Daily Fantasy Pitchers, MLB Betting Picks April 13 – Danny Duffy, Adam Wainwright

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Apr/13/2015
Daily Fantasy Pitchers, MLB Betting Picks April 13 – Danny Duffy, Adam Wainwrigh

Gambling911.com has your daily fantasy pitchers and MLB betting picks for April 13. 

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Best Bets: Kansas City -133 (BetOnline.ag)

Best DFS MLB pitcher Picks: Danny Duffy, Adam Wainwright  

We are loving Danny Duffy today.  While many will be turned off by his 9.00 ERA to start off the season, Minnesota offers the perfect redemption to get right back on track. 

Not only is the Twins Torii Hunter 0-10 versus Duffy, Joe Mauer is 1-10 while Trevor Plouffe is 2-16. 

Duffy faced the Twins six times in 2014, more than any other opponent, and went 2-0 with a 1.63 ERA.  He is your top pitcher today at a decent price of $7.2K.  Likewise, for those betting this game, KC should roll over Minnesota today at -133.

Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright was dominant on his opening night of the season.  He’s also pitched well against Milwaukee while Brewers starting pitcher Matt Garza has had his issues at Busch Stadium, going 0-2 with a 6.95 ERA in five career starts.  Wainwright has thrown three shutouts and two more complete games in his last seven home starts against Milwaukee.   DFS players may want to have Wainwright as your starter and Duffy as the second pitcher.

The Cards are priced a little too steep at -166 for our liking.  That’s a bargain considering some books have St. Louis priced all the way to -190.

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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