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Podcast: Chris Johnson Rips Open Pitcher’s Duel

April 4, 2014 | by RotoRob | Comments (0)
Chris Archer has been signed to a long-term extension by the Tampa Bay Rays.
Chris Archer is pretty stoked about his new mega extension. (tbo.com)

After a couple of weeks off because of March Madness, we were back in action this week on RotoRob Fantasy Baseball Weekly Podcast, heard every Thursday at 9 p.m. EST on Blogtalkradio. This week, MLB Writer Josh Johnson joined RotoRob, and other than some freaky crank calls, things went brilliantly for our first Podcast since the 2014 MLB regular season got underway.

Among the bases we covered were:

  • RotoRob reminisces about the Vikings’ sex cruise.
  • Chris Johnson is likely headed for a career-year, RBI-wise, batting cleanup for the Braves.
  • Aaron Harang sure looked good in his season debut.
  • We map out Clayton Kershaw’s situation and when we might expect to see him again.
  • Regardless of his opponent, all Adrian Gonzalez does is produce.
  • It’s hard to imagine a scenario in which the Dodgers and Cardinals don’t go head-to-head in the NLCS again.
  • RotoRob projects that expanded instant replay will soon lead to our lives being completely monitored by robots. Or something like that…
  • Could Jose Fernandez take advantage of Kershaw’s back woes to swoop in there and steal the NL Cy Young?
  • Emilio Bonifacio continued his torrid start.
  • The Nats wrapped up a sweep at Citi Field.
  • After earning the save on Opening Day, Matt Lindstrom came back to earth.
  • Matt Wieters snapped a 1-for-16 skid against Felix Doubrount.
  • Jason Kubel as the Twins’ DH? Really?

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NBA Today: Washington Wizards Playoff Bound

April 3, 2014 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off
Not only has he finally stayed completely healthy, but his outside game has really matured. Unfortunately, that’s come at a cost as he’s not getting to the line as often. Wall’s modest block numbers have also dipped, but with a career high in both points and dimes, he’s finally emerged as an elite point guard. It took him until season No. 4, but the speedster is finally going to taste postseason play.
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Odds on Who Will Win Next Season’s Super Bowl

April 2, 2014 | by RotoRob | Comments (0)
Now the early odds have been put out by bookmakers and there is at least some consolation for Seattle in that it has been installed as favourites to win it again. Some of the online bookies are offering just 6/1 on Seattle, and this no doubt means lots of American football betting fans will be rushing to place their Seahawks bets, but they are far from the only side in the running, if the odds are to be believed.
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San Diego Padres Fantasy Report: Carlos Quentin Hurt Again

April 1, 2014 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off
Beyond Quentin, the Padres have more than their share of injuries to start the season, which makes those dark horse predictions a bit tough to swallow. There’s no doubt that even with their modest US$89 million payroll, the Padres have a chance to flirt with .500 or perhaps even surprise with 85 or so wins this season, but should they fall into a hole early, it’s going to be too difficult to sneak up on anyone.
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2014 RotoRob MLB Draft Kit: Top 65 Prospects, Part I

March 31, 2014 | by RotoRob | Comments (1)
All told, Edwards racked up a whopping 155 strikeouts in 116 1/3 IP. Part of a suddenly exciting cadre of young Cubs’ talent getting ready to descend upon the majors, he needs to add weight if he’s going to have the durability to last as a starter, but we still like him a bit more than some prospect experts. We love that Edwards has a nice groundball rate, as that will stead him well as he moves up the ladder and is unable to blow the ball by more advanced hitters as often. Obviously, he can’t be fully judged until he fills out, but we will learn a lot more about this kid this year when he tackles Double-A. Still, so far he looks like a serious steal considering the Rangers nabbed the righty in the 48th round in 2011.
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