Letter from the Editor

by Tim Heaney on January 16, 2008 @ 07:45:13 PDT


Hello readers,

Welcome to KFFL's annual Offseason Guide! I wanted to thank you for reading our content that has been released throughout the offseason and check in with you on what's to come as you prepare for your draft(s) as well as season(s).

No matter how many leagues you're diving into, we're here to help. Best of all, everything that we have stuffed into our preseason coverage - as well as our upcoming in-season package - is now FREE!

We have a little bit for every level of fantasy player. The introduction of KFFL's Baseball University provides an in-depth Fantasy Baseball 101 education to those of you joining the fantasy baseball universe. Of course, everyone will be able to access our returning content, including our Player Projections, Player Analysis, Team Previews, Top Prospect Overview, and our wildly popular Closer Hot Seat.

Some of our new features include Closer Sleepers, Sophomore Slumps, and our new Baseball Video content, which will supplement our Weekly Newsletter!

I am glad to bring along for the ride Managing Editors Cory J. Bonini, Nicholas Minnix and Richard Garcia, as well as the other hard-working members of our baseball coverage team including:

  • Aaron A. Adams
  • Anthony Agolia
  • Whit Benson
  • Joe Book
  • Danny Dabiri
  • Buck Davidson
  • Mike Egnak
  • Scott Ehrlich
  • Joshua Ellis
  • Ryan Erb
  • Herija Green
  • Chris Hadorn
  • Jason Hoffman
  • Rob McCarthy
  • Art Morath
  • Andrew Stewart
  • Steve Ungrey
  • Bruce Wasserzieher
  • Kent Wilson
  • David Wysocki

Thanks for stopping by, and here's to a fruitful year of fantasy baseball titles!



Tim Heaney

KFFL Managing Editor



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About Tim Heaney

Tim's work has been featured by USA Today/Sports Weekly, among numerous outlets, and recognized as a finalist in the Fantasy Sports Writers Association awards. The Boston University alum, who competes in the prestigious LABR and Tout Wars, has won numerous industry leagues in both baseball and football.

He appears frequently, including every Sunday, on Sirius XM Fantasy Sports Radio, as well as every Wednesday on 1570 AM WNST in Baltimore.

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