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Name: The RotoFeed
Description: The RotoFeed is an ad-free, totally free RSS service that aggregates all the best fantasy baseball blogs, columns and podcasts into a single, real-time feed. RotoFeed puts hundreds of news bites on rotisserie baseball on a single pane of glass.
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Date Added: 2007-04-07 13:46:34
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DraftKings Line Up – Week Eight

Offseason Outlook: Pittsburgh Pirates

Led by outstanding seasons from Andrew McCutchen, Russell Martin and

Howie Kendrick: Still Fallback Plan, Not Target

It was a good year to be a Howie Kendrick owner. The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim second baseman hit for a quality batting average (.293), as usual. That rate stat has kind of come to define him, though. The fact that he accumulated a career-high...

Pirates Acquire Sellers, Designate Axford And Gomez

The Pirates have announced that they’ve acquired shortstop Justin Sellers from the Indians for cash considerations. They’ve also designated relievers

Week In Review: 10/18/14 - 10/24/14

Here’s a look back at this week at MLBTR. Extended Phillies - OF Grady Sizemore (one year), P

Prospect Report: Can Randal Grichuk Emerge As A Starter In St. Louis?

by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) When Randal Grichuk was sent to the Cardinals as part of the David Freese trade, little was thought of the move. St. Louis already had a lot of young outfielders, so why should we expect anything to come of

Yadier Molina: The Most Overrated Catcher in 2015

Yadier Molina receives almost as much praise as any player in the game for his seemingly unparalleled abilities to call games, limit base runners, and his efforts in leading the Cardinals to four straight NLCS appearances.  Despite the spending ...

Los Angeles Dodgers 2015 Top Fantasy Prospects

The prospect staff at Fake Teams continues their fantasy prospect rankings and system reviews with an in-depth look at the Los Angeles Dodgers. Just like last year, the prospect staff here at Fake Teams will be taking an in-depth look at e...

Misconceptions Week 8: Long Live DeMarco!

Lot of nonsense being thrown around. Lets get into what you should be ignoring and paying attention to! I was having lunch the other day when I heard some people around me talking about fantasy football. A great lunchtime conversation topi...

Miguel Cabrera, Adam Wainwright Undergo Surgery

Two of the game’s biggest stars, Miguel Cabrera and Adam Wainwright, u...

Royals Designate Liam Hendriks For Assignment

The Royals have designated righty Liam Hendriks for assignment, according to the MLB.com transactions page. Presumably, the move creates space for

Victor Martinez To Seek Four-Year Deal

Victor Martinez is coming off perhaps the finest season of his career at age 35, but age won’t stop the designated hitter from pursuing a four-year contract on the open market,

Kevin Towers Likely To Join Reds' Front Office

Former Diamondbacks general manager Kevin Towers is expected to join the Reds’ front office to work with close friend Walt Jocketty in the near future, sources tell ESPN’s Buster Olney (Twitter link). The 52-year-old Towers was remov...

Royals Claim Moises Sierra From White Sox

The Royals have claimed outfielder Moises Sierra off outright waivers from the White Sox, according to MLB.com’s Scott Merkin (Twitter link). Additionally, the Sox have outrigh...

Offseason Outlook: Tampa Bay Rays

There’s a new man in charge but the mantra remains the same: do more with less.  The Rays will trot out the lowest payroll in the AL East once again and after a sub-.500 season Matt Silverman is charged with the task of getting them back...

Latest On Joe Maddon

Joe Maddon shocked many people by opting out of his contract with the Rays today and has now become the most coveted managerial free agent in recent history. While early speculation was that he’d follow former GM Andrew Friedman to the Dod...

DraftKings Garbage Pail Kids: Week 8

Analysis by Matt Rittle This weekend DraftKings appears to have returned to the softness of pricing that they used on their first Millionaire maker weekend. Perhaps...

