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Episode 205 of the BatFlip Crazy fantasy baseball podcast is Edition 109 of the Bubba & The BatFlip pod featuring yours truly and Bubba (@bdentrek on Twitter) from the Benched with Bubba podcast. This week we begin our positional preview series with ... more
Episode 204 of the BatFlip Crazy fantasy baseball podcast is Edition 108 of the Bubba & The BatFlip pod featuring yours truly and Bubba (@bdentrek on Twitter) from the Benched with Bubba podcast. This week we continue our positional review series wit... more
Episode 203 of the BatFlip Crazy fantasy baseball podcast is Edition 107 of the Bubba & The BatFlip pod featuring yours truly and Bubba (@bdentrek on Twitter) from the Benched with Bubba podcast. This week we continue our positional review series wit... more
I had to use the Apple podcast app to listen to the latest episode, so here I am giving my long overdue 5-star review! more
One of my favorite baseball pods. The guys are thoughtful and always manage to tie big picture strategy into individual player analysis. Also love that they go out of their way to answer questions and interact with the audience. Thumbs Up
There are many reasons to listen to a fantasy baseball podcast. I like the way Toby thinks about players and talks about what he thinks. He’s insightful and interesting.
Both hosts bring really good information and have thoughtful discussions. I really enjoyed the discussion on building 1b/3b/CI in aggregate, and if you go expensive for a 3b, maybe pull back on the 1b so you aren’t short elsewhere, but still get a solid 1b. I think this was the first base 2021 preview. Advanced stats are discussed, and applied well. Draft strategy is often missing in fantasy podcasts, but not here. more
Found the pod last spring and they have been a welcomed addition to my fantasy baseball go to. Keep up the great work guys.
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BatFlip Crazy Fantasy Baseball launched 4 years ago and published 205 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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