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About Billy Stonick - RotoBaller

Billy Stonick has over 20 years of fantasy baseball experience starting at the ripe old age of 11. Outside of the stats world, Billy tours sports stadiums and national parks throughout the country and is an adventure junkie.

Billy Stonick - RotoBaller has written 3463 articles so far, you can find them below.


Ryan McMahon Walks Off Braves

Colorado Rockies infielder Ryan McMahon played the hero on Monday against the Braves when he punched the 1-1 pitch over the right field wall in the bottom of the ninth to win the game. McMahon's shot ended the Braves' eight-game win streak and injected a little bit of good cheer into a clubhouse that was... Read More

3 months ago

Mike Williams Catches One Pass In Limited Action

Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams only had two opportunities on Saturday against Seattle, but he did bring in one of the passes for 11 yards. Williams was used sparingly, only on the field for 18 snaps, as the team wants to preserve as much of its offensive powerhouse as possible. With Keenan Allen... Read More

3 months ago

Hunter Henry Catches Both Passes Sent His Way

Los Angeles Chargers tight end Hunter Henry did his job again on Saturday as he hauled in both passes thrown to him. Henry only racked up 13 yards over the course of the game, but he was also only on the field for 21 snaps in total. The Chargers have had to play it safe... Read More

3 months ago

Artavis Scott Impresses Once Again

Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Artavis Scott continues to shine as he works to land a spot in the team's receiving corps. Scott hauled in the longest pass of the game when he snagged a throw from Cardale Jones late in the second quarter. A juke around the first defender to reach him gave him... Read More

3 months ago

Troymaine Pope Looks Explosive Again

Los Angeles Chargers running back Troymaine Pope has been one of the stars of the preseason for the team. Last week, he ran back a punt for a touchdown. This week, he injected a big dose of energy into the squad when the rest of the offense just looked like they were going through the... Read More

3 months ago


Justin Jackson Makes Short Appearance

Los Angeles Chargers running back Justin Jackson made a cursory appearance in Week 3 of the preseason when he carried the ball five times and caught a pass against the Seahawks on Saturday. While most teams use Week 3 of the preseason as a bit of a dress rehearsal for the regular season, the Chargers... Read More

3 months ago

Austin Ekeler Starts Against Seattle

Los Angeles Chargers running back Austin Ekeler was one of the few Chargers starters who actually played in Week 3 of the preseason, but he didn't play much. Ekeler carried the ball on the first play from scrimmage, but he would only carry it three more times before heading to the bench. He did snag... Read More

3 months ago

Cardale Jones Nails 31-Yard Pass

Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Cardale Jones seems like he's clearly third in the pecking order for the quarterback job at this point, but that didn't stop him from racking up the biggest single gain in Saturday night's game against the Seahawks. Jones threw a bullet to Artavis Scott late in the second quarter, and after... Read More

3 months ago

Tyrod Taylor Accurate During First Half

Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Tyrod Taylor got some more time as the starter on Saturday against the Seahawks since the Chargers decided to sit most of their regular starters, including Philip Rivers. Taylor went 6-for-9 for 61 yards and carried the ball six times for another 34 yards, leading the team in rushing attempts and... Read More

3 months ago

Easton Stick Leads Comeback Effort

Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Easton Stick led his team on the comeback trail on Saturday night against the Seahawks, but he came up just short as the team lost by eight. Stick went 12-for-16, completing 75% of his passes, but he only tallied 82 yards. He did throw a touchdown and ran another one in,... Read More

3 months ago


Mychal Kendricks Shines Against Chargers

Seattle Seahawks linebacker Mychal Kendricks put on a clinic on Saturday against the Chargers when he caused disruption all over the field. Kendricks was a major factor in the team's only sack of the game, he blew up a fourth-down play, and he was regularly around the ball at every opportunity. Kendricks is expected to... Read More

3 months ago

Jason Myers Drills 58-Yarder

Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers is getting Seahawks fans real excited about their field goal chances. Myers drilled a 58-yarder on Saturday night, and he still had room to spare, though it was officially his second chance at it. Myers originally faced a 53-yarder, but a false start penalty on Seattle allowed Myers the chance... Read More

3 months ago

Jacob Hollister Catches Three Passes

Seattle Seahawks tight end Jacob Hollister tied for the most receptions on the team in Seattle's third preseason game, hauling in three passes for 17 yards. Hollister was also the only tight end on the roster to be targeted on the evening. The tight end race for Seattle is still a bit of a toss-up,... Read More

3 months ago

Jaron Brown Hauls In 18-Yard Pass

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Jaron Brown gathered up his only opportunity on Saturday against the Chargers, and it looks like he stands a good chance at seeing some usage early in the season. While Brown isn't necessarily a star in the making, he's a solid wideout who enjoys the advantage of being one of the... Read More

3 months ago

Tyler Lockett Preys On Defenses

It took a little while to really get rolling in Saturday night's game against the Chargers, but Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett eventually picked apart the secondary. Lockett wound his way through defenders and got himself wide open for a rainbow pass from quarterback Russell Wilson to rack up the team's biggest gain of... Read More

