Clayton Kershaw and Stephen Strasburg are on a collision course for Saturday in Los Angeles. At least we know bad weather won't prevent that one from happening. Their matchup is just one of the many that we're looking forward to this week in the Table Setter.
The Cubs draw a favorable matchup against Steven Brault of the Pirates, while Masahrio Tanaka takes a 2.92 ERA and 0.74 WHIP into Fenway Park. Cubs hitters and Tanaka are just two of our priority DFS plays for Wednesday.
Bryce Harper has more homers than strikeouts and nearly three times as many walks as whiffs. The last player to do that over a full season was Barry Bonds in 2004. The mere fact that he's recalling Bonds at his best is striking.
Reynaldo Lopez may have been considered one of the second-tier prospects the White Sox acquired last year, but he's making his presence felt in their rotation early this season. He kicks off our weekly look at the fantasy baseball waiver wire.
The Oakland A's draw a favorable matchup against Doug Fister on Wednesday, making them an attractive lineup stack. Meanwhile, should you chase Corey Kluber, Noah Syndergaard or Luis Severino? Find out in our DFS Plays of the Day for Wednesday.
Karl-Anthony Towns had one of the best games of his career on Wednesday, scoring 56 points and pulling down 15 rebounds. On Friday, he draws the Mavericks, a team he has owned this season. He should keep it rolling, making him one of the best DFS bets on the nine-game slate.
Aaron Judge and J.D. Martinez are on different sides of baseball's most storied rivalry, as well as this entry in our fantasy baseball debate series. Which outfielder should you prioritize in your league?
The Chicago Bulls have their sights set on a high lottery pick, which makes them a willing patsy for nearly every opponent. That places the Denver Nuggets at the center of Wednesday's DFS conversation.