Matt Moczygemba
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Matt Moczygemba

I'm a 23-year-old who just graduated from Texas Tech and I'm obsessed with fantasy sports, specifically fantasy baseball, basketball and football. You can follow me on Twitter @MattMoczy and I'm more than willing to answer any fantasy-related questions you may have.

Clayton Kershaw Fantasy Baseball
2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

The fifth week of the Major League baseball season didn’t have as many games played as usual and stud two-start pitchers ¬†were sparse while examining the starting pitcher landscape for the week. That will not be a problem as we enter Week 6. The must-start two-start options this week are

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Troy Tulowitzki Fantasy Baseball
2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

On draft day, one of the main principles I live by is to not end up with too many injury-prone players on my squads. The thinking behind this is you want to try to minimize risk on draft day as navigating your way through a grueling 162 game schedule is

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Manny Machado Fantasy Baseball
2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Welcome to the fourth edition of the weekly roundup article that will talk about some recent news related to fantasy relevant players in Major League Baseball. As each week passes, fantasy owners must evaluate their team as a whole to identify if there any weak spots that must be addressed

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Masahiro Tanaka fantasy baseball
2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

When it comes to fantasy baseball there are a lot of unknowns fantasy owners must deal with. Whether it comes down to players going down unexpectedly with injuries, trying to figure out if a little known player can keep up his production, or accounting for circumstances like a player changing

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Josh Hamilton Fantasy Baseball
2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

If the first week of Major League Baseball season didn’t bring enough jarring news, week two is on the verge of being even more jam-packed than the first. While there will be discussion involving players on the upswing at the moment, a large portion of the news deals with players

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Scott Kazmir Fantasy Baseball
2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

The first week of the 2014 Major League Baseball season is a little over halfway through but there is already tons of news to examine from the MLB landscape. Whether it be the change in a few closers roles, injuries taking a toll on players, or players who have previously

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Kris Medlen Fantasy Baseball
2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

While Major League Baseball teams must always be prepared to deal with unexpected injuries that can have a lasting impact on the big league club, it’s always brutal to find out players seasons are deemed over before the season even begins. Along with settling position battles, determining who will make

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Matt Carpenter Fantasy Baseball
2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

After a magnificent sophomore season in 2013, expectations are very high for St. Louis Cardinals third baseman Matt Carpenter. Even though Carpenter wasn’t set to hit free agency for a couple years, the Cardinals rewarded him last Saturday by signing him to a six-year, $52 million contract extension, which essentially

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Edwin Encarnacion Fantasy Baseball
2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

While browsing Twitter a little over a week ago, I came upon a tweet from Vicarious Sports that indicated they were looking for a fellow baseball contributor to join a fantasy baseball league in its inaugural year. After emailing Mick Wayne, the owner of the new startup website VicariousSports.com, he

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Nelson Cruz Fantasy Baseball
2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Nelson Cruz had been searching for a lucrative long-term deal the whole offseason, and to his dismay, was unable to find one. But on Monday the Baltimore Orioles finalized a one-year, $8 million contract with the 33-year-old slugger. What made signing Cruz such an arduous task was the fact that

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