I’ve discussed the Bengals’ trade for Cordy Glenn and how it opened up their draft board in the first round. They’ve added a quality lineman and still have 11 picks to improve their roster.
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After a 3-15 start to the 2018 season, the Cincinnati Reds replaced manager Bryan Price and pitching coach Mack Jenkins on Thursday.
This month marks the 2018 Keeneland Spring Meet in Lexington, KY and with that a chance for me to visit one of my favorite places on earth. It easily tops the list of one of my favorite sports places.
The first big wave of NFL free agency came and went and there were some big shakeups for fantasy football owners to consider. I take a look at the biggest winners and losers in Episode 51 of The GetSportsInfo Podcast.
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.
The 2018 MLB season is officially off and running. This promises to be a very entertaining year ahead on the diamond, filled with some great pennant races and some clutch performances.
Here are some of my official predictions for the upcoming season:
Season Two of The GetSportsInfo Podcast debuts with a deep look at some intriguing 2018 free agents from a fantasy perspective and a look at some of the latest offseason headlines.
I am happy to announce that I will be returning for a second season as a fantasy writer /ranker at Pro Football Focus! I really enjoyed my first year with PFF as a contributor.
Growing up in the 1980’s was a much different experience than today’s millennials face. Reflecting back on some of the things from that decade will make you laugh. Still, for me there were so many positive memories.
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.