Vlad Sedler

MLB and NFL Analyst      

Vlad is one of the world's best high-stakes fantasy baseball and fantasy football players. A CDM Sports Hall of Famer, Vlad won the Football Super Challenge in 2013 and has won 17 of 38 high-stakes leagues he's entered since 2013. Nominated for the FSWA Football Writer of the Year award in 2015, Vlad has been writing about baseball and football for various outlets since 2010 and playing fantasy sports for over 20 years. Vlad qualified for the FanDuel baseball live final in 2016, finishing 10th out of 100, won the expert league Tout Wars H2H in his first year participating (2017) and is possibly the world's only Packers AND Raiders fan.


 Vlad's Hitter Breakdown - 8/14
Posted by Vlad Sedler on Tuesday, August 14, 2018 - 14:04

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 Vlad's Hitter Breakdown - 8/13
Posted by Vlad Sedler on Monday, August 13, 2018 - 14:29
 Vlad's FAAB Values: Week 20
Posted by Vlad Sedler on Saturday, August 11, 2018 - 16:16

Steck should be the man for the Marlins, though, save opportunities have been hard to come by for this squad lately (just one win in their last nine). Kyle Barraclough hits the disabled list with lower-back stiffness after getting bludgeoned to roto death over his last seven appearances (14 earned runs in 5.2 innings). Steckenrider is the most talented of this group listed and should have just been named the closer from the beginning. He has allowed just three homers in 50 innings and has held opposing righty bats to a miniscule .223 wOBA...


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 Vlad's Hitter Breakdown - 8/10
Posted by Vlad Sedler on Friday, August 10, 2018 - 14:15

A lovely 14-game slate with more pitching options worth considering than we have seen in quite some time...


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 Vlad's Hitter Breakdown - 8/9
Posted by Vlad Sedler on Thursday, August 9, 2018 - 15:00

Today, it’s a low-key six game slate where we typically take it easy with exposure to cash games. Nothing ever happens as expected, and if it did, we’d all share all the money. That’s why on a small one like today, expect the unexpected. Does that mean Justin Verlander gets blasted for seven earned? Not likely…but not out of the realm of possibility. We’re looking at chalk with Red Sox (vs Borucki), Yankees (vs Jurado) and of course, in Coors Field where Ross Stripling returns from a quick DL stint and a sometimes stout Tyler Anderson toes the rubber for the Rockies. Nothing sneaky about the Rays today as we should expect some ownership on them as well. The Rangers are a team to consider as well, especially if J.A. Happ has his hand and foot in his mouth for his pinstripes’ debut. Let’s GO!


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