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MLB Podcast on RotoBaller Radio: Hot Waiver Wire Pickups And Sleepers For Week 6 Of Fantasy Baseball

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RotoBaller Radio Podcast: NFL Week Six DFS Preview & Matchup Sleepers

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, RotoBaller co-founder Real Talk Raph (@RealTalkRaph) will be talking all things DFS and fantasy football to give you an edge on sites like... Read More

4 years ago

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RotoBaller Radio Podcast: Week Six Waiver Wire Sleepers & Analysis

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 Tuesday night, RotoBaller co-founder Real Talk Raph and co-host Anthony Aniano will be discussing the hottest waiver wire pickups, free agent sleepers and fantasy football injury news... Read More

4 years ago

Week 6 Running Back Depth Charts for Fantasy Football

Week 5 of NFL action brought a lot of surprises and bad news for many. The most glaring concern is the injury to Chiefs star running back Jamaal Charles. The diagnosis of a torn ACL means that the oft-injured Charles is done for the season, opening up the door for two relatively-unproven half backs and... Read More

4 years ago

Minor League Spotlight: Top Fantasy Prospects from Week 6

The Astros and the Cubs are eerily similar right now. Both are looking like they are on the verge of a potential postseason run for the first time in several years. They are loaded with young talent, both especially on offense, with just enough pitching to get them through games. The Astros have more pitching... Read More

5 years ago

Roto Never Sleeps: Week 6 MLB Recap Featuring Harper, Gomez, Cano, Miller, Strasburg and More

Time to recap Week 6 of the fantasy season, or maybe we should just label it “Bryce Harper’s Week of Reckoning.”   MLB & Fantasy Baseball Week 6 Player Recap Bryce Harper (OF, WSH) absolutely put on a clinic last week. Twelve hits, three home runs, nine RBI, ten runs, nine walks and just one... Read More

5 years ago


Minor League Spotlight: Top Fantasy Prospects from Week 5

I have been very neutral in both of the Bryce Harper debates that have gone on between this season and last season. Last season, people were saying that he was overrated and will never be a great hitter. I knew that was too harsh on him considering his youth and still blossoming career (he is younger... Read More

5 years ago

Video: Top 10 Fantasy Baseball Waiver Wire Pickups For Week 6

  Every Sunday night, RotoBaller co-founder Real Talk Raph and MLB /NBA writer and contributor Sam Nedimyer break down the top 10 waiver wire pickups for the upcoming week of the fantasy baseball season. Be sure to download our free waiver wire app in the iTunes store, read our daily updating waiver wire list and check out... Read More

5 years ago

Kenley Jansen Activated From DL Saturday: Not Closer Right Away

Kenley Jansen will be activated from the DL on Saturday, according to the Los Angeles Times. The L.A. Dodgers closer hasn’t pitched at all this season. He’s been dealing with a foot injury after suffering an  avulsion fracture in his left foot in February.  Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly told the L.A. Times that Jansen will... Read More

5 years ago

Second Base / Shortstop Waiver Wire Pickups & Adds: Week Six

The 2015 season is well underway, but it’s never too early to start trying to improve your team. Over the course of the season I’ll be giving you two players at second base and two at shortstop each week who can help your team win. These players are usually widely available in any format, and... Read More

5 years ago

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Week 6 Fantasy Basketball Waiver Wire: NBA Shooting-Percentage Specialists

If you are looking at your rotisserie league standings and feeling bad about your field-goal or free-throw percentage, then it might be time to start patching up the deficiency. If you cannot do so in a trade, you may need to sacrifice another category or two with a key waiver add to fill the hole.... Read More

5 years ago


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Week 6 Fantasy Basketball Waiver Wire: NBA Deep Sleepers

The NBA season is in full swing, and that means the fantasy basketball waiver wire is heating up. The following group of players are not of the typical standard-league variety, but rather options for those participating in deeper formats. Unless you have the roster space to stash one of these fringe contributors as a sleeper,... Read More

5 years ago

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Week 6 Fantasy Basketball Waiver Wire: NBA Guards

Here we are in the early days of the second month of the NBA season, and each week RotoBaller is the place to check if you are thoroughly scouring the fantasy basketball waiver wire in search of potential sleepers at either of the guard positions.   Waiver Wire Guard for Right Now Greivis Vasquez (TOR, PG/SG)... Read More

5 years ago

Deep League Waiver Wire Pickups (NL Edition): Part 2

As we do each week, yesterday we brought you some deeper league pickup options from the National League going into the sixth week of the season. Every few weeks, we'll add a second article to this series to review some of our national league picks who should be owned in all NL-only and deep leagues, but for... Read More

6 years ago

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Starting Pitcher Streamers For Week 6 (Part 1)

This is the first article in what will be a weekly two-part series highlighting some of the best starting pitcher streamers for the week. Part 1 each week will focus on Monday to Wednesday games.  Part 2 (to be published Thursday) will focus on Thursday to Sunday games. From late January to early March this... Read More

6 years ago

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