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Podcast: Not So Lucky Luke Hochevar

March 7, 2014 | by RotoRob | Comments (0)
Bronson Arroyo is dealing with a back woe for the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Could Bronson Arroyo be facing his first ever DL stint? (Charlie Leight/azcentral sports)

RotoRob Fantasy Baseball Weekly Podcast, heard every Thursday at 9 p.m. EST on Blogtalkradio, was in full throttle mode this week, with RotoRob once again accompanied by Bob Raymond.

Among the topics the pair dissected were:

  • RotoRob reaches 3,625 articles!
  • Bob believes Wade Davis would be better served pitching out of the bullpen for the Royals.
  • We analyze Dennis Eckersley’s value as a starter compared to what he did as a reliever.
  • Why does Hanley Ramirez get blackballed as being injury prone, when Troy Tulowitzki is far worse?
  • RotoRob was so impressed by how Xander Bogaerts never had that deer in the headlights look on the big stage of the World Series.
  • The details of Johan Santana’s contract with the Orioles.
  • Bob is disappointed that the Tigers didn’t do a better job of replacing Andy Dirks in left field.
  • RotoRob recounts the pain that shin splints cause. Ouch!!
  • Could Jake Peavy have to start the season on the DL?
  • Youngster Ramon Flores showed a little something-something for the Yankees, but he’s buried behind a lot of outfield prospect in the organization.
  • We reminisce about how good Kevin Youkilis used to be before it all fell apart.

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2014 RotoRob MLB Draft Kit: Third Base Rankings

March 5, 2014 | by RotoRob | Comments (1)
Still, the normally injury prone player was able to set a career high by playing in 160 games. That’s the good news. The bad news is his overall work at the plate regressed. Longoria’s walk rate dipped for the second straight season and he never runs anymore. This former college star has enjoyed a fine career to date, but you can’t shake the feeling that he hasn’t had that true breakthrough yet. Is a 40-homer season coming one of these years? Well, he’ll need to stop the two-year trend of regressing extra-base pop first. Longoria is a no-nonsense player that will do whatever he can to be the best. Is 2014 the season he finally puts it all together?
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Podcast: Russell Wilson’s Florida Vacation

February 28, 2014 | by RotoRob | Comments (1)
fter a one-week Olympics-related absence, RotoRob Fantasy Baseball Weekly, heard every Thursday at 9 p.m. EST on Blogtalkradio, returned to infect the airways with our unique blend of Fantasy baseball intelligence and insight. Thanks again to guest RotoRob.com NBA writer Bob Raymond for lending his expertise to the show.
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Should Jeff Bagwell and Jack Clark be in the HoF?

February 25, 2014 | by RotoRob | Comments (0)
“The new metrics have a real important place, just don’t exaggerate them, and I think they get exaggerated at times. Like with Jack Morris, and maybe Bagwell.”
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2014 RotoRob MLB Draft Kit: Shortstop Rankings

February 21, 2014 | by RotoRob | Comments (2)
Tulowitzki is easily the most dangerous hitting shortstop in the game today. Despite the Coors Field stigma (which is somewhat true) Tulo is better than the field. His major issue is health. If you have owned him in the past, you know what we are saying. If Tulowitzki can actually stay on the field, 30 homers and 100 RBI are easily within his grasp. (Take a look at his mechanics in the video below to get an idea of his power.) His career OPS of 877 should be higher but health issues over the years has likely put a dent in it. While we don’t have the foresight to see that he will appear in 150+ games, we do know that if he does you will be a proud and contending owner. Tulowitzki is annually a slow starter but don’t lose faith because remember you drafted him high. After all, this dude’s career BABIP and OBP numbers would be great for a first baseman — never mind a middle infielder. Gamblers roll the dice and they don’t fear what hasn’t already happened.
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