MLB Tips

  • We’ve moved!

    It’s been a nice run here at Baseball Bryan, but for the 2018 season we will be doing all of our posting over at BetMLB.org. We will still bring the same...

  • Projecting the 2017 World Series

    With many of the big moves of the offseason now done, I thought now would be a good time to take a look at Fangraphs Projected Standings and compare them to...

  • September 17th, 2015 MLB Betting & DFS Tips

    A strong 3-0 night last night as we hit on all of our tips. Our fantasy tips were decent, but we missed out on some of the bigger lineups on the...

  • September 16th, 2015 MLB Betting & DFS Tips

    Well, I’m still here. Despite my best efforts I did not win the big MLB Super Grand Slam on FanDuel and I’m back here to write another day. Things might have...

  • September 15th, 2015 MLB Betting & DFS tips

    As we head down the home stretch it’s important to look past records for some teams. Unlike in basketball and football, it’s rare to seem a team truly tank down the...

  • September 14th, 2015 MLB Betting & DFS Tips

    We’re entering into the home stretch of the baseball (and daily fantasy baseball) season. This is the time to get your lineups right and get your balance sheet in the black...

  • September 11th, 2015 MLB Betting & DFS Tips

    Thanks to the Brewers, Pirates, Indians and Tigers we were able to go 2-0 last night on our tips. The games that we picked went over and our team managed to...

  • September 10th, 2015 MLB Betting & DFS Tips

    Tonight is a tough one for fantasy players because there are only eight games on the main slate and there is a strong chance of a rainout in at least two...

  • September 9th, 2015 MLB Betting & DFS Tips

    The Rays were very solid yet unspectacular last night, but they were just what my team needed for pairing with Clayton Kershaw who grabbed the win over the Angels last night....

  • September 3rd, 2015 MLB Betting & DFS Tips

    A 2-0 night last night thanks to Randy Wolf doing exactly what we thought he would do and the Yankees offense doing what we thought they would do. Michael Wacha was...

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