So I lost $2 last night to put my bankroll at $967. All of my players put up positive totals, and my pitcher (Lance Lynn) got a win, but zero home runs kept me a couple points out of the money.
Just a few things that caught my eye:
- I’m a lumberjack and I’m OK. Let’s be honest, P.K. Subban — that slash was premeditated. Why else would your hands be THAT close together??? Stop whining and accept your punishment.
- Patrick Kane is an absolute beast. But man, that mullet has to go — no man with a hair line like that should grow out the hair on the back of his head. Next thing you know, he’ll be out Donalding Donald Trump.
I threw this lineup together way too quickly – I think I’m getting addicted to the action. This is dumb because I have so much season-long stuff for which to root anyway, but I’m doing it.
Here’s my lineup in a $2 tournament:
You didn’t think I would blow through my entire bankroll in $2 and $5 increments without winning at least once, did you? Be honest, though, you were kind of rooting for that. I know I would be if it were someone else’s blog. Imagine the desperation as the bankroll got below $500 without a single win!
Let’s keep it in perspective, though. I won $20 on my two $2 entries, netting me a profit of $16. That puts my bankroll at $969.
I put in two $2 tournament lineups, but instead of going for the biggest, I went for the one that was least full as of 40 minutes before game time. We’ll see if I can get any kind of overlay or reduced price by the time the games start.
Here are the lineups: