Broc Miller


MLB Analyst      


BrocNessMonster helps run his family's engineering company in southern California, is a certified CrossFit trainer, and is an avid obstacle course racer. Growing up an hour outside of Los Angeles, Broc was a huge Dodgers and Angels fan until the Angels sold out their hometown. If it weren't for legen Vin Scully, Broc might not even know what baseball is. Just after high school, a Dodgers blog named Mike Scioscia's Tragic Illness got him interested in advanced analytics. 
In 2012, Broc was introduced to DFS via Twitter, and has been obsessed ever since. If you can find his H2H in any sport but baseball, scoop 'em ASAP! Ha!

 DFS Pitching Breakdown - 4/4
Posted by Broc Miller on Tuesday, April 4, 2017 - 11:30

Pitching looks pretty shady on Tuesday, where we have a couple studs in tough matchups and one that may not be entirely healthy. Carlos Carrasco is a dominant pitcher at times, but was injured in the spring as maxed out at 37 pitches in a spring start on March 29th. Our value options aren’t too intriguing either, but luckily, it’s looking like we’ll have plenty of value bats to allow ourselves the budget to spend up on arms a bit...

 2017 MLB DFS: Who’s Who in the Zoo?
Posted by Broc Miller on Saturday, April 1, 2017 - 10:49

Best offenses against left- and right-handed pitching

In 2016 the Cubs finished the season as one of the best offenses against both left- and right-handed pitchers per both wOBA and wRC+, and with another year of maturity from their young bats we should expect more of the same. While they’ll suffer the effects of missing Dexter Fowler leading off, they will add a healthy Kyle Schwarber to the mix to make up for it, and occasionally we’ll see Albert Almora in centerfield to complete the platoon.