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Articles From Matthew
Tonight provides us a nine-game slate with an intriguing range of Vegas totals (7.5-10.5). Monitoring Vegas line movements and run totals is a beneficial ...
by Fantasy in Wed, May 10
Tonight provides us a full, 15-game slate with a tight range of Vegas totals (7.5-9.0). Monitoring Vegas line movements and run totals is a ...
by Fantasy in Wed, May 3
There is a wide variety of options tonight on this 12-game slate along with a decent range of Vegas totals (6.5-11.5). Monitoring Vegas line ...
by Fantasy in Wed, Apr 26
Tonight provides a jam-packed, 11-game slate that has a decent range of Vegas totals (6.5-9.5). Monitoring Vegas line movements and run totals is a ...
by Fantasy in Wed, Apr 19
DraftKings is doing a better job at tightening the player salaries as the season progresses into the second week. Tonight provides an interesting 10-game ...
by Fantasy in Wed, Apr 12
Latest News From Matthew
Clayton Kershaw was very sharp but it was noticeable when his fatigue started to kick in. Kershaw went six innings (92 pitches), allowing three earned runs with eight strikeouts.
Kenley Jansen’s cardioligist didn’t think it would be wise for Jansen to be in Colorado where the increased altitude could impact his irregular heartbeat.
Andy McCullough on Twitter3 wks ago
Julio Urias’ recent start in the minors didn’t go well as he continues to struggle with command. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts told Ken Gurnick on Sunday, “ I don’t know when he’s going to pitch again”.
Ken Gurnick3 wks ago
Walker Buehler’s x-ray (foot) came back negative. This was a precautionary move by the Dodgers that was deemed a muscle spasm.
Kenta Maeda notched his first save of the season against the Rangers on Wednesday night. Maeda made it interesting, allowing one earned run on two walks and a hit.
Alex Wood was sharp after having a couple days of extra rest. Wood pitched seven shutout innings with five strikeouts.
Kenley Jansen yet again allowed a home run to surrender the lead. This is now three performances in a row where he has allowed a home run (four total).
Clayton Kershaw was dominant on Saturday night, pitching eights innings, allowing two earned runs while striking out nine. He left the game with a one run lead, however, Kenley Jansen blew the save by allowing a home run to Austin Hedges.
Rich Hill was filthy on Friday night against the Padres, going six shutout innings with eight strikeouts (90 pitches).