The 2012 Senior Bowl is in the books, so join along for a recap of which players stood out and helped their draft stock. The week of practices, followed by the North squad's 23-13 win, is a helpful tool for pro scouts when evaluating how prospects perform in an NFL-like setting. Arizona State wide receiver [...]
Finding the proper starting pitcher values will win fantasy baseball titles. These Frugal 15 will be cost-effective
The Senior Bowl week is in full swing, and a few key prospects need to have strong showings to help ease doubts about whether they belong in the pros. Some players have already done just that, and a few will need to carry over any potentially strong outings to the NFL Scouting Combine. Boise state [...]
Fantasy baseball players tend to change their feelings about players like Marlon Byrd drastically from one year to the next based on facts that affect their values very little, if any.
As Nicholas Minnix pointed out last week with Atlanta Braves elite talent Tommy Hanson (shoulder), fantasy baseball drafters are easily scared away from players whose previous season was derailed by injuries. The explanation surrounding Hanson's breakdown and his subsequent training/rehab to avoid a similar ailment should settle the fears of fantasy participants this year, but [...]
The demand is high for more on why Tim took Starlin Castro in Round 3 in last week's FSTA fantasy baseball draft. Here goes.
Fantasy baseball players have reason to be worried about how long Tommy Hanson will last, but because many of them are, there's little reason not to gamble on the talented righty.
Did Tim get lucky in Las Vegas? Or did he bust? Either way, it was a memorable experience for the fantasy sports industry!
I wanted to take a moment to use this platform to advocate against something that is near and dear to me. While political talk can be very divisive, as well as often downright nasty, a current piece of legislation making its way through our United States Congress is threatening the very liberties that make the [...]
First of all, let me please take a second to pat myself on the back for correctly picking the New York Giants to upset the Green Bay Packers - at Lambeau Field no less - in the Divisional Playoff round last weekend. I'm taking a bow as I write… I wasn't the only one, though; [...]
The Indianapolis Colts' first overall selection in the 2012 NFL Draft should come as no surprise, but the debate of which position the St. Louis Rams should address rages on. The Rams, now under the guidance of head coach Jeff Fisher, have many holes to fill, and several players should come into consideration for them. [...]
In the New York Yankees and Seattle Mariners' prospect blockbuster, the fantasy baseball focus will be on Jesus Montero and Michael Pineda. But the fallout is a lot more interesting.
Most people are tired of making heavy investments in closers these days in fantasy baseball. I don't blame them; saves as a fantasy category are heavily overvalued in today's game, especially when you consider the volatility of the specialized position. Be careful if you're considering rostering a "so-called" elite ninth-inning stopper this year. By the [...]
Tim has the No. 2 selection in the upcoming Fantasy Sports Trade Association's MLB experts draft. He wasn't lucky enough to snag the top spot, but if you did, who would you take?
New Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie - the Green Bay Packers' director of football operations since 1994 - put his stamp on the organization by making his first move the dismissal of head coach Hue Jackson in a move that reeked of Al Davis. Jackson's Raiders went 8-8 in 2011 after a 7-4 start. [...]