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2015 FSWA Writing Awards

2015 FSWA Writing Awards

2015 FSWA Writing Awards

2015 FSWA Writing Awards

Q&A with Matthew Berry

Q&A with Matthew Berry

ESPN's Matthew Berry takes time out for a few questions about his new book, Fantasy Life.  

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2015 FSWA awards finalists PDF Print E-mail
Written by Andy Behrens   
Thursday, 07 January 2016 18:59

The Fantasy Sports Writers Association announced finalists for its 2015 writing and media awards on Thursday afternoon. This is the FSWA's twelfth awards season, and the organization received a record number of nominations. All submissions were reviewed by an independent panel of university professors, via a blind judging process. Winners will be announced live on SiriusXM in the coming weeks. 

Finalists for the 2015 awards are as follows:

Last Updated on Saturday, 09 January 2016 05:42
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FSWA announces 2015 Hall of Fame class PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 18 December 2015 08:57

 

The Fantasy Sports Writers Association is pleased to announce its 2015 Hall of Fame class. Our six-person selection committee cast final ballots last week, selecting three new Hall inductees...

Joe Bryant: Joe is a co-founder of Footballguys.com, one of our industry's leading providers of fantasy content and tools. He has been responsible for recruiting, hiring, managing and mentoring the remarkably talented staff at FG. Bryant has written about fantasy sports for over 25 years and played the game much longer. He introduced Value Based Drafting (VBD) to the fantasy community, one of the most important, enduring and useful concepts in our game. 

Jason Grey: Jason launched Mastersball.com in 1997 and over the years has produced insightful, high-quality content for MLB.com, SI, RotoTimes and ESPN. He is a 2007 graduate of the MLB Scouting Bureau Scout Development Program and was hired by the Tampa Bay Rays as a full-time scout in 2012. Grey has not only been a pioneering fantasy writer and outstanding reporter, but he's also one of the most talented fantasy players and strategists our industry has seen. He is a three-time Tout Wars winner and two-time LABR champion. 

Alex Patton: Patton is the author of nine books on rotisserie baseball player valuation, and he began analyzing and writing about our game in 1988. He developed the concept of Stage Theory in rotisserie baseball. Patton helped develop one of the game's first draft software programs, and he has been a contributor to ESPN, BaseballHQ and various annuals. Today, he can be found at PattonandCo.com. 

We congratulate these industry pioneers and look forward to celebrating their careers in the days and weeks ahead. 

Last Updated on Friday, 18 December 2015 09:07
 
Q&A with John Paulsen PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chet Gresham   
Friday, 11 December 2015 06:42

John Paulsen writes and ranks for 4for4 Fantasy Football and has kept up a blistering pace over at Fantasy Pros with his weekly rankings, um, rankings. He was kind enough to answer a few questions below about fantasy, rankings, dynasty and more!

 

1. How did you get interested in fantasy football?

I started playing in college in the early 90s. My first league was actually an auction league, which is sort of funny since snake drafts still dominate the industry. We used to calculate our own scores using the box scores in the Monday/Tuesday editions of the USA Today. I loved the marriage between statistics and sports, and the challenge of outwitting my competition. I won that league and have been hooked since.

2. How did you get started in the fantasy football business?

After college, I worked as an industrial engineer for FedEx doing a variety of work, but it was all very math-heavy. They were downsizing in the early 2000s and I took a buyout because I didn’t want to move back to Memphis. Knowing that I could always go back to engineering, I wanted to pursue a career in sportswriting, and I found a job working for a sports blog (The Scores Report). There, I started writing about fantasy sports and when I saw that FantasyPros was judging accuracy in 2010, I entered the contest and managed to win it. A year or two later I joined 4for4.com as their full-time ranker.

Last Updated on Friday, 11 December 2015 07:43
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