The Daily Divide: Week 8

Argument…er…Analysis by Matt Rittle and Nathan Powell Editor’s Note: Matt and Nathan are two of my favorite guys on Twitter (and if you ever get asked to “follow back...

Free Agent Profile: Alex Rios

Alex Rios‘ up-and-down career trend continued in 2014, with an ill-timed replacement-level performance.  The Rangers declined the outfielder’s club option, putting the 11-year veteran on the free agent market for the first time in hi...

Kolten Wong Has Streaky Season, As Rookies Often Do

On the surface, Kolten Wong didn’t have the most exciting 2014. The 24-year-old’s season was a serious rollercoaster, as I discussed in my column on him over the All-Star Break. Sitting here at the end of the season, it’s hard to...

Dynasty Fantasy Football: 2015 Wide Receiver Outlook 1.0

Analysis by Josh Collacchi You’ve gotten DFS coverage at Project Roto, you have redraft coverage at Project Roto. What’s missing? Dynasty fantasy football. Not to worry,...

Orioles Outright Steve Johnson

1:37pm: Johnson will be a free agent, Roch Kubatko of MASNsports.com tweets. Baltimore hopes to sign him to a minor league deal, however, while he continues to rehab his shoulder. 1:12pm: The Orioles have outrighted right-hander 

MLB Trade Rumors Podcast: Episode 3

On the third episode of the MLB Trade Rumors Podcast, Jeff Todd runs down the transactional news from the week (1:20) before being joined by Angels assistant GM Matt Klentak (2:07), who talks about the state of the Halos as they look to supple...

Jake Peavy's release point (in)consistency

The Giants right-hander has had some adventures with his release point this season. Jake Peavy has had almost two different seasons. In one season, as a member of the

Joe Maddon Opts Out Of Contract With Rays

12:29pm: Maddon’s agent, Alan Nero, tells Topkin (Twitter link) that he expects Maddon will manage a team in 2015. Friedman tells Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times (via Twitter) that his new team, the Dodgers, will not be among the s...

Fantasy Goodfellas Podcast Week 8

Armando Marsal and Justin Lonero sit with Jacob Rickrode to discuss DFS starts and sits. watch.0.html

NFL Cheatsheets and Analysis – Week Eight

Kipper Snacked, Value Whacked

Kipnis ranked 14th among second basemen in Colonel Sanders’ rankings, ahead of Omar Infante and behind Kolten Wong. Jason Kipnis came into the season as Rotographs’ No. 1 fantasy second baseman, and in that regard the season was a pretty big d...

Offseason Outlook: Seattle Mariners

Fresh off the largest signing in franchise history — and the third largest in MLB history — the Mariners came within one game of a Wild Card playoff berth. They’ll look to improve upon their 87 wins and set their sights closer t...

College Football Cheatsheet & Analysis: Week 9

Cheatsheet and Analysis by Pat James Grab this week’s cheatsheet (click the big blue button that says “Week 9 CFB Cheatsheet”). Follow Pat on Twitter

No Puns For Ian Kinsler

After yesterday’s mostly unpopular Chase Utley pun, I’m going to play the old politician’s card and stick to the facts. Right, “facts.” In any case, here we have a guy named Ian Kinsler, one who developed a bit of a i...

Stacks Upon Stacks

Analysis by Justin Bales Daily fantasy football is all about optimizing your lineups; finding the best stack, using contrarian plays, etc. One of the best...

Dodgers Hire Andrew Friedman As President Of Baseball Operations

OCTOBER 24: Friedman will earn a record-setting $35MM over a five-year term, ESPN.com’s Buster Olney reports via Twitter. The contract also includes incentive mechanisms, per Olney. OCTOBER 14: The Rays and Dodgers have announced the fra...

A Minor (League) Review of 2014: Rockies and Padres

Welcome to the annual series: ‘A Minor (League) Review of 20__.” This series is a great way to receive a quick recap of the 2014 minor league season for your favorite club(s), while also receiving a brief look toward the 2015 season and beyond...

