MLB Roto RX – Episode 6

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Join Andy Singleton and Tehol Beddict every Thursday on YouTube as they break down Fantasy Baseball like you’ve never seen before.This week they are joined by Doctor Selene Parekh who will discuss hamstring injuries and comment on a number of injured players.

For previous episode go to #RotoRx, Nickel Press TV. or Nickel Press TV on iTunes.

A Breakdown of today’s show topics.

  • Prince (3:07)
  • Jose Berrios (4:35)
  • Byron Buxton (6:41)
  • Max Kepler (6:57)
  • Taijuan Walker (8:57)
  • Nathan Eovaldi & No Hitter etiquette (11:24)
  • Rick Porcello (14:09)
  • Henry Owens (16:31)
  • Blake Swihart/Christian Vasquez (17:38)
  • Tanner Roark (18:24)
  • Travis d’Arnaud (20:12) – Doctor’s Report
  • Welington Castillo (23:39)
  • Colby Rasmus (25:46)
  • Nomara Mazara vs Michael Conforto (28:56)
  • Aledmys Diaz (31:18)
  • Mandatory Trevor Story mention (33:15)
  • Yoenis Cespedes (34:00) – Doctor’s Report
  • Justin Smoak (35:55)
  • Chris Carter (37:50)
  • Rush Hour (39:06)
  • Neil Walker (40:39)
  • Rendon, Russell, or Wong (41:00)
  • Troy Tulowitzki (42:18)
  • Mike Moustakas & Maikel Franco (44:23)
  • Hamstring Injuries (44:56) – Doctor’s Report
  • Valencia, Morton, and Carrasco (48:52)
  • Sean Manaea & Greg Allen (51:58) – Fawkes Minor Report
  • Domonic Brown (58:18)
  • Jose Reyes (1:01:24)
  • Keone Kela (1:03:15) – Doctor’s Report

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3 thoughts on “MLB Roto RX – Episode 6”

  1. Hello to the Assembly! Excited to be a part of this, and looking forward to getting to know you all. We started doing this show with no real goal in sight, we just thought we had some good info to share with you, and could do it in a light and entertaining fashion. Once we had the Doctor on board, it almost seemed like this would be a good idea. But, we leave that opinion for you to decide. So don’t be shy!! Tell us how you feel, what you like/dislike, want to hear, or want us to shut up about. We can take the negative remarks (although, we do prefer the positive ones).

  2. Nice show fellahs. I like the format. I’m a Giants fan out here in SanFran. Shout out to Tehol and congrats for the Mariners, cuz I agree this is the year. But I am worried about Felix and hope Karns can be that number 3 option all year long. The offense and defense however looks really good. And with TZ in the bullpen, wow, and don’t overlook Montgomery. He was once a top guy for the Royals back in the not so distant day. Ianetta catching is a subtle bonus too, because he can really get the best out of the pitching staff and hit a decent lil’bit on the batting side as well.

    I am a 10 year running fantasy MLB champ and consider myself a top-notch MLB analyst. In my real life, I have been a high school math teacher for 18 years.

    Good show. I will definitely become a regular listener. and just remember … “Haters gotta hate but nevetheless genuine love still always rises to the top.” 🙂 🙂 🙂

    1. My man! Don’t even know where to begin, because I know comments are not the easiest to come by (no matter how encouraging you try to be). So, I thank you immensely, not only for leaving one, but for it being a positive one at that! 10 straight years?!?! That is b-a-n-a-n-a-s! Maybe we should get you on the show as well! Just an FYI, Tehol changes team allegiances more than there’s games in a week. I kid (partially), but the M’s and the Seahawks are definitely his guys.

      Really happy to know, and honored, that a guy who obviously knows his stuff thinks highly enough of our new show to become a regular listener. Please keep us honest as we continue to grow, and don’t hesitate to offer any suggestions you may have. Thanks again, and confident we will speak again soon.

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