Vasont Miller - RotoBaller

About Vasont Miller - RotoBaller

Vasont's sports affinities are a little spread out having grown up between St. Louis, Missouri and Baton Rouge, Louisiana. First and foremost, he is a St. Louis Cardinals fan. Followed closely after is LSU football, Rams football, and Saints football. He has spent his more recent years living in other great sports towns (Seattle and Chicago), which also double as the homes of two of his favorite teams' arch rivals. Most important though, is baseball - fantasy and otherwise. Vasont is a 5 year Navy veteran, a graduate of Northeastern Illinois University, and an outfielder for the Chicago Hounds of the Chicago Metropolitan Baseball Association. He looks forward to contributing his knowledge and opinion to RotoBaller. Follow him on Twitter: @vasont Find him on Facebook:
Vasont Miller - RotoBaller has written 6 articles so far, you can find them below.

  Undervalued Shortstops for Fantasy Baseball Drafts We’ve already taken a look at shortstops overvalued by fantasy experts. There was Alexei Ramirez, who I contend, is aging with declining skills and less opportunities due being moved down in the White Sox order. Andrelton Simmons’ power seems unsustainable, and isn’t made up for it in other... Read More

The position of shortstop in fantasy baseball is traditionally a relatively shallow spot in terms of position scarcity.  Over the past few seasons, though, there has been an influx of talented young middle infielders with a wide array of skills.  Some bring pop. Some have an innate ability to get on base. Others pick up... Read More

Let's face it. The beauty of fantasy baseball is the daily nature and commitment it takes to watch game after game. There are constant lineup shifts, call-ups of young stud prospects, and rotating of starting pitchers that make the game more intriguing than most other fantasy sports. It's no surprise then, that to perennially compete,... Read More

Sometimes it's tough keeping up with the year to year ebb and flow of fantasy baseball positional scarcity. Outfield, from season to season, can be maddeningly shallow and frustrating on one hand, and fruitfully overflowing on the other. Looking at 2013 average draft position versus final rankings of fantasy outfielders would lead one to believe... Read More

Three things can happen when young pitchers get their big call-up to the majors. They can be highly touted, with a ton of expectations placed on their shoulders, and excel. Some of those highly touted arms can fall flat, never coming close to the performances that got them to the majors in the first place.... Read More

Hardcore MLB fans are always on the lookout for the next Mike Trout, Bryce Harper, or Stephen Strasburg. Whether it is for their own team's benefit late in the season during a fantasy baseball playoff push, or to get a glimpse of what the future may hold for a struggling franchise hoping to be on... Read More