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The Washington Nationals and Chicago Cubs were tied up at 2-2 after eight in Wrigley Field tonight, but some bad decisions late cost the Nats and Addison Russell hit a walk-off double in the ninth to win it. 3-2 Cubbies final.
Tonight I'm joined by one of "So-Called Fantasy Experts" resident prospect gurus, Stefan Zonia, to talk about America's favorite baseball topic: prospects.
We've seen some big names like Kris Bryant, Carlos Rodon and Addison Russell get called up with more on the way. Which guys are worth adding and starting now? Who's worth stashing and which minor leaguers can make the biggest impact in the show this season? Most importantly when will we find another Mike Trout (hint: never).
Tune in as we break down all the top minor league talent tonight!
Joining me on the SCFE Fantasy Baseball Podcast tonight is Dan Domenick as we take the tempurature on the season so far.
Which hot streaks are real? Which surprise teams do we believe in? What's wrong with Seattle and Washington? We'll deal with some more free agent strategy as well because season can be won or lost on the waiver wire.
Of course we'll discuss Kris Bryant and his fellow Chicago super prospects Carlos Rodon and Addison Russell as well as what the crowded Cubs infield could mean for Javier Baez.
If you've got any questions or topics you want us to call feel free to call in at (646) 716-7926
All that and more tonight on the SCFE Podcast!
The RotoExperts.com Fantasy Sports Show airs 5 times a week and also appears on The Fantasy Sports Television Network. Hosted by RotoExperts.com Staff Writer Chris Mitchell @CJMitch73 and Co-Hosted by @GeorgeKurtz, Brandon C Williams @BCWilliams71, Ian Riley @Ian_Riley, Kyle Soppe @unsoppable23, Daniel Dobish @DanielEDobish , Bobby McMann @HelloImBobby, Ricky Sanders @RSandersRX, Lenny Melnick @lennyMelnick, Adam Ronis @AdamRonis, and Jennifer Millman @JMillmanRX.
We discuss everything in Fantasy sports with analysts from all over the spectrum of the Fantasy sports industry.
Host: Chris Mitchell @CJMitch73
Guests: Ricky Sanders @RSandersRX
Tuessday April 21st, 2015
Topics on the Agenda
* DFS for Tuesday 4/21/2015
* Cubs Youth explosion : Kris Bryant and Addison Russell
* Weekend Streamers
* Boom and Bust: Early season Booms and Busts
The tag team duo of Tee and Jerz is reunited for the 1st time in a long time and we want you to join the discussion, as always! 347-945-7086 is the magic number to get in on new money for Cam... What does this mean for Russell Wilson and his negotiations with the Seahawks? NBA Finals preview as we have an in depth discussion about "The Choices of the Chosen One" and what a Championship win for Cleveland means for LeBron's ever growing legacy. Is it Steph Curry's time and where do you rank him as an All-Time shooting great? Fred Hoiberg is officially announced as the Chicago Bulls new head coach and MORE! Hit us up!
Ted Bergman grew up in the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles, sold his first TV comedy script, The Munsters, while still a senior at UCLA and claims that girls still continued to ignore him. A short time later he became the youngest staff writer for The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, earning an Emmy nomination which he claims he’s never lived up to. Bergman’s producing and writing credits range from The Hollywood Squares to All in the Family, Sanford and Son, What's Happening, Gimme a Break, The Garry Shandling Show and way too many unsold pilots like, Who Needs Friends?! and The al-Qaida Comedy Hour.
Ted and his wife Kathy, a mosaic artist, now live in Northern California, in the heart of the Napa Sonoma wine country with their Abyssinian cat, Cecil and their Jack Russell Terrier, Jake.
Ted Bergman’s current comedy projects are his website: dogsandcatsgohollywood.com and a YouTube Channel that is premiering his new web series, The Canine Cat News Network. Ted describes CCNN as funny, irreverent, anti-cute take on the news, seen through the eyes of it’s co-anchors, a freewheeling feline named, Ziggy and an tightly wound Terrier named, Jake.
CLEVELAND: The judge who found a Cleveland police officer not guilty in the fatal shootings of two unarmed citizens has a reputation as a careful and deliberative jurist, attorneys say.Brelo was the only officer charged criminally because prosecutors said he waited to fire his last 15 rounds until the car with Russell and Williams inside had stopped and no longer posed a threat to officersafter the car that has been sprayed with over 100 bullents from police officers. We make a live call.Judge John P. O’Donnell, decider of Cleveland police verdict, has reputation as careful jurist
Everyone is focused on the NBA Finals, and with good reason. But there are 28 other teams in the NBA, each with a plan to get where the Cavs and Warriors are right now.
And if I told you the Sixers had the best plan of them all, would you believe me? Vinny DelNegro and Joel Meyers of Sirius XM NBA Radio were skeptical when the subject came up in this interview, especially when I said that a decade from now we'll be taking about a dynasty in Philly.
And as I told DelNegro when he questioned my prediction, it will not take a decade for the Sixers to be contending for championships. It'll take five years -- maybe less. And that is why 10 years from now, we'll be talking dynasty. It's what happens in years 6-10 that'll move the discussion to that next level.
Everyone likes to poke fun at Sam Hinkie these days, calling him the best tank driver since Michael Dukakis. But they used to say similar things about Sam Presti, who tanked and put together a core of Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and James Harden that should have won multiple championships by now if now for the ill-advised decision to trade Harden rather than max him out.
But Presti was having to operate under a tight salary cap, which is something Hinkie will not have to deal with. By the time Nerlens Noel, Joel Embiid, Dario Saric and others finish their rookie scale contracts, the salary cap will be well over $100 million -- and teams will be able to carry at least three max players on their roster. If Hinkie plays his cards right, he'll have a core of five or six studs to build with over the next half-decade and beyond. Nobody has ever built a team this way, and by the time it is all said and done, Hinkie will be in the Hall of Fame. Mark my words on that, because you heard it here first.
Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio as Cecile Bereal, your host of Serving Up Diversity, interviews Jill Addison, On-line Video Producer at Jill Addison.com.
Jill loves blending the creativity of video production with the strategic thinking of online video marketing to attract new clients to your business. She saw how her husband had started his own video production company, and thought, “I bet I could do that!”
Cecile Bereal is your host of Serving Up Diversity, a show designed to showcase the value of diversity and inclusion in the workplace and to examine best practices among stellar companies striving for a cohesive and diverse workforce.
Washington, D.C. has many exceptional vocalist, join me this evening when I interview one of them, Heidi Martin. She is a vocalist and composer who is a native Washingtonian. Also, trumpeter Russell Gunn who grew up in East St. Louis, Illinois will join us. Heidi Martin and Russell Gunn will perform together at Bohemian Caverns this weekend. Heidi studied at the University of the District of Columbia with Professor Calvin Jones. In addition, she took private lessons with drummer/vocalist Grady Tate. Since that time she has performed in New York often and around the world. Russell Gunn has had a Grammy nominated recording, Ethnomusicology vol. 1. In 1999, Oliver Lake saw him performing in St. Louis and invited him to perform in New York. Next, he was heard by Denis Jeter, an assistant to Wynton Marsalis at Lincoln Center, who recommended him for the third trumpet chair in Marsalis' Blood on the Fields. After receiving rave notices for his performances, he began to earn recognition. As a result, he has many recordings and has traveled all over the world playing jazz music. Jazz lives at Jazz Notes!