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RotoAuthority.com: Our Fantasy Baseball Site Is Back

RotoAuthority was my first website, launched in June 2005. The site was brimming with fantasy baseball analysis, usually off the beaten path. My posts became sporadic as MLBTR grew, so in recent times I've recruited a team to ensure regular, high-quality content. The group includes Alex Steers McCrum, Mark Polishuk, Andrew Gephardt, and Luckey Helms. We'll be covering everything you need to win your mixed league, including sleepers, busts, rankings, average draft position, and projections. Our newest posts:

  • Giancarlo Stanton or Bryce Harper in the first round?  Mark Polishuk tells you which young slugger to take.
  • Is Michael Wacha the right choice to lead your fantasy team's rotation?  I answered that question and took a look at a slew of other phenom starters.
  • R.A. Dickey, Matt Cain, Tim Lincecum, and Yovani Gallardo disappointed fantasy owners in 2013; Alex Steers McCrum tells you which will bounce back.
  • Is Brian McCann the third-best catcher in fantasy baseball?  Andrew Gephartdt defends his position as part of his market report on backstops.
  • Give RotoAuthority a follow on Twitter to catch all the latest posts, and Like us on Facebook to join the daily fantasy baseball debates.

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Latest At RotoAuthority.com

The outdated $8 magazines are in stores now, which can only mean one thing: fantasy baseball is around the corner.  Our crack team at RotoAuthority will guide you to certain victory, with such recent articles as:


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RotoAuthority.com Returns

Did you finish last in your fantasy baseball league last year?  Maybe it's because your leaguemates started preparing in January, and you didn't!  Redeem yourself by checking out our fantasy baseball site RotoAuthority, which is already up and running with tons of great stuff:


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Latest At RotoAuthority.com

Now is the time for fantasy baseball drafts, and perhaps our fantasy site RotoAuthority.com can you give a few sleeper ideas.  Catch the latest articles via Twitter and Facebook; here are a few examples:


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Latest At RotoAuthority

It's time to start preparing for fantasy baseball drafts, at the expense of your friends and loved ones.  Instead of throwing down $8 on a magazine that was written in December, why not check out the latest at our sister site RotoAuthority?

  • Fantasy baseball's most disappointing players from 2011 offer all kinds of bargains this year.  Check out my list of unpopular names you should consider.
  • Ryan Braun is a first-round pick again, writes Alex Steers McCrum.
  • I explain that if you're thinking about drafting Elvis Andrus, consider Derek Jeter instead.
  • Matt Kemp, Justin Upton, and Jose Bautista top Mike Axisa's outfielder rankings.
  • My wife will tell you that the only thing nerdier than a fantasy draft is a practice fantasy draft.  Nonetheless, much of the RotoAuthority crew participated in a mock draft last week, and here is Dan Mennella's analysis.

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Latest At RotoAuthority.com

Our newly-relaunched fantasy baseball website RotoAuthority is always fresh and free.  The latest:


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Latest At RotoAuthority.com

The already-outdated fantasy baseball magazines are hitting shelves at $8 a pop, but the newly-relaunched RotoAuthority is fresh and free.  The latest:


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Odds & Ends: Duncan, Mets, Dodgers, Baylor

Four years ago today, the Cubs signed Starlin Castro as an amateur free agent out of the Dominican Republic.  He became the team's starting shortstop in May at the age of 20, debuting with a .300/.347/.408 performance.  Links for Monday:


Odds & Ends: Mets, Reds, Nationals, Cardinals

Links for Monday, as impending free agent lefties Cliff Lee and Andy Pettitte prepare to duel in New York…


Experts Predict Jose Bautista’s 2011 Home Run Total

Ben Nicholson-Smith wrote a compelling piece yesterday for MLBTR examining Jose Bautista's upcoming arbitration case.  Today at RotoAuthority.com, we attempt to predict Bautista's 2011 home run total through the wisdom of ten top baseball writers, including Peter Gammons, Ken Rosenthal, Jon Heyman, and Buster Olney.  Click here to see their predictions.