Tommy Cook - RotoBaller

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About Tommy Cook - RotoBaller

Born into a family thick with Cubs fans, I've been following the team since I was old enough to sit at the kitchen table with my grandpa and watch the team on WGN. I haven't been playing fantasy baseball for quite that long, but it feels like it at times. Though I've been doing 5x5 leagues for a decade now, I've really fallen in love with the game through a collection of deep keeper and dynasty leagues over the last three years. Outside of RotoBaller, I write about Cubs prospects at www.shadowsofwrigley.com with my cousin. Noted Starlin Castro apologist.
Website: http://www.rotoballer.com/author/tcook/
Tommy Cook - RotoBaller has written 3 articles so far, you can find them below.


Many of you may be surprised to read that the 2013 Chicago Cubs starting rotation ranked 15th in baseball in ERA, 16th in strikeouts, and 9th in WHIP. It was a sneakily effective bunch, led by fantasy super-unknowns Travis Wood and Scott Feldman, while also receiving small contributions from Matt Garza and Jeff Samrdzija’s strikeouts.... Read More

2014 Chicago Cubs Lineup Preview for Fantasy Baseball In short, there’s not much fantasy intrigue in the field for the Cubs this year. Only two players have much more than back-end-of-draft upside, and they both come with serious risk. Such a poor group is going to struggle to cross the plate, deflating run and RBI... Read More

Despite a horrific 96-loss 2013 campaign, the Cubs have made very few moves to improve the roster. I’m not going to sit here and bash their front office for this strategy, and in fact I’m actually in favor of it, but that doesn't mean this 2014 Cubs roster is going to be very exciting from... Read More

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