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About Chris Mangano - RotoBaller

I'm a Southern California sports fan - Lakers, Ducks, Angels - and the Washington Redskins (long story) who used to record Barry Sanders games on VHS tapes. I developed a passion for fantasy football and decided to start blogging/writing about my findings. I started my own personal training business in 2011. When not spending hours researching for fantasy football I enjoy playing chess and visiting Disneyland with my wife.

Chris Mangano - RotoBaller has written 102 articles so far, you can find them below.


After missing the cut at the year's first major and taking a week off, Pat Perez is ready to return this week at the Valero Texas Open. Perez last played this event in 2015, where he finished in a tie for 20th. Perez was red-hot to start the season with a win and four top-five... Read More

Rounds of 75 and 71 left Tyrrell Hatton on the wrong side of the RBC Heritage cut line, failing to make it to weekend play for the second time in the 2018 season. Hatton has had an up-and-down year with three top-11 finishes and four finishes outside the top 40, including the two missed cuts.... Read More

One week after a top-15 finish at the year's first major, Paul Casey missed his first cut of the season at the RBC Heritage. An opening-round 75 put Casey behind the eight ball, and he couldn't make up enough ground with a Friday 71 that saw him finish three strokes shy of the cut line.... Read More

Sergio Garcia is the betting favorite to win the Valero Texas Open, and it makes sense. He is the only golfer inside the world top 10 in this week's field, which makes him a class above the rest. And if that isn't enough, he also assisted Greg Norman in the design of the course they... Read More

Jon Rahm Wins Open de Espana

Jon Rahm used a five-under par 67 final round to capture his first Open de Espana in Madrid, recording a 20-under par total to win by two shots over Paul Dunne. He became the sixth Spaniard to win the tournament since 1972, joining Seve Ballesteros and Sergio Garcia, among others. Rahm admitted he found it... Read More

Dustin Johnson did just enough at the RBC Heritage to keep his world No. 1 ranking. With Justin Thomas taking the week off, Johnson needed to finish better than 32nd to keep his No. 1 spot. Entering Sunday's final round, he was outside the top 40, but a four-under par 67 got him into a... Read More

Patrick Reed took home his first career major and first green jacket with a one-shot victory over Rickie Fowler at the Masters. Reed led after the second and third rounds and took a three-shot lead into Sunday's final round. After an up-and-down front nine, Reed made clutch putts at 12 and 14 to get to... Read More

Two-time Masters winner Bubba Watson hadn't finished higher than 37th in his last three trips to Augusta, including a missed cut in last year's event. But he showed why he is always a threat at this golf course, shooting three straight rounds in the 60s to finish the week tied for fifth. Watson will next... Read More

Earlier this year, Pat Perez predicted he would win one of golf's four majors this year, but after missing the cut at the Masters, it will have to happen at one of the other three. An opening round of 73 saw him in position to play the weekend, but a Friday 79 ended his week.... Read More

Unlike last year, Tyrell Hatton played well enough on Thursday and Friday to make the cut and allow himself to play on the weekend at the Masters. In just his second career start he played solid golf, eventually finishing in a tie for 44th. Perhaps Sunday was a sign that Hatton is finally solving this... Read More

Prior to 2018, Henrik Stenson's best finish at the Masters was a tie for 14th four years ago. In his 13 career starts, he had only finished inside the top 20 five times and had missed four cuts, including last year. That all changed this week, however, as the Swede played solid golf all four... Read More

Paul Casey used a final-round 65, which included seven birdies and an eagle, to vault himself up the leaderboard into a tie for 15th place. His 65 was just two shots away from being the lowest score in Masters history. “That was fun,” Casey said. “I have not been very good until that streak.” Casey... Read More

Making just his second career start at the famed Augusta course, Tommy Fleetwood had a strong showing at the 2018 Masters, finishing at four-under par in a tie for 15th. Considering Fleetwood missed the cut a year ago, this was a big step in showing that he could one day be contending for the green... Read More

A year after capturing his first green jacket and first major, Sergio Garcia had an abysmal showing at this year's Masters. His opening round was low-lighted by a 13 at the par-five 15th hole, where he put five balls in the water. Things didn't get much better on Friday when he posted a six-over par... Read More

