Fantasy Assembly was founded by Paul Hartman and went live on September 12th, 2013. The concept of this site is simple, to give readers the best possible fantasy advice available. Our expertise here is based upon years of playing the game as almost every member of the Assembly has been playing fantasy baseball or football for 10 plus years. While our analysis is supported by stats and sabermetrics, it is based upon firsthand experience. We may not always be right (who is), but we do our best to come close.
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Now Meet the team: (Click on the player cards to see each authors archives)
No wife and kids, just a 5-year-old black lab named Shiloh. Jim lives in central New Jersey so he’s just an hour away from Citizens Bank Park, Citi Field, Yankees Studium and the Jersey Shore (hold the Snokki jokes).
Kevin was a White Sox fan growing up, but his brothers were Cubs fans so they watched/listened to far more games with Pat & Ron. He switched to being a full-time Cubs fan after Fisk, Guillen and Baines were gone from the Sox, and then the White Sox won the world series (go figure). Kevin edits books for a living and hope to one day find a way to get paid just to read.
Andy is a lifelong Pittsburgh sports fan and a graduate from Penn State. Baseball was his first love and he still plays to this day in an adult baseball league. He loves helping people with their questions on Twitter so feel free to follow him and ask questions.
James lives in Tampa, Florida and is often one of the 10,000 people you can see at Rays’ home games. He’s a huge fan of prospects, loves analyzing swing mechanics, and will eat a “Top 100” list for breakfast. Dynasty leagues are his forte, especially rebuilding teams; building a farm system is the best part.
Father of four SP1 children. Replacement level husband to a top tier wife. I love my family, value my friendships, and spend as much time as possible (too much according to the aforementioned Mrs. Coleman) dedicated to the pursuit, of another Fantasy Championship. I’m the oddball at the bar who prefers Fantasy Baseball to Fantasy Football.
Comedian, Powerlifter, and most importantly a Cum Laude graduate of the fantasy baseball school of hard knocks. Double major in points and categories with a minor in roto. Happy to be doing my Postgraduate work here at the Fantasy Assembly.
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Marc is a life-long Cubs fan and baseball enthusiast who has been riding high from the instant Kris Bryant’s throw popped into Anthony Rizzo’s glove on November 2, 2016. He has been playing fantasy baseball since before the internet was a thing.
Proud member of Cardinal nation since the 80’s, been playing fantasy sports since the 90’s. Nothing better than a blockbuster baseball keeper trade in the dead of winter. Always hunting for the next fantasy version of Garry Templeton for Ozzie Smith.
Though Ron is a Dodgers fan, he is more likely to be found at Angel Stadium or Petco Park during the regular season. The Dodgers play 9-10 games a year in San Diego so Petco is basically Dodgers Stadium south. By day he is a high school teacher as well as a golf coach and previously coached baseball. When not working, he can be found at home with his beautiful wife and dog Brooklyn.
Joe has been passionate about fantasy football since 2001. He has experience as an owner as well as a commissioner in H2H, auction, redraft and IDP leagues. He has written fantasy football columns since 2010.
Maryland born and raised. Currently studying at Towson University – Journalism & New Media. Thankful for all of those who are a part of my life and excited to meet others who are not yet. Lover of both fantasy baseball & football, but that goes without saying. Feel free to catch me on Twitter; you’ll see a lot of Ravens and Nationals stuff in 140 characters or less.
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Neil has been an avid fantasy sports player since 1991 and a profitable low stakes DFS grinder since 2014. Neil is ranked in the top 20% of DFS players in 3 sports and in the top 10% of DFS players for his stakes per RotoGrinders rankings. As a native Montrealer Neil hopes to get a Major League Baseball team back to his hometown some day soon.
Eric (Mr Clutch)
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Eric has played fantasy football for nearly 20 years now and is primarily a GPP player in DFS. He estimates he enters lineups in either football, basketball, baseball or golf roughly 350 days a year. Eric is ranked inside the top 7% in RotoGrinders overall player ranking.