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Podcast: Chicks Dig the Long Ball

April 11, 2014 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off
Jonathan Villar crushed a dinger for the Houston Astros.
Jonathan Villar hit a mammoth shot on Thursday.

RotoRob Fantasy Baseball Weekly Podcast, heard every Thursday at 9 p.m. EST, was back again this week, this time featuring the long-time MIA Tim McLeod, RotoRob.com MLB Editor. Naturally, BTR was its usual uncooperative self to begin the show, but once we shook off that shaky opening, we rocked the airwaves.

Among the topics we broached:

  • Yet another cursed RotoRob-Tim BTR moment to kick the show off.
  • On the plus side, with BTR’s guest lines getting screwed up, we didn’t have any crank callers this week. No Jimmy from New Jersey? What a shame.
  • Starlin Castro is suddenly on a hitting rampage.
  • We bemoan the slew of injuries to major players already with the anticipation of many more to come.
  • Josh Hamilton looked like he was more than all the way back through the first eight games of the season.
  • Kole Calhoun has job security for the next couple of months, albeit, in a weaker lineup in which he may not be driven in as often as normal.
  • Matt Moore didn’t look good early on, and now we know why.
  • Will David Price be dealt given his contract situation?
  • We discuss Bud Selig’s latest bonehead move to help mar the 40th anniversary of Hank Aaron’s record breaking blast.
  • Tim reminds of us Babe Ruth’s well-known history with drinking.
  • Dan Straily has looked really good so far, emerging as a must-own Fantasy asset.
  • Ian Desmond has his power game going, but so far, where’s the speed?
  • RotoRob slaps himself for setting Tim up for a slam-dunk pun.
  • We provide advice to those looking to spend money chasing saves.
  • We both really like what we’ve seen out of Anthony Rendon so far this season.
  • Tim won’t be surprised if Pedro Alvarez smokes 40-to-45 dingers this year.
  • RotoRob is already throwing the Mets’ promises of being a 90-win team back in their faces.

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2014 RotoRob MLB Draft Kit: Top 65 Prospects, Part II

April 9, 2014 | by RotoRob | Comments (1)
Some think Frazier is the Indians’ second best prospect, but we want to see what he does at full-season ball before bumping him up more. Still, he didn’t skip a beat moving to pro ball, and is a serious high end talent in a system that lacks depth. The right-handed hitting Frazier showed no vulnerability against righties, recording an 875 OPS en route to being named an AZL Post-Season All-Star. So far, Frazier has been durable, but like many young hitters, needs to improve his contact rates. There may not have been a better source of power in last year’s draft than this kid, so it will be exciting to see what kind of home run totals he can amass as he moves up the ladder.
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The Wire Troll: The Return of the Closer Carousel

April 6, 2014 | by Tim McLeod | Comments (4)
He built on that strong performance with a great spring and surprised many by claiming a spot in the Jay’s rotation out of Spring Training. In his debut Tuesday against the Rays he pitched 5 1/3 shutout innings with four punchouts. Hutchison’s Tommy John surgery is now well in the rear-view mirror so cough up a few of those FAAB dollars and enjoy the ride.
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Podcast: Chris Johnson Rips Open Pitcher’s Duel

April 4, 2014 | by RotoRob | Comments (0)
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.
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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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