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RotoBallers, Welcome back. As always this column will aim to highlight Week 9 waiver wire adds for quarterbacks, players that you should consider targeting on your league's waiver wire. In recent years, the concept of streaming has become a popular one within fantasy football circles. Particularly with quarterbacks and defense/special teams, the idea of swapping players out every... Read More

In Week 11, all three of my waiver wire streamers from last week's column reached double digits, but none of them really went off. I felt like Ryan Fitzpatrick really didn’t play well at all but he saved his day with a rushing score. On the opposite end, Alex Smith had a great game with... Read More

It's Week 9 RotoBallers and we're obsessing over place kickers again! Yes, that’s right – kickers. After all, points are points, and even though kickers are very difficult to predict for fantasy points week to week, having the right one in your Week 9 lineup could be a difference maker. We're here to give you that life... Read More

BALLER MOVE: Add as Bye Week Streamer OWNED IN: 13% Owned on Fleaflicker ANALYSIS: I talked up Brian Hoyer last week, along with his Week 7 opponent Blake Bortles, and both players finished amongst the top 10 scorers in standard QB scoring. Hoyer's going to be up here for another week as he's facing the Dolphins next. DVOA... Read More

Welcome to Week 23. Most of you are either in the playoffs at the moment or in the week before playoff action begins so I'll start by saying congratulations for still reading along, because that means you're still in the fight. This week (and hence forth) I'm going to mix it up with my waiver wire... Read More

The Sunday night baseball game this weekend featured two divisional rivals in a battle for first. After taking the first two, the Mets needed to win Sunday’s game to enter a virtual tie for first place with the Nats and secure the three-game sweep. With playoff implications on the line, yours truly attended the marquee... Read More

This weekend, Max Scherzer was one pitch away from baseball immortality. Instead, he had to settle for his first career no-hitter. With two outs in the ninth inning, Scherzer plunked Jose Tabata on a 2-2 count to get the first baserunner of the day for the Pirates. Mad Max was able to pull himself together... Read More

Fantasy Baseball Sit/Start Advice & DFS Play RotoBaller is very excited about the launch of our very own radio station. You can now find our new shows on BlogTalkRadio live or on demand, and on iTunes under podcasts. Every Wednesday night at 9:30 PM EST, RotoBaller co-founder Real Talk Raph and co-host Anthony Aniano of DraftSmashers Radio... Read More

Even though fantasy football drafts are in full swing, it's approaching fantasy baseball playoffs time for many leagues, so this is the time when roster management and attention to lineup detail really pays off! Don't get too distracted with fantasy football that you let your fellow fantasy baseball owners out-manage you down the stretch, costing... Read More

This piece focuses on the best two-start starting pitcher streamers and sleeper waiver wire pickups for Week 20 of fantasy baseball. These sleeper pitchers are near or below 50% ownership in Yahoo! leagues, and some are ideal for shallow leagues, but most are under-the-radar starters that can be considered in head-to-head leagues.   Jesse Hahn, SD / Odrisamer... Read More

  This piece focuses on the best two-start starting pitcher streamers and sleeper waiver wire pickups for week 18 of fantasy baseball. These sleeper pitchers are near or below 50% ownership in Yahoo! leagues, and some are ideal for shallow leagues, but most  are under-the-radar starters that can be considered in head-to-head leagues   Henderson Alvarez, MIA... Read More

I spent about 2.5 hours tonight watching my Giants get their faces beaten in by the Dodgers on Friday night. It was an 8-1 loss and an ugly one at that, with the Dodgers simply battering former Cy Young Award winner Tim Lincecum. I bring this up both as an excuse to whine (alright mostly to... Read More

Believe it or not the All Star Break is already over, and we're now well underway into the second half of the fantasy baseball season. I don't know about you, but personally I love the All Star game. That monster home run by Giancarlo Stanton in the home run derby, Derek Jeter's last at-bats as... Read More

We're Going DFS Deep! Starting Pitcher Sleepers For 7/18 Are you just sick and tired of seeing your seasonal fantasy baseball team at the bottom of the standings? Can’t seem to make up ground even though you watch the games every night, and are very active on your league’s waiver wire (and even downloaded RotoBaller's FREE iPhone... Read More

  We’ve officially entered the unofficial second half of the 2014 season.  Not only is MLB primed for some fantastic races, but it appears most fantasy leagues are still there for the taking.  This puts some added pressure to make sure your streamers are the correct choices from here on out.  Below are some of... Read More

