Tag Archives: Andy Pettitte

Passing Judgment: Law & Order – AROD

The ongoing soap opera involving Alex Rodriguez took another interesting turn last week when he filed two lawsuits in New York.  The first lawsuit was filed in New York County against Major League Baseball and Commissioner Bud Selig asserting claims for tortious interference with prospective business relationship and tortious interference with existing contracts.  The second […]

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Coach Dennis’s Diary: Fantasy Baseball – A Mirage

Coach Dennis’s Diary – A Mirage By: Dennis Esser (@coachesser) The perception of starting pitching depth on a fantasy baseball team is the same mirage that exists with respect to depth at running back in fantasy football leagues.  You are always one pitch or one carry away from being in a bind.  With pitchers, it could […]

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Fantasy Baseball: FSWA Draft Review – March 20, 2013

On March 20, 2013, I participated in one of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association (“FSWA”) fantasy baseball leagues hosted on ESPN. I had the fortune of being in a league with some of the best minds in fantasy baseball including Patrick DiCaprio, Paul Greco, Ben Pritchett, A.J. Mass, and Josh Kay. This is a 12-team […]

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Fantasy Baseball: Mock Draft Review (March 15, 2013 – RotoWire Mock Draft Army)

On March 15, 2013, I participated in my second mock draft as part of the Mock Draft Army assembled by Howard Bender from Rotobuzzguy.com. This time, it was a 15-team mixed AL/NL 5×5 roto league, so rosters are not as loaded as they typically are in 12-team leagues. It was also only 21 rounds so […]

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Fantasy Baseball: Mock Draft Review (March 5, 2013 – RotoWire Mock Draft Army)

Fantasy Baseball Mock Draft – March 5, 2013 Howard Bender from Rotobuzzguy.com put together an army of fantasy baseball insiders and experts to do a series of mock drafts hosted on Mock Draft Central. The first of these drafts took place on Tuesday, March 5, 2013 with a 12-team standard 5×5 roto league format. I […]

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Fantasy Baseball Draft Review – KFFL Expert League (“BAD”)

Over the past few weeks, I have been participating in the KFFL Baseball Analysis Draft (“BAD”) with some of the top experts in the industry.  This 12-team, 5×5 roto league had a slow draft with two hour time limits per pick.  I had the sixth overall pick and went into the draft hoping to land […]

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On the Docket – June 19, 2012

Not guilty does not mean innocent After wasting a lot of taxpayers’ money, the U.S. Government was unable to prove that former MLB pitcher Roger Clemens perjured himself when he denied using performance enhancing drugs before Congress.  The jury acquitted him on all 21 counts in less than ten hours of deliberation.  The old saying is […]

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