Avoid Free Swinging Salvador Perez

There is no doubt that Salvador Perez plays a valuable role for the Kansas City Royals as they attempt to win their first World Series since 1985.  He also provided solid fantasy value to his owners in 2014 with 17 home runs and a respectable .2...

Fantasy Football: Week 8 Rankings, Start/Sit, and Sleepers

The fantasy football writers here at Fake Teams want to help you win your leagues this season. Here are our Week 8 rankings, sleepers, start and sit advice, waiver wire advice and some players to target/sell in trades after Week 7. We hope...

Prospect Report: Is Addison Russell A Must Stash Option In All Formats?

by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) We all know the type of prospect Addison Russell is, but he could be moving positions? Bruce Levine recently sent the following Tweet: “Theo on Shortstops – Told Addison Russsell to get ready to ...

The ‘Little Things’

Inside Edge has developed a metric to collect all the things that simply don't show up in the box score.

2015 Fantasy Dynasty Shortstop Rankings

As rough as second base is offensively, shortstop might be even worse. The top options at the position are still relatively sexy, but they all come with their own drawbacks. After the top five you get into players with low upside or prospects that...

Kris Bryant, 2015 Fantasy Outlook

Okay, so I'm basically going to have to do a post for every Cubs prospect. They have me prospiqued. I've been knocked on the head and no one can find any smelling salts, so they're holding Cubs prospects under my nose. A Nubian genie is offerin...

2015 fantasy baseball profile: Travis d’Arnaud

Travis d’Arnaud will be in the mix for a top 5 catcher spot in 2015 Travis d’Arnaud was a highly touted prospect before his big league debut. He was a consensus top 20 prospect in the game and was ranked as the #6 overall prospect i...

AL Notes: Provas, Beimel, Correa, Shields, Royals

Sad news today out of Chicago, as longtime White Sox scout Paul Provas passed away from brain cancer at age 63. As Mark Gonzales of the Chicago Tribune reports, Provas had been scouting for the South Siders since 1993 after doing the same for th...

Week 8 D/ST Rankings

Your defense is on bye? Can't decide between two defenses? Check out the rankings and see which defenses Jacob Adler recommends for fantasy this week. Team Defense/Special Teams Opponent

NL West Notes: Sandoval, Minniti, Geaney, Rockies

The Giants, unsurprisingly, plan to make third baseman Pablo Sandoval a qualifying offer after the season,

The FanDuel Smackdown: Cash Game Locks

Analysis by Jason Bales In my previous article, I discussed some top plays and value plays for GPPs (tournament games). That is generally where I focus...

RotoGraphs Audio: The Sleeper and the Bust 10/23/2014

Episode 175 The latest episode of “The Sleeper and the Bust” is live! Zach Sanders and Nicholas Minnix talk end-of-season second basemen rankings, which went up on Monday, as well as what they think of 2015 prospects for some of those second b...

Phillies Avoid Arbitration With Cesar Jimenez

The Phillies have agreed to a one-year deal to avoid arbitration with lefty Cesar Jimenez, the club announced. Terms were not made available, though MLBTR’s Matt Swartz

Phillies Extend Grady Sizemore For 2015

The Phillies have agreed to a one-year, $2MM extension with Grady Sizemore that will keep the outfielder in Philadelphia for 2015, the club announced. Sizemore’s contract includes performance incentives that could boost its value to $5MM, p...

Blue Jays Begin Contract Talks With Melky Cabrera

The Blue Jays are hopeful to retain Melky Cabrera and have opened preliminary discussions with his representatives at the Legacy Agency,

Luis Valbuena: Bueno, or No?

This is an article about Luis Valbuena. What follows might be rendered moot if Kris Bryant wins the Cubs’ third base job out of spring training next year. Even if Bryant doesn’t do so, he’s probably not long for Triple-A ball, an...

Week 8 Rankings

Up next in defensive shifting: five-man infields?

