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Rotochamp: A Fantasy Baseball Projections Software Review

Posted by on Mar 20, 2011 in 2011 Fantasy Baseball, Fantasy Baseball Draft, Fantasy Baseball Rankings, Promotional Considerations | 1 comment

The biggest day of the year is almost here…draft day. Today we are going to review a product that could give you a big edge on the day of your draft, Roto Champ Draft Software. Roto Champ is a draft preparation and in-draft tool that is new in 2011. We were eager to try it and were not disappointed. Our first concerns with any draft day tool is how easy it is to setup based on your league settings/rules. Roto Champ has over 40 scoring categories to choose from and allows you to pick which MLB teams are represented for your player pool (AL, NL, Mix, and custom). You have an 8×8 NL-only league with 6 Ofs? Probably not, but the software could handle it. It allows you to pick the number of positions and reserve spots and includes...

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FBD And Skype Announce The “Super Smack Talk Awards”

Posted by on Feb 26, 2011 in 2011 Fantasy Baseball, Baseball News, Fantasy Baseball Draft, Promotional Considerations | 0 comments


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Need A Gift For A Yankee? Check Out “Lasting Yankee Stadium Memories”

Posted by on Dec 23, 2010 in Promotional Considerations | 1 comment

Editor’s Note: In September, your friend BeeZee at Fantasy Baseball Dugout was contacted about this great book by Alex Belth of Bronx Banter. I received an early copy, checked it out… and didn’t ever sit down and properly review it like a good blogger should. Shame on me. Anyway, since we clearly owe them a favor for not putting something together the first time, here’s some info on this solid book filled with anecdotes and testimonies about the house that Ruth built – “Old” Yankee Stadium. If you have a Yankee diehard on your Christmas list who misses the old stadium, this book could really be a great last minute gift. Buy Lasting Yankee Stadium Memories at From the press release: At Yankee games, the fans applaud in unison as their heroes circle the bases. The cheers may...

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Victor Martinez Close to Deal with the Tigers

Posted by on Nov 25, 2010 in 2011 Fantasy Baseball, Fantasy Baseball Catchers, Promotional Considerations | 0 comments

The switch-hitting catcher, Victor Martinez, entered the market as an attractive option for teams looking to add an elite offensive catcher. However, V-Mart could become the first big free agent signing in this offseason, as according to ESPN the 31-year-old player is close to a four year contract and $ 50 million deal with the Detroit Tigers. In fantasy, Martinez is one of the most productive catchers and is among the quality catchers to consider heading into the 2011 season. V-Mart is ranked at the second place in the 2011 Fantasy Baseball Catcher Rankings, one position higher than Brian McCann. In addition, Martinez is a four-time All-Star and his arrival to the Detroit Tigers should not change his good situation. Probably the Tigers will make use of V-Mart as their primary catcher, considering that Alex Avila, a second-year player,...

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Ignorant Turkey Basketball Player

Posted by on Nov 10, 2010 in Promotional Considerations | 1 comment

We don’t often show any basketball on Fantasy Baseball Dugout, but although we have a fantasy football site, we don’t have a basketball site (yet).  Now, with Allen Iverson going to play basketball in Turkey, we may as well look at a highlight from the Turkey basketball league. The violating player is Mike Batiste, formerly of Arizona State and then he had a cup of coffee with the Memphis Grizzlies before being cut by the Los Angeles Clippers. Looks to me like he is an angry man; angry about not being able to make it in the NBA. Watch this video and tell me something. Why wasn’t this dude...

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An Introduction to Sports Betting…

Posted by on Jun 11, 2010 in Promotional Considerations | 1 comment

Editor’s Note: Happy Friday! This article is a guest post by Dan Harrison, a veteran of sports betting who teaches people how to make no risk profits using a technique called matched betting. Matched betting is a form of no risk betting where you bet for and against a team in a football match, guaranteeing a profit if that team wins or loses. Dan’s matched betting advice is completely free, and it stands up to mathematical scrutiny too. You can also follow Dan on Twitter here. Any questions? Please ask in the comments area below. Dan will do what he can to answer them! What is sports betting? I’m assuming you’ve heard of sports betting to some extent? When you place a bet, you’re committing some money to an outcome of an event. If that event wins, you get...

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