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RotoExperts’ new Fantasy podcast features Fantasy Sports Writers Association Hall of Famer Scott “The King” Engel and professional baseball player Rusty Ryal (Philadelphia Phillies). Rusty goes deep inside the numbers to predict the forward-looking production of hot topic players such as Alfredo Simon, David Wright and Wilin Rosario. He also gives in-depth scouting reports on Gregory Polanco and Matt Davidson. The guys also start talking Fantasy Football for 2014. Listen here.
David Wright is known as “Captain America.” He is also the face of the Mets franchise. The veteran third baseman talked to Scott Engel about having Curtis Granderson hitting behind him this year, the promising young faces in the organization, and much more.
Over the last few days, the hot corner has been the location for breaking news. Unfortunately for the Padres and Mets, it has not been good news. What it all means for the fast-approaching fantasy baseball season, after the jump.
Friday night featured a full slate of relatively boring NBA action and not much else, but a couple of big stories emerged among the clutter of Indiana at Sacramento, Phoenix at Toronto, and so forth. In a week where we had two winners of the $550 million Powerball jackpot, two more people were able to cash in for no good reason in a big way.
With the MLB All-Star game only hours away, I felt now was as good a time as any to air my hardball grievances. Bud Selig, take notes.
Mets Owner Fred Wilpon Is Going To Get In A Lot Of Trouble For Saying Hurtful Things That Are All True
In this week’s New Yorker, Fred Wilpon ripped some of the best players on the baseball team he owns. He will catch hell for it. Here’s why he shouldn’t.
The Philadelphia crowd’s reaction to news of Osama bin Laden’s death at last night’s Phillies-Mets game is already turning into a signature moment…one that, initially, eluded the actual teams.