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Podcast: The State of Philadelphia Sports

April 28, 2022 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off on Podcast: The State of Philadelphia Sports
Tobias Harris looked good to begin the series for the Philadelpha 76ers.
Tobias Harris helped set the early tone for the Sixers, but slowed since. (Sports Illustrated)

RotoRob was asked to join the Sports Phanatics News Podcast news this week to talk all things Philadelphia-sports related with host Joe Borek. It was a lively discussion, filled with analysis about what’s going right, but (in typical Philly fashion) mostly what’s going wrong with the sports teams in the City of Brotherly Love.

Among the topics we covered were:

  • Why is James Harden shying away from being a scorer?
  • Has Toronto’s turnaround in this series been more about Philly’s offense slipping or the Raptors’ D stepping up?
  • Our early thoughts on this year’s Phillies.
  • Concerns about the bullpen.
  • Once Ranger Suarez starts throwing quality strikes again, he’ll be fine.
  • How surprised we are that Odubel Herrera is still with the Phillies.
  • How big a difference there’s been since the Flyers hired the Kings’ development staff and Daniel Briere.
  • The fact that Ryan Ellis wasn’t even in the Flyers’ team photo does not bode well.
  • How Sam Morin provided some energy to the Flyers last season before getting hurt yet again.
  • Some of the technical details the Flyers need to fix in their game to turn things around.
  • Can the team address its depth at the centre position?
  • For the sake of team ownership, General Manager Chuck Fletcher keeps calling it an “aggressive retool,” but all his moves keep saying “rebuild.”
  • How important it is to nail the draft this year.

You can listen to the full Podcast below.

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The Wire Troll: Tanner Rainey Reining in Nats Closer Gig

April 23, 2022 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off on The Wire Troll: Tanner Rainey Reining in Nats Closer Gig
Yes, his command has been spotty, but at least he’s delivering positive value and you know he’s capable of racking up the Ks when he’s on (26 per cent K rate since the start of 2021, putting him in the 82nd percentile). Quintana’s flyball rate is down a smidge, but that’s been negated by getting hit harder, so this is definitely a wild card. But if you need pitching help in an NL-only league, he could be worth a flier because of his strikeout potential.
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The Wire Troll: Chris Paddack Aims to Turn Things Around on Twins

April 9, 2022 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off on The Wire Troll: Chris Paddack Aims to Turn Things Around on Twins
Sanmartin showed enough promise in his brief taste of the bigs last year that he’s now the No. 2 man in the Reds rotation. The southpaw went undefeated in two very impressive starts last season, making him another serious sleeper worthy of grabbing early to see how things play out. Yes, Sanmartin had a rough debut Friday, but we expect much better from him going forward.
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2002 MLB Draft Recap: Part VI

April 7, 2022 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off on 2002 MLB Draft Recap: Part VI
Today, we examine the final five picks of the first round, and we’ll warn you in advance — the pickings were slim here as there were some top prospects that simply failed to live up to the advance billing.
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2022 Top 100 Fantasy Baseball Prospects

March 21, 2022 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off on 2022 Top 100 Fantasy Baseball Prospects
This season, we plummeted from 64 to 44 returnees, which is likely yet another consequence of the missing 2020 season. We anticipated more grads, more players falling off the list and more newbies as we got further away from 2020, so this is not a shock.
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