I grew up in the Boston area, and worked in the Red Sox ticket office during the magical 2004 championship season. Since then, I've been a professional writer and editor in Washington, DC. I've been covering fantasy baseball and football for FantasyPros since 2017, and founded ROSrankings.com and the Rest of Season Rankings podcast in 2021. Prior to joining FantasyPros, I was a baseball columnist at Bleacher Report.
There are so many viable strategies to win in dynasty leagues, which is one of the reasons dynasty is the best way to play fantasy football. You can aim to win now or engage in a “Productive Struggle.” You can … read more »
by Fantasy in Mon, Feb 13
My favorite strategy in dynasty startups is to build a team that can win now and later, as I detailed in a previous article on the Superflex startup strategy. However, suppose the choice is between drafting a short-term contender or a team … read more »
by Fantasy in Sat, Feb 11
Everyone knows that QB is the most crucial position in football, but it took the fantasy game quite a while to reflect that reality. Superflex may not yet be the dominant format for casual players, but it is for the … read more »
by Fantasy in Wed, Feb 8
Welp, we were bound to get one of these bad injury weeks eventually. But it couldn’t have come at a much worse time, with the fantasy playoffs just around the corner. Let’s not sugarcoat it: Week 13 was a bloodbath, … read more »
by Fantasy in Mon, Dec 5
Thanksgiving Week is always a special one on the NFL calendar. Being around friends and/or family, it links fantasy matchups of seasons past to specific memories in a way other weeks of the season don’t. That said, it also helps … read more »
by Fantasy in Mon, Nov 28
I won’t lie, Week 11 was looking a little light on key takeaways initially. It was another week of stagnant offense for many teams across the league — and the fantasy squads built around them. You know it’s not a … read more »
by Fantasy in Mon, Nov 21
Week 10 was, undoubtedly, the wildest installment of NFL football yet in 2022. From a fantasy perspective, it was dominated by the uncertain game-day status of three signal-callers: Josh Allen, Kyler Murray and Matthew Stafford. Murray and Stafford were scheduled … read more »
by Fantasy in Mon, Nov 14
If you’re like me, you spend a good portion of your week staring at your fantasy lineup, stewing over who to start/sit and gaming out your odds of victory. But sometimes, none of that planning and obsessing ends up mattering … read more »
by Fantasy in Mon, Nov 7
Teoscar Hernandez was forced to leave Monday's game with a sprained wrist.
SportsnetTue, Jun 18
Adam Jones was forced to leave Tuesday's game with an apparent injury.
Nick Piecoro on TwitterWed, Jun 5
Framber Valdez will replace Corbin Martin in the Astros' rotation and start against the Orioles on Saturday.
Houston ChronicleWed, Jun 5
Dee Gordon has resumed baseball activity and could rejoin the team after playing in a couple rehab games later this week, according to Mariners manager Scott Servais.
The News TribuneTue, Jun 4
Hunter Strickland successfully completed a 20-pitch bullpen session on Monday as he continues to progress is his recovery from a right lat strain.
MLB.comTue, Jun 4
Spencer Turnbull has been activated from the bereavement list and will make his next start on Friday in Atlanta.
Jason Beck on TwitterThu, May 30
Byron Buxton suffered a bruised right knee in Tuesday's contest and is considered day-to-day.
Betsy Helfand on TwitterWed, May 29
Pedro Strop (hamstring) will make the second of two scheduled Triple-A rehab appearances on Thursday, and barring any issues, he should return to the Cubs' bullpen this weekend.
Jesse Rogers of TwitterWed, May 29
Angels manager Brad Ausmus indicated that he will stick with the same lineup on Thursday following Wednesday's postponement, meaning Shohei Ohtani will again be on the bench.
Rhett Bollinger on TwitterThu, May 23