Ever since I was 13, I've been a huge fantasy sports junkie. Football, basketball, baseball...I follow them all! Competition is what drives my love behind fantasy. I do have a fondness for sports, but the drive to succeed is really the motivating factor behind that passion. As far as my education and career are concerned, I graduated from Nova Southeastern University with a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration and currently a Customer Service Specialist for FantasyPros. I also used to write sports articles for a South Florida magazine named "Good News," and I have also been published by FantasySharks, the Delaware North Newsletter, and FantasyPros (before working here).
The NBA Moratorium has come and gone, and now players can officially sign with their team of choice. Free agency never truly begins until LeBron ...
by Fantasy in Wed, Jul 11
We rediscovered Rich Hill. The Pirates must press on without their one-legged shortstop. Despite clinching a playoff spot, the Cardinals may not be the ...
by Fantasy in Mon, Sep 21
The Cubs' real ace ain't Jon Lester. The Kershaw-Greinke combo is just ridiculousness. A Matt Harvey innings-limit makes Mets' fans hysterical. We witnessed the ...
by Fantasy in Mon, Sep 14
The Mets experienced an offensive explosion at the "Wright" time. Do the Red Sox wish they never signed "Han-Ram"? Is vintage Verlander officially back? Both ...
by Fantasy in Mon, Aug 31
A "Giant" ace shows off a big bat to match. Where there's a "Will," there's a way to move to a hitter-friendly park. Ex-Philly ...
by Fantasy in Mon, Aug 24
Michael Brantley went 3-for-6 with two runs, a solo-shot homer, one strikeout, and one stolen bases in Thursday's matchup against the White Sox.
Max Scherzer allowed three earned runs on five hits and two walks while striking out 13 over seven innings, leaving with the no-decision against the Mets.
Michael Conforto went 1-for-3 with three walks, a strikeout, and a two-run home run in Thursday's game against the Nationals.
Jay Bruce went 2-for-4 with two RBIs, a solo-shot homer, and two walks in Thursday's game against the Nationals.
Jason Vargas earned two runs on three hits and two walks while striking out eight, leaving with the no-decision against the Nationals.
Adam Eaton went 2-for-3 with one run, one RBI, and a walk in Tuesday's win over Miami.
Trea Turner went 2-for-4 on Tuesday with one run, one RBI, a walk after getting hit by a pitch, and a strikeout in Tuesday's win over the Marlins.
Austin Gomber allowed just one run on six hits and three walks, while striking out five over five innings to earn the win over the Braves on Tuesday.
Raisel Iglesias walked one and struck out three in a hitless inning on Tuesday against the Brewers to earn his 28th save.
Yovani Gallardo allowed three runs on eight hits and three walks while striking out three over five innings, getting the loss against Tampa Bay on Tuesday.
Dwyane Wade PG,SG, MIA (59)
Robert Griffin QB, BAL (55)
Chris Bosh PF,C, FA (36)
Hassan Whiteside C, MIA (32)
Mario Chalmers PG,SG, FA (28)
Luol Deng SF,PF, MIN (26)
Jordan Reed TE, WAS (25)
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When I was 14, I went to the American Airlines Arena to see Dwyane Wade's first playoff game in 2004 against the Hornets. I'll never forget his game-winning, running jumper over Jamaal Magliore's arm to finish the game 81-79. Seeing that live gave me a feeling of high hopes and expectations surrounding one athlete, that I hadn't experienced before and that moment was truly a sign of the eventual prowess he would put on display!
"The Blind Side" just left me bawling when Michael Oher got drafted :')