MLB DFS: Nelson Cruz and top July 22 picks for DraftKings, FanDuel daily Fantasy baseball lineups

MLB DFS players have a loaded main slate to evaluate on Monday night with 11 games on the MLB schedule. First pitch between Red Sox and Rays is at 7 p.m. ET, with the action extending late into the evening as the Rangers and Mariners square off at 10:10 p.m. ET. There are plenty of intriguing matchups such the AL West battle between the Astros and Athletics, the NL matchup between the Cubs and the surging Giants, and the potential ALCS preview between the Yankees and Twins, a game that should be of particular interest for MLB DFS players since it features two of the AL’s top three offenses. Before locking in any MLB DFS picks for Monday on a daily Fantasy site such as FanDuel or DraftKings, first be sure to see what Mike McClure has to say.

Red Sox vs. Rays odds, line: MLB predictions, picks for July 22 from proven model on 27-10 roll

The Tampa Bay Rays and Boston Red Sox each have high goals for 2019. Those goals are still attainable, and games like Monday’s matchup between the teams may help decide which team accomplishes them. The Rays host the Red Sox at 7:10 p.m. ET in a nationally-televised showdown featuring teams solidly in the American League Wild Card race. Tampa (57-45) and Boston (54-46) are the first two teams out of the two AL Wild Card slots, currently held by the Indians (57-41) and Athletics (57-43). Both are well behind the Yankees (63-33) in the AL East. The latest Red Sox vs. Rays odds have Boston as a -130 favorite on the money line (risk $130 to win $100), while Tampa is posted at +111. The over-under for total runs scored is set at 8.5. Before locking in any Red

Fantasy Football Rankings 2019: Busts from model that beat experts include Todd Gurley, Jarvis Landry

Bills running back LeSean McCoy entered last season with a ton of promise. In fact, McCoy rushed for over 1,100 yards in 2016 and 2017, finishing inside the top 10 Fantasy running backs on both occasions. However, McCoy saw a dramatic drop-off with Josh Allen under center last season. The six-time Pro Bowl running back finished last season averaging just 3.2 yards per carry, the worst of his career. Fantasy football owners who drafted McCoy banking on his consistent production were quickly disappointed. And while Fantasy football championships can’t necessarily be won or loss on draft day, selecting a Fantasy football bust like McCoy can be detrimental to your team’s success. But in order to avoid a Fantasy football bust that can derail your entire season, you’ll need a set of 2019 Fantasy football rankings you can trust. SportsLine’s