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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.
The second half of the MLB season is here, which means more trade talk but also early preparation for Fantasy Football drafts. This week, @allinkid tackles the Twitterverse to tell you what to do about Rob Gronkowski, whether you should expect more from Yoenis Cespedes, if Matt Garza’s value will be affected by a trade and even… laundry?
Matthew Berry, also known as The Talented Mr. Roto for his expertise in the world of fantasy sports, wrote an article for the Huffington Post about the top five fantasy cheaters of all time. The article was a collection of stories fans had told him through the years, and one of them really stood out above all the others.
Matthew Berry’s new book, “Fantasy Life” (www.fantasylifethebook.com) is unlike anything else you have ever read about fantasy sports. The man known as “The Talented Mr. Roto” stopped by to talk with Scott Engel and Adam Ronis about the unique, passionate tales found in the pages of his new release.
As was reported first on SI.com today, I am thrilled to announce that my web property SportsGrid.com will become the building block for a major fantasy sports media company led by industry leader RotoExperts. More information after the jump.
The Daytona 500 gets underway at 1:30 p.m., after James Franco(?!) tells the drivers to start their engines and Ray Lewis waves the green flag, signaling go time. And that means you don’t have much time left to size up the drivers involved. But if you’re in need of some last-minute tips on which drivers to favor (and which ones not to) today, Adam Ansell of RotoExperts.com is here to help. Below, his top 30 drivers to look out for on the track today.