Haase is the #13 Most Expensive C on DraftKings and is Projected to Be...


Projected for 1.7 DraftKings pts Eric Haase is the #28 ranked catcher. At $3400 he is expected to be the #13 catcher. At his projected points, he is worth a salary of $1.3K (expected pts per $ is calculated daily based on the average of healthy starters). There are 2 other options at $3400 (Jorge Alfaro, Tony Wolters) and Haase is ranked #3 among the 3. These are 5 better options at lower salaries: Francisco Cervelli (2.1 FP), Welington Castillo (5.2 FP), Austin Romine (3 FP), Tyler Flowers (3.6 FP), and Max Stassi (2.9 FP). Based on salary, he is expected to have 4.4 FPs, a value reached in 1 of 9 games (11%). The combined 'cover percentage' for catchers expected to start is 46%.

  • 5/23 VEGAS LINE EXPECTATION: CLE 3.8 (#18 Most Today) vs TB 4.7 (#5 Most)
  • PROJECTION (POS RANK): 1.74 Fantasy Points (#27), 1.09 plate appearances (#30), 0.222 BA (#22), 0.675 OPS (#20), 0.03 HR (#26), 0.14 RBI (#27), 0.12 runs (#28),

FANDUEL VALUE: Projected for 2.3 FanDuel pts Eric Haase is the #60 ranked C/1Bs. At $2000 he is expected to be the #61 C/1Bs. Based on 5/23 salaries and projected points per dollar, Haase is worth $0.8K. There are many other options (9) at $2000 and Haase is ranked #4 among the 10. Based on salary, he is expected to have 2.1 FPs, a value reached in 3 of 9 games (33%). The combined 'cover percentage' for outfielders expected to start is 46%.

Haase is NOT in the SportsLine DraftKings optimal lineup or the FanDuel optimal lineup which are based on the computer model's projection. SportsLine.com also offers premium optimal lineups from Mike McClure, a professional DFS player who has over $1 million in career winnings. He uses his own proprietary model to find great DFS values and often differs from the computer in how a player is projected to play on a daily basis.


When compared to other catchers in week 10, Erik Kratz (3.8 FP), Francisco Cervelli (4.9 FP), Josh Phegley (3.1 FP), Blake Swihart (4 FP), and Luke Maile (2.2 FP) are all projected for fewer points than Haase but are starting in more leagues. Given he is starting in 0% of leagues there is no market expectation for any real fantasy production in week 10.

He is projected for 5 fantasy points in week 10 (#52 C) in 2 games.

Projected StatRelative StrengthWK OverallRelative Weakness
Fantasy Points 
5.02 (#52) 
Avg0.239 (#33) 
OPS0.647 (#31) 
Home Runs 
0.31 (#46) 
0.89 (#53) 
1.05 (#51) 
Stolen Bases0 (#33) 

  • Based on 5/23 start %s the market values Nido over Eric Haase but the projections do not agree for week 10.
  • May 27May 28May 29May 30May 31Jun 1Jun 2
    0.6 FP @BOS0.7 FP @BOS0.6 FP @BOS0.9 FP @CHW0.7 FP @CHW0.8 FP @CHW0.7 FP @CHW

    Eric Haase last five game log with fantasy points (CBS, FD, DK) and statline.

    9/30 @KC-1 FP, 0 FD, 0 DK0-4
    9/28 @KC0 FP, 0 FD, 0 DK0-1
    9/26 @CHW0 FP, 0 FD, 0 DK0-2
    9/23 vs BOS0 FP, 3 FD, 3 DK1-3
    9/20 vs CHW1 FP, 3 FD, 2 DK0-0

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    As of 5/23, Eric Haase is the #58 ranked catcher based on ownership percentage (under 1%) and season fantasy rankings. Our projections indicate that Eric Haase is overrated by the market. His fantasy catcher projection rank is #61. He is projected for 75 fantasy points in 29 remaining games. Based on average FPs, he is even better with the #17 highest average. The market ranks Eric Haase behind Allen and above Garneau but the projections rank Eric Haase over Allen.

    Projected StatRelative StrengthOverallRelative Weakness
    Fantasy Points 
    75 (#60) 
    Avg0.239 (#35) 
    OPS0.689 (#42) 
    Home Runs 
    4 (#57) 
    14 (#58) 
    16 (#60) 
    Stolen Bases0 (#34) 
    Strikeouts28 (#5) 

    His projected fantasy points is lower than you would like given his relatively strong OPS projection.