers And Drivers To Avoid

The flat track fever has passed, and the drivers are all set for the beginning of the 2019 NASCAR playoffs. Ryan Newman and Clint Bowyer bagged the last two spots after a time-consuming Brickyard 400 last Sunday. Newman even fell asleep in his car after Brad Keselowski and Erik Jones wrecked, and was probably dreaming... Read More

4 months ago

Big Machine Vodka 400: DraftKings, FanDuel Daily Fantasy NASCAR Lineup Picks

There's only one cure for "Flat Track Fever" and it's coming for us Sunday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The Brickyard is one of NASCAR's most prestigious races in the sport, which makes it like an infinity stone that every driver is chasing after. Expect a pretty tight race this Sunday as it's difficult to pass... Read More

5 months ago


Big Machine Vodka 400: DFS NASCAR Lineup Sleepers And Drivers To Avoid

NASCAR is rolling into one of the most prestigious tracks in history this week, and the playoffs are one race from being set. The Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway was graced with its first NASCAR win by Jeff Gordon in 1994, and since then every driver throughout the sport dreams of kissing those bricks.... Read More

5 months ago

Bojangles' Southern 500: DraftKings, FanDuel Daily Fantasy NASCAR Lineup Picks

It's time to break out all your 90's gear and get ready for a retro Sunday night in Darlington. NASCAR heads to the state of South Carolina for one of my favorite races of the year, The Southern 500 Presented by Bojangles (they make some good chicken strips). This race is more than just another... Read More

5 months ago

Bojangles' Southern 500: DFS NASCAR Lineup Sleepers And Drivers To Avoid

After a LONG week off after Bristol, NASCAR returns with no more breaks this season (loud clapping and cheers). This week, the cup series heads to Darlington for the Bojangles' Southern 500. Drivers and fans alike get excited about this race for its awesome throwback theme. Matt DiBenedetto had an incredible career race at Bristol... Read More

5 months ago

Dan Arnold Quiet In Preseason Win Over Chargers

New Orleans Saints tight end Dan Arnold followed up last week's touchdown performance against the Minnesota Vikings with zero catches on two attempts against the Los Angeles Chargers in Sunday's second preseason matchup. Arnold isn't expected to be a consistent fantasy option this season, sitting behind tight end Josh Hill and starting tight end Jared Cook. Arnold... Read More

5 months ago

Josh Hill A Non-Factor In Second Preseason Game

New Orleans Saints tight end Josh Hill was only targeted one time in Sunday's preseason win against the Los Angeles Chargers. Hill wasn't spotted at the Saints-Chargers joint practice last Friday, but obviously there is nothing to worry about, as Hill suited up for Sunday's game. Hill should be avoided in fantasy lineups with tight... Read More

5 months ago


Emmanuel Butler Silent In First Preseason Start

New Orleans Saints rookie wide receiver Emmanuel Butler didn't get to show off what everyone has been talking about in the Saints second preseason game against the Los Angeles Chargers. Butler has been the talk of the town at training camp so far this season by showing major talent as an undrafted rookie. In Sunday's... Read More

5 months ago

Keith Kirkwood Doesn't Play In Second Preseason Game

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Keith Kirkwood did not suit up for Sunday's preseason match against the Los Angeles Chargers. Kirkwood missed eight practices after suffering an undisclosed injury back in early August, but he returned to practice in full pads last Wednesday, participating in stretching and conditioning while working personally with an athletic trainer.... Read More

5 months ago

Ted Ginn Tops Starters In Receiving Yards

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Ted Ginn was limited like most of the Saints starters in Sunday's preseason game against the Los Angeles Chargers. Ginn caught both targets thrown his way for a total of 17 yards before stepping off the field on Sunday. He missed most of last season after suffering a knee injury in... Read More

5 months ago

Tre'Quan Smith Does Well In Joint Practices With Chargers

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Tre'Quan Smith showed his handiwork in last week's joint practice with the Los Angeles Chargers. Smith went 3-for-3 in one-on-one drills against Chargers defensive players last Wednesday. In Sunday's preseason game, Smith hauled in one catch for 16 yards. With former teammate Cameron Meredith now playing for the New England Patriots,... Read More

5 months ago

Jared Cook Limited In Second Preseason Game

New Orleans Saints tight end Jared Cook didn't see much action in the Saints second preseason game against the Los Angeles Chargers. Cook was targeted two times and caught one pass for four yards before heading to the sidelines early. Cook has been excelling in training camp and getting praise from his new teammates. He... Read More

5 months ago


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