The Dodger’s Walker Buehler is in a pitching groove and makes for a stable pick against the Cubs, says Chris Bennett.
Chris Bennett considers Charlie Blackmon a near must-use despite his surging price as he owns a .450 wOBA and .349 ISO against righties, and has had 24 DraftKings points or more in three of his last four games.
Chris Bennett checks in with his Thursday DraftKings recommendations.
Chris Bennett tees up Wednesday’s DraftKings slate, rolling with a Blue Jays stack against David Hess and the Orioles.
Chris Bennett expects to see plenty of offensive fireworks again Tuesday, which makes a cheaper pitcher like the Cardinals' Dakota Hudson an enticing option.
With Orioles starter Gabriel Ynoa allowing a .421 wOBA to righties, Chris Bennett is building around Alex Bregman where affordable.
Chris Bennett checks out Tuesday's slate and thinks Juan Soto and the Nationals could tee off against struggling White Sox starter Reynaldo Lopez.
It's a rare occurrence when we can stack a team in Coors' Field for less than 4k per player, which is what Chris Bennett is recommending against pitcher Jon Gray.
Chris Bennett is looking toward a Cubs stack Friday against Miles Mikolas and the Cards.
Chris Bennett surveys Tuesday's slate and wonders if the red-hot Lucas Giolito might be too good to be true in a seemingly juicy matchup against the Royals.
Chris Bennett suggests a Rangers stack against Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs, who’s allowing a .381 wOBA at home to lefties.
Chris Bennett offers his 14-game slate analysis, with pitcher Blake Snell appealing against an underperforming Indians team that isn’t hitting well against lefties.
Chris Bennett checks out Tuesday's slate and expects Gary Sanchez and the Yankees to tee off against a familiar foe in Baltimore's David Hess.
Chris Bennett recommends a Braves stack featuring Freddie Freeman, as he’s gone deep in consecutive games and also carries a stable .395 wOBA against righties.
Given his matchup, Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom is a cash game must, says Chris Bennett.
Chris Bennett looks over Tuesday's slate and thinks Adalberto Mondesi makes a good headliner for a Royals stack against the struggling Shelby Miller.
While he admits Max Scherzer’s matchup with the Dodgers isn’t ideal, Chris Bennett notes that Scherzer has earned 40 FanDuel points in four out of his last five starts.
For Friday’s slate, Chris Bennett recommends a Phillies stack featuring a raking Rhys Hoskins against Royals pitcher Homer Bailey.
Chris Bennett looks over Monday's deep evening slate and thinks Tommy Pham and the Rays present intriguing stacking possibilities against Diamondbacks rookie Taylor Clarke in his big-league debut.
In a solid matchup, Dodger lefty Rich Hill faces a Padres side that is fanning 26.8 percent of the time against southpaws.
Chris Bennett suggests James Paxton’s pitching form is well worth paying for despite him having a challenging matchup against the Twins.
Chris Bennett looks over Tuesday's weather-threatened slate and thinks Walker Buehler could offer valuable savings in a plus matchup against the Giants.
Clayton Kershaw has posted 37 FanDuel points in his last two starts and is going against the Pirates, who are struggling to hit against lefties.
Madison Bumgarner looks like a solid option against a banged up Yankees' lineup that’s striking out at a 29.4 percent rate against lefties.
Chris Bennett digs into Tuesday's slate and thinks Nolan Arenado's surging bat and career success against Patrick Corbin make him worth his high price tag at Coors Field.
Gerrit Cole has four quality starts in as many chances to open the year, striking out nine or more in three of those.
White Sox pitcher Carlos Rodon faces a Tigers squad that has a woeful .064 ISO against lefties while striking out 23.1 percent of the time.
Chris Bennett digs into a deep Tuesday slate and recommends using the red-hot Austin Meadows as the anchor for a Rays stack against the struggling Dylan Bundy.
Ozzie Albies, hitting against lefty Jason Vargas, should hit leadoff and has a .367 wOBA on the heels of a .384 number against lefties last year.
Khris Davis has homered four times in his last two games and is currently sporting a ridiculous .552 wOBA against lefties.