Aces meet Wednesday – Clayton Kershaw and the Dodgers vs. Madison Bumgarner and the Giants. Are the hefty price tags worth it? Get your best April 22 lineup here.
The Cincinnati Reds are off to a slow start and manager Bryan Price took out his frustrations in a long, profanity-filled rant to the media.
The struggling Yankees take on the dominating Tigers. Here’s how to watch it away from your TV.
There are fewer games on the schedule Monday, but plenty of productive options for your DraftKings lineup. Find out who to pick here.
Finding a player entering a hot streak isn’t easy, but it can be the difference between a winning and losing lineup. Here are our DraftKings picks for April 19.
Identifying hitters beginning hot streaks can help you win plenty of money in FanDuel. Check out a few that we found for your April 19 lineup.
We found some must-starts for your DraftKings lineup for April 18. Click here to find out which players you need to pick up for Saturday.
We have identified some lopsided batter/pitcher matchups for Saturday which you must exploit. Find out which ones for your April 18 FanDuel lineup.
Kris Bryant is looking to keep the Cubs rolling this season. Here’s what you need to know about the budding superstar.
There are a number of weak starting pitchers on the mound Friday in the MLB. Keep reading to find out who to take advantage of in your DraftKings lineup.
There are some batter/pitcher matchups you can definitely exploit in your April 17 FanDuel fantasy baseball lineup. Find out which ones here.
With a limited schedule in the big leagues Thursday, it’ll take a little creativity to get a productive FanDuel lineup. Check out our picks for April 16 here.
He’s a Hall of Famer and a legend in Chicago, but former second baseman Ryne Sandberg couldn’t get his name spelled correctly in a Cubs calendar.
The injury bug bit hard on Tuesday, but there are still plenty of options for a money-making lineup Wednesday in DraftKings. Find out who to pick here.
On April 15th, 1997, Jackie Robinson’s No. 42 was retired across Major League Baseball. Here is the last player to wear No. 42 for each MLB franchise.