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Profile: Dave McKay

Dave McKay is a former Producer at ESPN who was a key member of the launch team for the ESPNEWS network. Over the past two decades and more than 20,000 hours of effort, Dave has evolved into a trusted fantasy sports expert in both baseball and football. He focuses on evergreen competitive strategies not just typical player rankings. It is important to Dave to help fantasy sports players discover how to build a competitive advantage in their leagues.

Recent Blog Posts

11/9/2012 10:53:00 AMStretching Your Bench
11/2/2012 1:15:00 PMThe Art of the Deal
10/26/2012 11:59:00 AMStrategy for the Playoff Drive

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Do Analytics Take the Fun Out of Sports?
Apparently that was the topic of one of the presentations at the Sloan Sports Analytics Conference in Boston last week. The presenter, Yale's Edward Tufte, opined:

Don't let people tell you analytics are reductionist and take the joy out of sports. They mostly just take the stupidity out of sports.

Is he right?

RotoWire's AL LABR Squad
The 2014 AL LABR auction went down at the Arizona Republic offices in downtown Phoenix Saturday night. It's a 12-team, 5 x 5, AL-only league with 2 C, 1 1B, 1 2B. 1 3B, 1 SS, 1 CI, 1 MI, 5 OF, 1 U and 9 pitchers. Everyone has $260 to spend.
The Problem With Drafting Billy Hamilton
Billy Hamilton went for $28 in the NL LABR auction this past weekend. I discussed this with a fellow writer who participates in Tout Wars with me later this month and we discussed the problem with investing heavily into Hamilton.
Payne's Daily Fantasy Basketball Experiment
Let's see if I can make any money doing daily fantasy hoops.
My 12-Team NFBC RotoWire Online Championship Team
I drafted out of the 11-hole for the "Beat Chris Liss" league. I had done a fair amount of research on optimal roster construction from that slot, and I decided I'd go hitter in the first round, three pitchers in 2-4 and then hitting for the next 10 rounds or so before filling in with upside pitchers late. Of course, few battle plans survive the actual war. Here are the results:

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