Rory McIlroy entered Sunday's final round at Augusta in second place, just three shots back of eventual winner Patrick Reed, with a real shot at his first green jacket to complete the career grand slam. But he was off all day, especially with his iron play, carding five bogeys on his way to a two-over... Read More

Justin Rose posted a six-under total at this year's Masters, good enough for a tie for 12th. It had to be a bit disappointing for the Englishman, who has finished runner-up here two of the last three years, and he entered the tournament playing some of the best golf of his career. Rose will likely... Read More

Jon Rahm made a Sunday charge at Augusta and after birdies at the par-five 13th and par-four 14th, he stood at 12-under par and just two shots back. Unfortunately, he hit his approach on the par-five 15th short and the ball rolled back into the water, leading to a bogey and all but ending his... Read More

For the third consecutive time, Dustin Johnson finished top 10 at the Masters, but the green jacket continues to elude him. Unlike in previous years, however, he never really threatened the lead. Entering Sunday's final round in 11th place, he shot a solid three-under par to finish in a share for 10th. Johnson is entered... Read More

For degenerates like me, fantasy football never ends. Sure, there's always dynasty to keep you busy all year, but my heart now belongs to best-ball leagues. If you aren't familiar with a best-ball league, check out our general strategy article for a thorough overview. Once you've looked that over, come back and check out my... Read More

Tyrell Hatton's first experience with Augusta was a dreadful one. The Englishman made his first Masters start in 2017 and got nothing going, shooting 14-over par through the first two rounds that included an opening round 80. Hatton has had success against strong fields, however, with a T11, T3 and a T9 at the last... Read More

Henrik Stenson is peaking at the right time, coming off his second straight top-10 finish at the Houston Open. Stenson fired rounds of 68, 68, 69 and 69 to finish at 14-under par, five shots back of eventual winner Ian Poulter. Augusta has not been one of Stenson's best courses, however, as he's yet to... Read More

Paul Casey has been knocking on the door of his first green jacket for the past three years, and 2018 could be his time. In his last three Masters starts, he's finished sixth, fourth and sixth. He's also playing good golf as he enters the first major of the year, with a win, three top-10s... Read More

Tommy Fleetwood made his first Masters start in 2017 and it was one to forget. He opened with a Thursday 78 and followed that up with a Friday 74, missing the cut. Fleetwood is playing much better golf as he enters this year's Masters, however, with four top-25's in six starts. Fleetwood has yet to... Read More

2017's Masters champion, Sergio Garcia, will try to become just the fourth golfer to ever repeat at the famed Augusta course. Only Jack Nicklaus ('65, '66), Nick Faldo ('89, '90) and Tiger Woods ('01, '02) have ever done it. Garcia has played a limited schedule on the PGA Tour this season with just four starts,... Read More

In his last four starts at Augusta, Rory McIlory has not finished worse than 10th. His game is a great fit tee to green as his high draw is the perfect shape for the majority of the holes, but his putting on Augusta's slippery greens has held him back from winning. If he putts like... Read More

Rounds of 68 and 69 had Justin Rose in contention heading to the weekend at the Houston Open, but back-to-back 72s ended any chance he had and he sputtered to a T52 finish. It was a surprising result for Rose, who has been one of 2018's hottest golfers. Prior to the Houston Open, he had... Read More

Jon Rahm will be making his second start at the Masters this week. He had a respectable first showing in 2017, finishing three-over tied for 27th. Rahm was unable to break 70 in any of his rounds, however, and only broke par once with a Friday 70. Rahm has a win and two top-10s on... Read More

World No. 1 Dustin Johnson will be making his eighth Masters start and is one of the favorite's to take home the green jacket. In his previous two starts at Augusta, Johnson has finishes of T6 and T4, so he's trending in the right direction. Don't let his surprising result at the WGC Dell Match... Read More

For Paul Casey, advancing past the group stage at the WGC Dell Match Play came down to a playoff with Kyle Stanley. Both Casey and Stanley finished the group-stage matches with a 2-1-0 record, so a playoff was needed to determine who would advance. Each made par at the first hole, and on the second... Read More

Tommy Fleetwood finished group play at the WGC Dell Match Play with a 2-1-0 record, but failed to advance. His only loss of the group-play matches was to Ian Poulter in the first round, 3-2. Poulter would go on to advance after winning all of his group-play matches. Fleetwood will skip the Houston Open this... Read More

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