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About Andy Schmidt - RotoBaller

Andy is a baseball fanatic who has been playing fantasy sports for the last decade. He watches way too much baseball around the Midwest including the Cubs, Royals and Brewers. If there is a baseball game on, he is likely sitting in front of his computer or television watching or listening to it.
Andy Schmidt - RotoBaller has written 30 articles so far, you can find them below.

Today is most teams' Opening Day for the 2014 Major League Baseball season. In this space, I'm going to list for fantasy owners three players to start, and three you should consider sitting based on matchups.  Here are your top three Starts/Sits for March 31:   Start 'Em for Today Nelson Cruz, Orioles - Cruz... Read More

Who is Khris Davis? The Milwaukee Brewers needed someone to take over in left field last season after Ryan Braun was suspended for the last 65 games of the season. That player turned out to be Khris Davis, and his 2013 output has allowed the Brewers to move Braun to right field this season. Davis has the... Read More

Who is Mike Moustakas? The career of Mike Moustakas hasn’t exactly gone the way that he would have liked. The third baseman burst onto the scene in 2011 and was supposed to be the Kansas City Royals’ future at the position. After two full seasons that weren’t great, Moustakas came into spring training this season looking to... Read More

The first week of spring training has been an eventful one in two major ways for the Kansas City Royals. There is the story about Mike Moustakas and his hot start at the plate, and pitcher Luke Hochevar is out for the season after hurting his elbow and needing Tommy John surgery. Here are the... Read More

The first week of spring training games have come and gone. The Milwaukee Brewers are seeing a player with a chip on his shoulder in Ryan Braun, and a pitcher who has some work to do in Matt Garza. Here is a look at how those two stories impact fantasy owners right now, with three... Read More

The 2014 season is one in which the Kansas City Royals are going to be expected to produce. If that is going to happen, though, Billy Butler is going to need to have a big season. Butler had a breakout 2012 with 29 home runs and 107 RBI, but he took a huge step back... Read More

  Fantasy Baseball Draft Strategy for Non-5x5 Leagues The time of the year has come for fantasy baseball owners to get ready for the 2014 season. That means preparing for the many different kinds of drafts that are out there and that includes head-to-head or roto leagues that include more than just the standard 5x5... Read More

Every season begins the same for most prospects on major league rosters. It is all hoping for an eye-opening Spring Training performance so they can move up or finally make it to the big-league level. The Kansas City Royals have got a few players who are beginning to knock on the door, and some will... Read More

While there is still a lot of snow on the ground in the Midwest, the time has come for spring training to begin. The Milwaukee Brewers have reported to Maryvale Baseball Park in Phoenix, with pitchers and catchers reporting on Feb. 15 and position players reporting on Feb. 21 to begin preparing for the 2014... Read More

There is no doubt that it was a lost season in 2013 for the Milwaukee Brewers, and things are going to have to change in one form or another sooner rather than later. That means getting some contributions of the minor league system. There are five players in particular that could make themselves known sooner... Read More

The time to prepare for the 2014 fantasy baseball season is here, and that means getting ready for the draft. There are many different forms of drafts, from the traditional roto to points leagues and the increasingly popular head-to-head format. This article addresses getting ready for head-to-head leagues, which requires daily rosters transactions to ensure... Read More

For more fantasy baseball strategy, check out RotoBaller's Draft Day Strategy and How to Use ADP articles.   Fantasy Baseball Draft Strategy for Roto Leagues The 2014 fantasy baseball season is just around the corner and that means owners all over are preparing for their drafts. There are many different kinds of formats for fantasy baseball... Read More

The 2013 season was one that the Kansas City Royals would love to improve on after winning 86 games. This week saw the beginning of spring training for the team in Surprise, AZ as pitchers and catchers reported on Feb. 14 and position players followed on Feb. 19. There are five burning questions that must... Read More

It was difficult for fantasy baseball owners to find solid pieces on the Milwaukee Brewers last year.  The 2014 will be a little better with the acquisition of Matt Garza, but the Brewers rotation is still nothing to write home about. Here is a look at the probable pitchers in Milwaukee this season and their... Read More

There are many strengths on the Kansas City Royals, and one of those would be the pitching staff. It appears that the Royals have a young and solid bullpen to go along with a starting rotation that could be a surprise, depending on the efforts put forth by the team’s No. 4 and 5 starters.... Read More

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