Jim Furyk will never win an award for the sexiest swing, but he might be the key to win you some cash. (Photo: Icon SMI)

RBC Canadian Open Preview

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Cliff Lee has been around the block a few times, but is still a very effective SP. (Photo: Icon SMI)

Sabermagic: At What Age is the Turning Point?

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Adam Scott is the DK favorite this week. Is his lofty salary worth it? (Photo: Icon SMI)

The (British) Open Championship Preview

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Jim Furyk will never win an award for the sexiest swing, but he might be the key to win you some cash. (Photo: Icon SMI)

RBC Canadian Open Preview

From the British Open to the Canadian Open, it's been a whirlwind week of golf eh? Here are Matt's favori

Cliff Lee has been around the block a few times, but is still a very effective SP. (Photo: Icon SMI)

Sabermagic: At What Age is the Turning Point?

Michael Caron investigates Chinese arm wrestling, hook shot defense, hiking misfortunes and where you kin

Adam Scott is the DK favorite this week. Is his lofty salary worth it? (Photo: Icon SMI)

The (British) Open Championship Preview

The Open Championship is upon us and will begin while most of the western hemisphere is asleep. Matt's go

Sabermagic: Gaining Momentum

Nelly Cruz has been a power source this year. Let's hope he's not juicing again. (Photo: Icon SMI)

A host of players have surprised us in the good way this year. Michael Caron tells you if it’s time to fall in love with them, or time to break up. Continue reading

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The 2014 Empire League Trade Value Chart

Who would you rather have in 3 years: Sammy Watkins or Brandon Marshall? (Photo: Icon SMI)

CP’s initial 2014 Empire League rankings and trade value chart is unveiled. Continue reading

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Roto History: The Revolution of 1987

Rest in peace Mr. Padre. Those of us who grew up on 1980's baseball will never forget you. (Photo: Icon SMI)

As we near the All Star Break, Daniel Archer looks back at some of his favorite stars of the past and how they stack up to 2014. Continue reading

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The John Deere Classic Preview

Last year a teenage Jordan Spieth won this event. Can he repeat? (Photo: Icon SMI)

We’re tuning up for another major with DraftKings fantasy golf analysis from Matt Midlikowski. Continue reading

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DraftKings: Random Rule

Kyle Seager has been Brian's favorite play at home against righties. (Photo: Icon SMI)

BTXJ has your Tuesday DraftKings fix. So if you want to win some cash tonight, read this. Continue reading

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Fantasy Football (Almost) Daily: Gordon, Gore, Romo, News

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Josh Gordon, Tony Romo and Fats Thomas news and notes! Continue reading

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Starting Pitcher Planner: Red, White, and Blue

AlfREDo Simon throws a WHITE baseball this week against the Cubs, who wear BLUE. (Photo: Icon SMI)

Pitching a baseball is as American as apple pie, Joey Chestnut and bandwagon soccer fanaticism. Plan your pitching week right here. Continue reading

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Fantasy Football (Almost) Daily: MFL10 Draft Recap

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Charch, Mat and BTXJ recap our current MFL10 draft and go over our strategies for this type of league. Continue reading

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Fantasy Football (Almost) Daily: July 1, 2014

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Charch and Mat go over some of the relevant fantasy news and notes including what to do with Jimmy Graham if his upcoming ruling states that he is no longer a tight end and is ruled a wide receiver. Continue reading

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Gold Rush: Year 2 Wide Receivers

Is Cordarrelle Patterson on the brink of a sophomore surge? (Photo: Icon SMI)

Ryan Boser takes an in-depth look at second year wide receivers and makes some predictions on which will break out in their sophomore campaign. Continue reading

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