What is the MLB Lineup Optimizer for DFS
FTN’s MLB Lineup Optimizer for DFS is the best optimizer for daily fantasy baseball players. The optimizer has every tool you need to finish in the green and build your bankroll on a consistent basis.
When DFS players are ready to take their game to the next level, one of the most important tools they can master is an optimizer.
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How to use the MLB DFS Optimizer
The FTN MLB Optimizer features all of the tools you want in an optimizer.
- Set the table: Choose your DFS provider (DraftKings or FanDuel), your game type (e.g., cash or GPP), and set your min/max salary thresholds
- Choose your slate: The optimizer always pulls in all of the MLB slate options available each day, from full slates, to short slates, and every showdown mode.
- Build the blueprint and choose your stacks: We let you control the levers for roster construction, from team and position preferences, and, most importantly, player stacks.
- Choose you favorites: Include players/teams, exclude players/teams, lock players, like or dislike players, and set exposures. The player dashboard features all the stats you need to make these choices, like salary, ownership projections, projected scores, Kyle Murray’s Player Rating, expected points per dollar value, and more.
- Player stacks: MLB stacks are one of the most important things in DFS. We’ve got you covered.
- Choose the number of lineups you want: Whether you’re entering a single lineup, entering a 20-max, or max-entering a 150-entry contest, we’ve got you covered.
Watch our full DFS Optimizer Tutorial series on YouTube to learn more.
Why should you use a DFS optimizer for MLB?
When you boil it all down, DFS optimizers are great for two things:
- Easy access to a competitive DFS lineup(s) with all of the most critical research tools in one place
- The ability to scale your strategies and dominate the DFS industry
There are, of course, many other things optimizers are helpful with, but these two bullets break it down to the essentials — and these are the reasons optimizers appeal to both casuals and grinders.
MLB moves at a rapid pace and features many games at somewhat inconsistent times. It can be hard to keep up with. Optimizers help you do so while remaining competitive.