We're only about a week and a half away from the All Star break now, and as the season begins to move into its second half, fantasy owners should have a pretty firm idea of the strengths and weaknesses of their squad. In many ways this makes hunting on the waiver wire easier. You know... Read More

This piece focuses on the best two-start pitchers and streamer waiver wire pickups for week 15 of fantasy baseball. These under-the-radar, two-start pitchers can be sleepers off the waiver wire depending on your league format, including NL-Only and AL-Only formats, and you can consider adding them to your head-to-head and daily-league lineups. These pitchers are near or below... Read More

The World Cup fire has officially been extinguished, and summer once again belongs to the national pastime.  Below are some of the starting pitcher streaming sleepers for the second half of Week 14 to consider adding off your league’s waiver wire. Some of these SP options can be considered sleepers for your team depending on the league... Read More

Something that readers of this column may or may not know about me is that I'm a huge Giants fan. Knowing that, I only have 3 things to say for this introduction to my weekly streamers column: Tim Lincecum threw a no-hitter Tim Lincecum threw a no-hitter Tim Lincecum threw a no-hitter (somehow it just... Read More

This weekly piece focuses on the best two-start pitchers and streamer waiver wire pickups for the upcoming week of fantasy baseball. These under-the-radar, two-start pitchers can be sleepers off the waiver wire depending on your league format, including NL-Only and AL-Only formats, and you can consider adding them to your head-to-head and daily-league lineups. These pitchers are near... Read More

Congratulations to the 2014 Vanderbilt Commodores baseball team on wrapping up the national championship in baseball last night.  It was the school’s first national championship in any men’s sport.  As for professional baseball, below are some of the starting pitcher streaming sleepers for the second half of Week 13 to consider adding off your league’s waiver... Read More

Season five of HBO’s Game of Thrones is about 10 months away so there’s no excuse for fantasy baseball not to consume you every day now.  Below are some of my Week 13 picks for starting pitchers to consider streaming off the waiver wire. Some of these pitchers may be two-start pitchers, and all of... Read More

Normally I use this introductory part of my fantasy baseball sleepers and streamers article to reflect on the current goings on in fantasy baseball, some weeks talking about recent injuries, others discussing players on the rise. Today however is different. Today is just a couple days after Wednesday, June 18th and on Wednesday, June 18th... Read More

Below are some of the starting pitcher streaming sleepers for the second half of Week 12 to consider adding off your league’s waiver wire. Some of these SP options can be considered sleepers for your team depending on the league format and depth, including NL-Only, AL-Only and head-to-head formats.  Unfortunately the Braves are facing four starters that... Read More

Week 12 Lineup Tools: Hitting Streaming Options There are risks Associated with streaming hitters but there can also be great rewards. The art of streaming hitters, much like with pitchers, is all about opportunity and maximizing the skill set of the players you have available to you. In order to find the best waiver wire sleepers,... Read More

Below are some of my Week 11 picks for starting pitchers to consider streaming off the waiver wire. Some of the pitchers may be two-start pitchers, and all of these SP options can be considered sleepers for your team depending on the league format and depth including NL-Only, AL-Only and head-to-head formats.  If you do... Read More

Below are some of the starting pitcher streaming sleepers for the second half of Week 10 to consider adding off your league’s waiver wire. Some of these SP options can be considered sleepers for your team depending on the league format and depth, including NL-Only, AL-Only and head-to-head formats.  The latter part of this week offers a... Read More

This will be a season-long, weekly piece on under-the-radar, two-start pitchers whom you should consider picking up for the following week of play.  I’ll give you a mix of starting pitcher options, some ideal for shallow leagues, some ideal for deep leagues.  This post will always be published well enough in advance of next week... Read More

1. Mike Leake (Cincinnati Reds) Tuesday vs. San Diego Until the Padres start showing signs of being able to hit consistently, there's a strong possibility that a pitcher they face will be making these lists.  It just so happens that the pitcher they face Tuesday is also pretty good.  Leake, owned in 31% of Yahoo!... Read More

Before you know it, it'll be mid-May-- just around the time you should start paying serious attention to your place in your league standings, and even more serious attention to the deficiencies of your lineup. While we're not out of small-sample-size woods yet by any means, with each passing game owners get a better idea... Read More

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