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by Will Overton The playoff race is heating up in real baseball, while in fantasy baseball the championship run is about to hit high gear as we close in on the last week of the season. Chances are if you are competing for that title in your league you may have a good idea of who did what in baseball last night, but if you missed it we have you covered with our top 10 stories (read more...)

by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) Just hours before the start of Week 3 I know many people have questions running through their heads. Who should I start? Who should I sit? Let’s take a look at how some of the recent news changes things: Christine Michael – Running Back – Seattle Seahawks With Thomas Rawls listed as doubtful and unlikely to play, Michael appears primed to operate as the lead back in what should be a (read more...)

Are you following @Rotoprofessor on Twitter? If not you should be, as we Tweet out all the important bullpen notes every morning from the previous day’s games. Who is in jeopardy of losing their job? Who is worth the speculative add? Here are this morning tweets (Please note we won’t be posting these on the website every day, so make sure you follow @Rotoprofessor to ensure you don’t miss a thing): CIN: Iglesias would’ve been in (read more...)

by Ray Kuhn To say things have gotten bleak for Jay Bruce would be an understatement. Since acquiring him at the trade deadline, the Mets have been forced to sit the outfielder multiple times as he attempts to find his groove. It hasn’t happened yet, and on Tuesday Eric Campbell pinch hit for him in the eighth inning. Bruce was then given another day on Wednesday, but he did enter the game as a pinch hitter. It shouldn’t be (read more...)

Are you following @Rotoprofessor on Twitter? If not you should be, as we Tweet out all the important bullpen notes every morning from the previous day’s games. Who is in jeopardy of losing their job? Who is worth the speculative add? Here are this morning tweets (Please note we won’t be posting these on the website every day, so make sure you follow @Rotoprofessor to ensure you don’t miss a thing): ARI: So much for 9th (read more...)

by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) In order to be active on the waiver wire you have to be willing to cut bait on someone sitting on your bench.  Sometimes that decision is easy, but that’s not always the case.  Here are three players who had been viewed as potential contributors this season that we’d be willing to move on from at this point.  At the very least, consider them on the verge of being disposable (read more...)

by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) Jake Arrieta was dominant against the Cardinals, tossing 7.0 shutout innings allowing 5 H and 1 BB, striking out 10, in what was his first double-digit strikeout game since June 17.  Maikel Franco is once against starting to show his power, going 2-4 with 1 HR, 1 RBI and 1 R (his second straight game with a home run).  Drew Pomeranz had a strong bounce back performance, allowing 1 ER (read more...)

by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) Trying to decide who you should start or sit this week? Let’s take a look at a few potential decisions owners have and try to sort through them: Quarterbacks Start – Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons – at New Orleans While the New Orleans Saints have somehow allowed just 1 passing TD, it seems like it’s only a matter of time before that number increases significantly.  After all, they have allowed the (read more...)

Week 3 Rankings (2016): Top 15 Defenses
Fri, Sep 23, 2016 Category: FOOTBALL
by Ray Kuhn With two weeks of the football season in the books, we are beginning to get they lay of the land. The sample size is still small and results must be adjusted for the quality of the competition, but things are beginning to get a little clearer. We know which offenses to target and who the strong defenses are. With that in mind, let’s take a look at how they rank for this week: Seattle (read more...)

by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) Thursday games are often tricky, because there isn’t necessarily a reason to take any undue risks with questionable options (which could set you back and spoil your week).  Who are the borderline players that should be in lineups?  Who should be sat down?  Let’s take a look at the skill players taking the field tonight and try to answer those questions: New England Patriots Chris Hogan – Wide Receiver He was a (read more...)