RotoGraphs

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RotoGraphs is a website run by Fangraphs Inc., created and owned by David Appelman. RotoGraphs provides fantasy baseball advice and analysis in tandem with FanGraphs and originally featured David Golebiewski of ESPN Inside Edge, Marc Hulet, Brian Joura of newyorkmetsdaily.com, and Peter Bendix.[1]

As with FanGraphs, all major league baseball data on the website is provided by Baseball Info Solutions and all Minor league baseball data is provided by Major League Baseball Advanced Media, distributed by STATS LLC. All Win Expectancy, Leverage Index, and Run Expectancy data are licensed from InsideTheBook.com. All Ultimate zone rating (UZR) calculations are provided by Mitchel Lichtman.

Regular writers[edit]

  • Mike Axisa (Apr '10 - Present)[2] – RotoGraphs staff writer. Also writes for and co-founded River Ave. Blues, a Yankees blog.
  • Michael Barr (Feb '11 - Present)[3] – RotoGraphs and FanGraphs staff writer.
  • Howard Bender (Feb '11 - Present)[4] – Founder of The Fantasy Baseball Buzz, also a contributor to the 2011 Fantasy Baseball Guide magazine and ESPN Radio.[5]
  • Jason Catania (Mar '11 - Present)[6] – Also writes for ESPN The Magazine and ESPN Insider.[7]
  • Ben Duronio (Jan '12 - Present)[8] – Also writes for the Capitol Avenue Club, a Braves blog. Worked with ESPN Stats & Info Group.
  • Erik Hahmann (Feb '11 - Present)[9] – Previously wrote for Bloomberg Sports, also writes for DraysBay.[10]
  • Mike Podhorzer (Mar '11 - Present)[11] – Has written for The Fantasy Baseball Generals and FantasyPros911.[12]
  • Zach Sanders (Nov '09 - Present)[13] – RotoGraphs staff writer and creator of the Roto Riteup, a daily fantasy baseball column which runs through the duration of the MLB season. Sanders also contributes to RotoGraphs' Fantasy Rankings.[14]
  • Eno Sarris (May '09 - Present)[15] – RotoGraphs editor and FanGraphs staff writer.[16]
  • Dan Wade (Aug '11 - Present)[17] – RotoGraphs staff writer.
  • Brandon Warne (Feb '12 - Present)[18] - Covers two start starting pitchers for Rotographs. Warne covered the Minnesota Twins as a beat reporter for the 2013 season for 1500 ESPN.
  • David Wiers (Mar '12 - Present)[19] - RotoGraphs staff writer and co-author of the Roto Riteup series.[20]

Radio[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rotographs". Beyond the Boxscore. Retrieved April 22, 2011. 
  2. ^ Axisa, Mike. "Starting Pitchers: April 12th". 
  3. ^ Barr, Michael. "Fallers at First Base". 
  4. ^ Bender, Howard. "2011 Player Rankings: Catchers". 
  5. ^ "Keeper League Would You Rather?: Joe Mauer or Alex Avila". RotoGraphs. Retrieved September 26, 2011. 
  6. ^ Catania, Jason. "2011 Player Rankings: AL OF". 
  7. ^ "Keeper Strategy — 2012 Impact Rookies: Starting Pitchers". RotoGraphs. Retrieved September 26, 2011. 
  8. ^ Duronio, Ben. "Jordan Walden, a Poor Man’s Craig Kimbrel". 
  9. ^ Hahmann, Erik. "$1 Catchers: Shoppach and Torrealba". 
  10. ^ "Pomeranz and Dickey Streaming Friday Starters". RotoGraphs. Retrieved September 26, 2011. 
  11. ^ Podhorzer, Mike. "$1 NL Outfield Option: Nate McLouth". 
  12. ^ "Potential 2012 K9 Surgers". RotoGraphs. Retrieved September 26, 2011. 
  13. ^ Sanders, Zach. "Free Agent Fantasy Impact: Matt Holliday". 
  14. ^ Sanders, Zach. "End of Season Rankings: First Base". 
  15. ^ Sarris, Eno. "Iannetta’s Batty Batted Ball Numbers". 
  16. ^ Sarris, Eno. "Eno Sarris Baseball Chat - 10/26/12". 
  17. ^ Wade, Dan. "Santana, Hughes: AL Starting Pitchers". 
  18. ^ Warne, Brandon. "First Time Ottoneu Owner – Draft Strategy and Rationale". 
  19. ^ Wiers, David. "Roto Riteup: March 23rd, 2012". 
  20. ^ Wiers, David. "Roto Riteup: October 19, 2012". 

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