Tag Archives: Brandon Morrow

Fantasy Baseball: Blog Wars Draft Review

On March 24, 2014, I participated in the Sons of Roto Blog Wars fantasy baseball auction draft. It is a 13-team, mixed AL/NL roto league with standard 5×5 categories hosted on Yahoo with some of the best writers in the industry. My roster is listed below with the prices I paid to obtain them. I […]

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Fantasy Baseball: TheFantasyFix.com Mock Draft Review

I recently participated in a fantasy baseball industry mock draft hosted by TheFantasyFix.com that was used for their terrific draft kit. This group I drafted with was a “who’s who” of the fantasy baseball world so I had to be on top of my game. It was a 15-team mixed Roto league with standard 5×5 […]

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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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Coach Dennis’s Diary: Fantasy Baseball – Running into a Hot Team

Coach Dennis’s Diary – Running into a Hot Team By: Dennis Esser (@coachesser) It appears that my luck (or lack thereof) has followed me from fantasy football into fantasy baseball.  I feel I drafted a very solid team, but my early season results have been nothing to write home about.   I drafted Ryan Braun with […]

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The Art of Fantasy Baseball: Finding Breakouts in 2013

The Art of Fantasy Baseball: Finding Breakouts in 2013 By: Jon Williams (@BigJonWilliams) A breakout player is not a sleeper in the traditional sense. A breakout player is already a solid fantasy baseball contributor. They are in all the magazines and no one has left them off the position rankings. You are happy to have […]

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Fantasy Baseball Rankings – Starting Pitchers (Part 2)

Fantasy Baseball Rankings – Starting Pitchers (Part 2) By: Kyle Brown (@CavghtLooking) After the elite crop of pitchers has been plucked from the draft, it is time to start targeting pitchers who have the potential to breakout. Selecting the pitcher who can go from afterthought to ace is one of the most important parts of […]

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