How to Use a Schedule Feature for Fantasy Baseball and Fantasy Football

How to Use a Schedule Feature for Fantasy Baseball and Fantasy Football

This is another quick video to help you save time building your Fantasy Baseball lineups along with your Fantasy Football lineups. The video shows you how to use a schedule feature to exclude players from your draft pool based on if his team plays or not. It will allow you to only need to download a source file from DraftKings or FanDuel for salary data only. You would set the schedule and instead of having to load the players along with their salaries each time, you would only need the salary data. With the use of the add-in OpenSolver, you could load each Major League Roster and save it.

You use the schedule feature to help you exclude the players not playing; therefore, you create a draft pool for OpenSolver to create Fantasy Baseball lineups from teams for any schedule or slate of games. You should be able to save yourself time by utilizing the schedule feature mentioned in the video. It also shows you another way EXcel along with your Fantasy Baseball research can be quite helpful with the lineup creation process.

The schedule feature in the video can also be useful when playing Fantasy Football. It is quite important to save as much time as possible when you are creating several lineups to play on DraftKings or FanDuel. It could mean you are able to dedicate more of your time to researching football production and how it relates to the scoring tasks of the Daily Fantasy Sports website of your choice. The code to implement the schedule feature is straightforward, and it is made up of the use of an IF function in Excel. You would make use of various dropdown menus for the different elements.

Schedule Feature for Fantasy Baseball

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