3 months ago


John Ursua Shows Off Fancy Footwork

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver John Ursua got the chance to show off some of his dexterity on Saturday night against the Chargers when he snagged the team's opening pass of the second half. Ursua already had a solid gain before he headed towards the right sideline, but then he shimmied his way along the marker... Read More

3 months ago

Travis Homer Sees More Action

Seattle Seahawks running back Travis Homer saw an increased workload in his second preseason game on Saturday against the Chargers. Homer carried the ball nine times for 27 yards, and while nothing he did was terribly impressive, it's good to see him getting a bump in chances. The sixth-rounder from this year's draft is a... Read More

3 months ago

J.D. McKissic Makes Nice Catch And Run

Seattle Seahawks running back J.D. McKissic was on the field for quite a few snaps in Saturday's game against the Chargers, and he regularly operated as the safety valve for backup quarterback Geno Smith. McKissic ended up struggling on the ground, only tallying 20 rushing yards on six carries, but he was able to break... Read More

3 months ago

C.J. Prosise Makes A Statement

Seattle Seahawks running back C.J. Prosise has struggled mightily to find his way in the NFL to this point. Prosise has constantly been injured or recovering from injuries, and they've ranged from a fractured scapula to an abdomen injury that required surgery last season. His coaches have questioned his toughness, and he's seen other running... Read More

3 months ago

Rashaad Penny Struggles But Scores

Seattle Seahawks running back Rashaad Penny continues to struggle to run in the NFL. Facing mostly second- and third-stringers, Penny only tallied 22 yards on eight carries, but one of those was a second-effort from a couple yards out to score a touchdown. Penny did show plenty of drive by making two big second pushes... Read More

3 months ago


Chris Carson Dominates In Limited Carries

Seattle Seahawks starting running back Chris Carson only touched the ball three times on Saturday night against the Chargers, but when he did, he stomped over the defense. Carson finished with 23 yards on his three carries, averaging more than seven YPC. He was quickly replaced because the team already knows what they have in... Read More

3 months ago

Geno Smith Performs Well In Preseason Game

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith was the only QB to appear in Saturday's game besides Russell Wilson, and he took full advantage of the opportunity. Smith went 11-for-17 through the air for 117 yards, only got sacked once, and hustled in a touchdown on the ground. Smith showed poise in the pocket and regularly threw... Read More

3 months ago

Russell Wilson Looks Good In First Half

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson led two touchdown drives in the first half of the team's third preseason game on Saturday against the Chargers. He also missed a couple throws, including one clear overthrow on a third down, but overall, he looked like he was ready to start playing for real. Wilson finished with 73... Read More

3 months ago

Chi Chi Gonzalez Wild Against Cardinals

Colorado Rockies starting pitcher Chi Chi Gonzalez had a rough outing Saturday against the Cardinals, and he really struggled to find the strike zone. Gonzalez walked six batters in just 4 1/3 innings of work, allowing five earned runs en route to his fifth loss of the season. Gonzalez has yet to record a win... Read More

3 months ago

Tony Wolters Continues To Chip In

Colorado Rockies catcher Tony Wolters was one of the few members of the team to collect a hit on Saturday in the team's loss to the Cardinals, and it seems like he finds a way to chip in with the bat in pretty much every game. Wolters has either gotten a hit, scored a run,... Read More

3 months ago


Ian Desmond Hitting .167 In Last Two Weeks

Colorado Rockies outfielder Ian Desmond continues to slog his way through another poor season by going just 4-for-24 over the last two weeks. It's another sub-par season for Desmond as he's hitting just .257 with 14 home runs and three stolen bases in just over 400 plate appearances. Desmond got hot for about six weeks... Read More

3 months ago

Jakob Junis Labors Through Loss

Kansas City Royals starting pitcher Jakob Junis struggled against the Indians on Friday, throwing 94 pitches in just four innings. Junis was tagged for four earned runs and took the loss after KC only scored one. Junis allowed six hits and two walks in the short outing, but he also struck out four. That gives... Read More

3 months ago

Kyle Zimmer Only Going From The Stretch

Kansas City Royals pitcher Kyle Zimmer has decided to embrace his conversion to the bullpen by ditching the wind-up. It's a move that is fairly common amongst short relievers, but it seemed like every member of the Royals organization has held their breath and hoped for a magical turnaround with the oft-injured pitcher. Zimmer has... Read More

3 months ago

Hunter Dozier Triples In Loss

Kansas City Royals corner infielder Hunter Dozier was the lone member of the team to knock in a run on Friday when he smacked a triple to right to bring in Nicky Lopez in the sixth inning. Dozier has heated up again following a mid-summer lull, hitting safely in 13 of his last 15 games.... Read More

3 months ago

Jairo Diaz Will Get Save Chances

Colorado Rockies relief pitcher Jairo Diaz was named by manager Bud Black as someone who will get save chances for the rest of this season as the team tries to figure out the debacle that is their bullpen. Diaz has been quite good for the last month or so, carrying a 1.46 ERA with a... Read More

3 months ago


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