Growing up in Cincinnati, there’s nothing better than Opening Day. Baseball’s oldest franchise has celebrated it like nobody else from over a decade. From the Findlay Market parade, to the smell and sounds of the ballpark returning to the banks of Ohio, it is a one-of-a-kind experience. While this year’s event is delayed, for now. The boys will play ball once again soon.
I kick off Season 4 of The GetSportsInfo Podcast by welcoming in a friend in fantasy, Phil Backert from SiriusXM Fantasy, to discuss the fantasy shakeout of some recent free agent signings and offseason trades.
The COVID-19 virus has benched most of us in our houses for the long haul and there are no sports to watch. What’s the next best thing? Sports movies, and there have have definitely been some classics.
The NFL offseason is officially underway and so too is our 2020 fantasy football prep. Let’s kick off the conversation by taking a look at my first edition of rankings for the upcoming season.
The fantasy football season ends as the New Year begins. It’s sort of an awkward feeling, but it’s an annual ritual for owners and smart owners start their planning for the new season sooner rather than later.
American football is one of the most popular sports in the world. It is adored by many Americans, who are die-hard fans for some of the teams in the country’s most popular and most competitive league – the National Football League (NFL).
At the end of each fantasy season it is important to take note of both good and bad performances and identify some players who had a good outputs from the year and identify which of them still have a chance to take up a notch next season.
Regardless of whether you’ve played fantasy baseball for years or if this will be your first season, there are numerous topics, strategies, and details that must be addressed before and during the season. This is the first of a three-part overview of what you need to organize a fantasy baseball league, construct your rosters, and – most importantly – win! Let’s get to it.
The Super Bowl has a rich history and with this year being the 54th edition of the big game, it’s a great time for some reflection. Football’s biggest game has featured some thrilling finishes, great performances and its fair share of blowouts too. Here is a look at my top 13 championship games during the event’s 50-plus year run.