Pat Mayo and Geoff Fienberg debate their Masters picks and the week in betting at this week’s PGA Tour stop at Augusta National.
Gabe and Cam chat with RotoExpert Michael Leone (2Hats1Mike) about some MLB Sleepers that could help you in your year long fantasy leagues.
On today’s show, Gabriel Morency is joined by Ken Carman to discuss how the city of Cleveland feels about their beloved LeBron James.
Sven Andrighetto & Nick Bonino are just two of the many players who are scheduled to play four times during Week 22 of the Fantasy Hockey season. For some this is the final week until playoffs begin and for others the time is now which means you should use all your moves by taking advantage of the 14 teams that play four games. Meaney has an option from each team owned in fewer than 50 percent of leagues.
Chris Meaney scans the Fantasy Hockey waiver wire as Week 21 of the season has seven teams playing four times including the Toronto Maple Leafs who have a couple kids who may be worth a roster spot for the week. Also a couple faces in new places leaving an early mark on their new teams such as Jamie McGinn & Patrick Maroon.
Chris Meaney scans the Fantasy Hockey waiver wire as Week 20 of the season has 12 teams playing at least four times including Ottawa’s Mika Zibanejad and Pittsburgh’s Carl Hagelin. Meaney provides a pick-up from all 12 teams and fills you in on the injury front.
Tim likes fantasy sports… too much. So he’s hitting the road to meet the people and leagues that make fantasy sports so great. Get ready for the cool, the unusual and the never-before-seen fantasy stories on Out Of My League!
On today’s show, Gabriel Morency is joined by Chris Meaney to breakdown tonight’s 9-game slate in the NHL. Find out why Gabe thinks the Nashville Predators are the lock of the night.
On today’s show, Gabriel Morency is joined by Pat Mayo to breakdown this weekend’s Honda Classic. Will Rory McIlroy walk over the field? Which golfers should perform well in Florida?
Kristie Ackert of the New York Daily News joins Garion Thorne to preview the reigning National League East Champion, and World Series runner-up, New York Mets. Will Yoenis Cespedes be able to recapture the form he had after being traded to the Big Apple last season in what amounts to another (pseudo) contract year? Can Travis d’Arnaud stay healthy enough to truly realize his potential? When is Zack Wheeler expected back in the fold and will his presence force Terry Collins back to a six-man rotation? Is Michael Conforto ready to shoulder the load of an everyday player? Finally, what a reasonable expectation for the aging David Wright?