- THE FANTASY SPORTS BOSS DRAFT GUIDE BOOKSTORE
- 2014 FANTASY FOOTBALL PLAYER ANALYZER
- 2014 FANTASY FOOTBALL DRAFT BUSTS
- 2014 FANTASY FOOTBALL SLEEPERS
- 2014 FANTASY FOOTBALL RANKINGS
- 2014 FANTASY BASEBALL RANKINGS
- RYAN STEELE'S 2014 NFL PICKS AND PRIME PLAYS
- RYAN STEELE'S 2014 COLLEGE FOOTBALL PICKS AND PRIME PLAYS
FOLLOW US ON TWITTER
SUBSCRIBE TO RYAN STEELE'S NFL BEST BETS SEASON PACKAGE FOR ONLY $299.99
NFL and college football professional handicapper Ryan Steele is back again for this third season with the Fantasy Sports Boss family to supply NFL and college football prime plays and best bets all season long. Once again Ryan posted a winning record in both in 2013 and is looking to do even better this season. What has always separated Ryan from the rest of the handicapping community is not wins (he will put his results up against anyone) but instead the price of his picks. For only $19.99 you get Ryan's NFL Best Bets and Prime Plays. Or if you want to subscribe for the whole season (which is a family that continues to grow), you can get all 17 weeks of NFL picks for $299.99 which is about two hundred dollars less than others in the handicapping community for an even better quality of picks. ******AS AN ADDED BONUS, RYAN IS RUNNING AN EARLY BIRD SEASON PACKAGE SPECIAL. SUBSCRIBE TO THE NFL SEASON PACKAGE BEFORE THIS FRIDAY AND RECEIVER THE COLLEGE FOOTBALL SEASON PACKAGE FOR FREE!!!!! THAT IS THE ENTIRE NCAA COLLEGE FOOTBALL BEST BETS AND PRIME PLAYS PACKAGE FOR FREE OF WHICH RYAN POSTED WINNING RECORDS EACH OF THE LAST TWO SEASONS. OR YOU CAN PURCHASE JUST THE NFL SEASON PACKAGE FOR A DISCOUNTED PRICE OF $174.99. USE THE BUY NOW TABS BELOW OR GO TO THE RIGHT OF THE HOMEPAGE TO PURCHASE. ALL PICKS SENT VIA E-MAIL.********
Monday, June 27, 2011
FANTASY BASEBALL CLOSING TIME: BIG TROUBLE FOR BROXTON???
Things got a little more newsworthy in the world of the fantasy baseball closer as this week's Closing Time feature will attest. Lets get right to it.
-Big news out of LA as rehabbing Dodgers closer Jonathan Broxton was shut down due to tightness in his pitching elbow. Brotxton was only a few days away from being activated from the DL where he stayed for the last month due to elbow soreness and so its likely he will be out of action for awhile longer. Surgery could also be a possibility now. Javy Guerra has pitched well recently and got the last save chance for the team. If the Dodgers were in contention for a playoff spot, you had to think they would be in on Heath Bell but thats not going to happen. So Guerra will get the chance to run with it and we'll see where it goes from here on out. I am not opitmistic he will be anything but a mediocre closer.
-Speaking of Heath Bell, the Cardinals and Phillies have been the two teams mentioned the most recently about adding the Padres closer. Phillies closer Ryan Madson is out 3-4 days with a numb pitching hand and he is far from proven as a ninth inning guy despite the success he has had this season. Bell would see many more save chances in Philly so keep a close eye here as it will have massive ramifications for both teams. Mike Adams would inherit the San Diego job where he would instantly be a top tier guy due to his continuously dominant campaigns the last few seasons.
-Keep an eye on Mark Melancon in Houston as he completely melted down on Sunday with 5 ER in 1.1 IP. Thats downright hideous and it marked the third straight outing he was scored on. Wilton Lopez would be the add and it could come soon.
-Jordan Walden blew his fifth save of the season on Sunday but he has built up enough credibility to be safe for the time being. Plus with Fernando Rodney on the DL, there is not much behind him other that Scott Downs who is their main lefty bullpen asset. You know how that goes.
-Things have turned around nicely for Sergio Santos in Chicago. He is back on safe ground.
Thats all for now. As always keep it tuned here for all the latest in closer news in fantasy baseball.