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Fantasy sports podcast: NHL keepers hurt by new teams; MLB run barrage

Tim Benz
Phil Kessel and Josh Bell are affecting fantasy sports lineups in different ways.

It’s our weekly fantasy sports podcast with Jeff Erickson of Rotowire.

This week we get into major player changes affecting hockey and basketball fantasy leagues.

We’ve seen a ton of player movement in the NHL. Jeff and I each give you one player that has changed teams who could kill fantasy owners now that they’ve joined different clubs.

Also, there’s one player swap that Jeff really thinks will impact the NBA. Find out what it is.

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In baseball, home runs are blurring the lines of reality. Well, if reality actually exists in fantasy baseball.

But you get the point. Much like in the real world, are the power numbers bloating the values of certain players in fantasy baseball as they are on-field?

Plus, we are roughly a year into expanded legalized gambling. We examine how the fantasy world is being impacted.

And, believe it or not, we even dive into fantasy … tennis?

Tim Benz is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Tim at [email protected] or via Twitter. All tweets could be reposted. All emails are subject to publication unless specified otherwise.

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