Max Scherzer Daily Fantasy MLB Value July 23

Max Scherzer (10-6) came away with a no-decision Sunday, despite allowing just one run on six hits and a walk over seven innings, while striking out seven in an 18-inning loss to the Pirates.

Scherzer off a no-decision needs some serious consideration Saturday July 23 as the right-hander is ranked number two in ESPN.com’s Fantasy rankings.

It doesn’t hurt that he’ll be going up against the San Diego Padres, a team he has allowed just 15 hits off of in 114 at bats (this against the current Padres roster). 

Submitted by: Dan Shapiro on July 20, 2016

Jeremy Hellickson DFS Watch July 20

On Wednesday, we have The Marlins Wei-Yin Chen (5-3) as the probable starter.  He allowed four runs on six hits and one walk while striking out five over six innings, but received no decision Friday at the Cardinals. Philadelphia’s starters have hit 19 in 62 at bats with two home runs. 

But who we really like here and someone probably off the radar is the Phillies Jeremy Hellickson, especially with the Phillies playing better than .500 ball over the past month.

Submitted by: Dan Shapiro on July 17, 2016

Wade Miley Daily Fantasy Sports Profile

Wade Miley Daily Fantasy Sports Profile

DFS911.com has your Wade Miley Daily Fantasy Sports profile for Saturday July 9.

Miley got better results than he has recently in his last start but the Mariners have lost in his last three starts.

Miley will come into this game hungry for a win and Kansas City offers the perfect remedy.

The current Royals roster has batted 71 times against Miley with just 15 hits and a single extra base run (a homer) to show for it.

Kansas City has scored three or fewer runs in six of the last ten games overall.

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

Submitted by: Dan Shapiro on July 08, 2016

Tigers vs. Blue Jays: Hitting Bonanza This Series?

Tigers vs. Blue Jays: Hitting Bonanza This Series?

In general the lineups for both Detroit and Toronto should be considered throughout the four-game series July 7 to 10.  That’s because the OVER was 16-5-1 in the last 22 meetings entering Thursday.  

Toronto had scored five or more runs in seven of their last ten games.  Detroit has done so in six of their last ten games.  Do the math and, while we feel the Game Two total is a little high at 10, it’s still worth taking.

Submitted by: CCostigan on July 07, 2016

Load Up Against Taijun Walker Tuesday?

Taijun Walker DFS

Taijun Walker has allowed 33 hits off of 122 at bats versus the current Astros roster.  This includes 9 home runs and 17 extra base hits.  Walker is also coming off two starts in which he permitted just a single run in over 11 innings.

In six of his last ten starts, Walker has permitted four or more runs.

These are your heavy hitters

Jose Altuve - 8-for-23 with a homer.  He’s batting .400 over the past seven days and went two for four on Monday.

Evan Gattis - 5-for-15 with two home runs. He is averaging .235 over the past week.

Submitted by: Dan Shapiro on July 04, 2016