Listen, my children, and you shall hear / Of the groundballing ways of Ben Revere Bringing an outfielder into the infield is rare, but it does happen. It tends to be based on the fielders and the situation, and not the batter at the plat...

NL East Links: Kaneko, Cuddyer, Ricciardi, Braves

Japanese right-hander Chihiro Kaneko is visiting the United States to get a first-hand look at the atmosphere of Major League Baseball by visiting the World Series, according to Yahoo Sports Japan (

The FanDuel SmackDown

Analysis by Jason Bales Since I’m new to ProjectRoto this week, I’d like to start out by introducing myself. As an advocate of statistics and...

A Minor (League) Review of 2014: Cardinals, Pirates, Brewers

Welcome to the annual series: ‘A Minor (League) Review of 20__.” This series is a great way to receive a quick recap of the 2014 minor league season for your favorite club(s), while also receiving a brief look toward the 2015 season and beyond...

“Perusing the Perimeter” Week 8 Blog

Are the Giants a modern-day baseball dynasty?

It's difficult to reach the World Series, let alone do it in three out of five seasons like the Giants have. How does their five-year streak stack up in baseball history? When the term "dynasty" is used, certain teams come immediately to m...

Braves To Name John Hart President Of Baseball Operations

10:58am: The Braves have officially announced the move, adding that Hart signed a three-year contract which will run through the 2017 season — the first in their new stadium, SunTrust Park. “I’m delighted that John Hart has agreed ...

Pirates Sign Josh Stinson

Here are today’s minor moves from around the league… The Pirates announced that they have signed right-hander Josh Stinson to a minor league contract that contains in invitation to Major League Spring Training. The Moye Sports client...

Mango ChUtley

Chase Utley entered the season with two big questions to answer – could he stay healthy and how hard would age related decline bite? The answers turned out to be yes (good!) and pretty hard (not so good). Despite that, Utley turned in $15 of...

Blue Jays Receiving Calls On Adam Lind

Blue Jays first baseman/DH Adam Lind has drawn interest from a number of teams, including National League clubs, reports Bob Elliott of the Toronto Sun. O...

What Happened to Aaron Hill?

Since his 2007 semi-breakout performance, Aaron Hill has been an enigma. In fact, he’s run the gambit from being really good, mediocre and bad from a fantasy perspective over those years. Unfortunately, Hill owners got the bad version this y...

Week 8 Start Em, Sit Em

Armando once again has provided his weekly starts and sits to alleviate the stress that fantasy owners go through while finalizing their lineups. Armando Marsal Fantasy Writer Teams on bye: 49ers and

Will Scooter Gennett Develop Into A Viable Fantasy Option In 2015?

by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) It was obvious that Gennett was the preferred second base option over Rickie Weeks last season, and chances are he’s going to be handed the full-time job in 2015. Does that make him a player we want to...

Chris Iannetta: One of my Favorite Players

The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have a lot of tremendous fantasy options, most notably the great Mike Trout, but one of my favorite Angels is Chris Iannetta.  I am a fan of his because Iannetta has fantastic plate discipline. Chris Iannetta ha...

Week 8 Tight End Rankings

Julius Thomas had his first game without a TD last week, but does that mean he isn't the top ranked TE for week 8? Robert gives you his TE rankings for week 8 to find out. Well week 8 is going to be starting here soon, so it is time to ma...

Did Adam Dunn Ruin Baseball?

Here's a defense of the approach that emphasizes the duel between pitcher and batter.

Early 2015 Fantasy Shortstop Rankings

Continuing with our early 2015 positional rankings, we move on to my beloved shortstop position. As I explained before revealing my previous early 2015 rankings, what you can expect to find in this series is rankings, key positional eligibility c...

Joc Pederson, 2015 Fantasy Outlook

The other day I said that Jorge Soler was going to be your top rookie in 2015 fantasy baseball. Big words from a little man. At least I am a man, and not just an italicized voice. Joc Pederson would've been the top rookie if I saw the Dodgers c...


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