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Welcome FakeTeams New Writers

If you haven't noticed yet, we have added a several new writers to the FakeTeams team of writers, and as a result, we are increasing our offseason fantasy baseball and basketball coverage.

Please join me in welcoming the following writers:

Paul Rice

Kevin Boger

Craig Goldstein

Chris Buckley

Markus Potter

Rob Langevin

Maxmilien Rosenberg

Maxmillien will be working with Mike Gallagher, David Pincus and TJ Mahoney on our fantasy basketball coverage. Max used to write for and joined us last weekend.

Paul Rice has been with us for a few months now covering fantasy baseball with a nice slice of humor to go along with it. Paul will be writing a few times per week for us, usually late at night, but they are very informative and humorous at the same time.

Kevin Boger joined us last week and you may have noticed his Head to Head Points league position rankings this week. Kevin will be covering Head to Head Points leagues with Robert Bishop during the season, and will write a weekly Waiver Wiire article for points leagues, while Robert will write a weekly Two Start Pitchers article.

Craig Goldstein joined FakeTeams last week and will be working with Jason Hunt covering minor league prospects for deeper dynasty leagues. He has recently posted articles covering his Top 12 Hitting Prospects and Pitching Prospect for 2012.

Chris Buckley joined us last week as well, and will be covering fantasy/dynasty leagues for us. He recently posted an article discussing how overvalued Joey Votto has been in recent mock drafts, and will be writing an article discussing his 50 round dynasty league draft in the near future.

Markus Potter joined us a few weeks ago and will be posting the daily fantasy baseball links articles, providing FakeTeams readers all the links to the best fantasy baseball sites across the net.

Rob Langevin (aka smokeymcpots) will begin writing for FakeTeams next week and he will be writing the weekly Closers Report for us. In addition, he will be writing a weekly Waiver Wire article for deeper fantasy leagues (14-16 team leagues). Rob also writes for one of my favorite fantasy baseball blogs, Razzball, so you will still be able to read his fantasy baseball insight over there as well.

Please join me in welcoming all of our new writers to FakeTeams! As you can see, we have significantly increased our fantasy baseball coverage, and I think we might be the only site out there that is posting rankings for mixed leagues, AL-Only, NL-Only and Head to Head Points leagues at this point.

Once the season starts, you can expect an increase in our fantasy baseball coverage on a daily basis, as we are here to help you win your leagues this season. But we also want to hear from you, so make sure you let us know what your opinions are on each of our articles. You can learn a lot from us, but we also learn from you, so make sure your voices and opinions are heard/read here at FakeTeams.