Daily Fantasy Sports Picks
Probably our favorite Daily Fantasy Sports MLB play on the day Saturday would be David Price of the Detroit Tigers as starting pitcher.
While priced at $10200, he is coming off a loss. But more importantly perhaps, he’s allowed only 31 hits off of 147 at bats versus the current White Sox roster. There were two homeruns permitted over this time frame.
He has had trouble against Adam Eaton, who is 7-for-12 against him, and despite his .238 ERA, has hit in nine of his last ten starts so expect one or two hits here from Eaton.
DFS911.com has some good Daily Fantasy MLB picks and previews for Friday evening’s MLB games.
Carlos Martinez– He is due for a bad outing after back-to-back starts with seven shutout innings and eight strikeouts. Martinez hasn't surrendered a run in 21 consecutive innings, spanning more than three starts. But beware, he allowed seven runs in two consecutive games back in early May.
DFS911.com has your Daily Fantasy Sports MLB picks and previews for Thursday’s games, some of which start in the afternoon.
We love Mike Wacha (Cardinals) and you too will want to be all over him for your fantasy roster as he is coming off a bad loss (his first of the season). He’s only allowed 4 hits off of 22 at bats against the current LA roster in the limited appearances versus the Dodgers.
DFS911.com has your Daily Fantasy Sports MLB picks for June 1.
Arizona Diamondbacks -
First Baseman Paul Goldschmidt is among the hottest hitters in the league right now. He’ll cost you at $5100. Versus Alex Wood he is 2-for-2 and definitely worth having on your roster.
Arizona CF A.J. Pollock hit .408 in his final 12 games in May with 12 runs scored.
Washington Nationals –
As noted on our sister site Gambling911.com, Ian Desmond of the Washington Nationals could prove to be a hot commodity the early part of this week, as least on Tuesday and Wednesday.
But one of the hottest daily fantasy prospects this week will be Washington’s Wilson Ramos, 9-for-13 against R.A. Dickey and .277 on the season thus far so the price will be right Monday night. Ramos hasn't had a starting streak longer than four games or shorter than three in the 2015 season.
DFS911.com has your Daily Fantasy Sports MLB picks and previews for May 31.
The White Sox John Danks has posted an ugly 5.69 ERA and 1.45 WHIP in nine starts this season. As if that weren’t bad enough, he’s 0-3 against them with a 9.14 ERA and a WHIP of 2.032.
Daily Fantasy players will want to be on Chris Carter, who has now hit in each of his last seven games and has been solid against Danks. Jose Altuve has also had success against Danks, going 3-for-9 with a homerun.
Luis Valbuena, though struggling of late, is 4-for-6 vs. Danks.
DFS911.com has your daily fantasy sports MLB picks and previews for Saturday’s games.
Niese surrendered eight runs on 11 hits in Tuesday's loss to St. Louis. (Tue May 19) then followed that up with another abysmal performance versus Pittsburgh in which Niese could not get beyond the 4th inning.
He’s been decimated by a few of the current Marlins players including Giancarlo Stanton. Fortunately Stanton’s been struggling of late. But he is 11-for-27 against Niese with 7 RBIs so this could be his lucky day.
DFS911.com has your daily fantasy sports MLB picks and previews for Friday’s games and beyond.
They don’t get much hotter than Miami’s Dan Haren when it comes to tonight’s starting pitchers and their past performance versus an opposing roster.
Haren has permitted just 24 hits on 115 at bats against the current Mets roster. Five of those were homeruns and nine were RBIs to be clear.
Though a relatively small slate by Major League Baseball standards, there are still plenty of plays for today’s DFS fans.
Corey Kluber of Cleveland has the best stats going up against opposing batters today having given up just 12 hits on 60 at bats against them. He’s allowed just one homerun over that time period. Half of those, however, were extra base hits.
When it comes to the Rangers vs. Indians series, neither of today’s two starters have had much luck against the opposing team. To make matters worse, the Texas bullpen has given up a number of runs in most of Colby Lewis’s starts.
Michael Brantley has gone 5-for-14 against Lewis with one homerun and three RBIs.
Ryan Raburn was hot in his last game against Texas and that trend is likely to continue against Lewis as he has gone 2-for-5 against him with three RBIs. Two of those hits were doubles.