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Ted Sevransky of Covers.com joins Gabriel Morency to recap last nights National Championship game between the the UCONN Huskies and Kentucky Wildcats, and weighs in on Johnny Manziel. Then Pat Mayo and Gabe preview The Masters, covering favorites, first timers at Augusta and the best longshot bets.
The fine folks at Anthem Media (who you might recognize as being the company that owns us, SportsGrid, the site you’re reading right now) have launched the first-ever Fantasy Sports Network. The site is live. The television channel is live. You can start watching it right here, right now.
There is nothing worse than a dump trade in fantasy sports. Lenny Melnick and Tim McCullough talk about how such transactions drag down Fantasy Baseball leagues. The RotoExperts are on Sirius/XM Fantasy Sports Radio (Sirius 210, XM 87) weekdays from 6 to 11 am ET, Saturdays from 7 to 10 am ET and Sundays from 7 to 9 am ET.
Pat Mayo (@ThePME), Garion Thorne (@GarionThorne) & Tim Anderson (@TimAnderson87) unleash their first Pod-pourri Friday of the year covering a wide range of topics from: The Olympics, to Richie Incognito, to… Tinder.
This week, Anthem Media announced the coming launch of the first ever Fantasy Sports TV Network. Tony Cincotta and Mark Bloom discuss the impact of the historic announcement.
On Thursday, SportsGrid and RotoExperts were acquired by Anthem Media, with an eye on boosting the launch of the first-ever Fantasy Sports TV Network. You can read the press release here. Louis M. Maione, the founder and CEO of RotoExperts, joined Scott Engel and Adam Ronis to discuss the exciting endeavor that will fire up the entire fantasy industry.