Profile: Rob Leibowitz

Rob Leibowitz is an nineteen year fantasy baseball veteran and has been a member of the fantasy baseball industry for over a decade. He founded in 1997 and ran Fantasy Insights Baseball from 1999 to 2000. In 2001 he joined forces with where he wrote his column “The Diamond Exchange”, managed the projections process, and while also developing auction draft-ware.  From 2006 to 2008 was temporarily incorporated into and in 2008 he served as managing editor for that site.

Rob’s other published works include co-authoring/editing the Masters of Fantasy Baseball Guide to the Arizona Fall League from 2001 to 2006 as well as the the Master’s Guide to Fantasy Baseball 2002 and 2003 Annuals. He has also contributed to the 2000 and 2001 edition of the “Fantasy Baseball Index”, the 2003-2008 editions of the “Fantasy Baseball Guide” magazine,'s 2009 Fantasy Baseball Annual and 2009 Just Cheat sheets. His work has also appeared on  on,,, and

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  • Location: Kingston, NY

Recent Blog Posts

5/9/2010 11:06:00 AMMLB Player Breakdown
4/23/2010 4:45:00 PMThoughts on the Chris Davis/Justin Smoak Changeup
4/6/2010 1:00:00 PMSome Opening Day Observations
3/30/2010 11:08:00 AMAL Tout Squad
3/17/2010 12:46:00 PMQuick Thoughts on Some Rotation Candidates
3/9/2010 10:04:00 AMNathan Injury Fallout
3/1/2010 4:01:00 PMTwo Potential Call-Ups
2/13/2010 7:08:00 PMThree Potential In-Season Call-Ups
2/10/2010 8:04:00 AMBlue Jays Rotation Situation
1/30/2010 11:50:00 AMWhat Lies Beyond Hernandez and Lee?
1/23/2010 10:56:00 AMBeltran Fallout Compounded
1/14/2010 7:10:00 PMThe Beltran Injury Fallout
1/8/2010 6:35:00 PMPodsednik Lands In Kansas City
10/24/2009 9:06:00 PMEvaluating the Free Agent Class: Third Base
10/18/2009 1:27:00 PMEvaluating the Free Agent Class: Second Base
10/10/2009 5:47:00 PMEvaluating the Free Agent Class: First Base (Part Two)
10/3/2009 8:14:00 PMEvaluating the Free Agent Class: First Base (Part One)
9/26/2009 9:17:00 PMBreaking Down Jason Marquis
9/19/2009 9:32:00 PMBring on the Hot Stove League for Mets (Conclusion)
9/12/2009 8:20:00 PMBring on the Hot Stove League for the Mets (Part 2)
9/5/2009 7:31:00 PMBring on the Hot Stove League for the Mets....
8/28/2009 11:10:00 AMA Word about September Call-Ups and Keeper Rules
8/21/2009 8:52:00 PMA Look at the Pirates Future: Part Two The Corners
8/12/2009 8:01:00 PMA Look at the Pirates Future: Part One Catchers
8/3/2009 8:54:00 PMThe Orioles New Closer: Jim Johnson

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What I Think You Should Know About The USMNT
Needless to say, it's been a great World Cup thus far. The USMNT having some success would be awesome.
La-La-La-L.A. Gets Lord Stanley!
Just a few things that caught my eye:
  • Alec Martinez's Cup-winning goal celebration? # priceless. I wonder if he'll ever get his gloves back.
  • Henrik Lundqvist stopped the 50th shot of the game. He couldn't stop the 51st. #connsmythe if the Rangers had found a way to come back in this series.
Do Analytics Take the Fun Out of Sports?
Apparently that was the topic of one of the presentations at the Sloan Sports Analytics Conference in Boston last week. The presenter, Yale's Edward Tufte, opined:

Don't let people tell you analytics are reductionist and take the joy out of sports. They mostly just take the stupidity out of sports.

Is he right?

RotoWire's AL LABR Squad
The 2014 AL LABR auction went down at the Arizona Republic offices in downtown Phoenix Saturday night. It's a 12-team, 5 x 5, AL-only league with 2 C, 1 1B, 1 2B. 1 3B, 1 SS, 1 CI, 1 MI, 5 OF, 1 U and 9 pitchers. Everyone has $260 to spend.
The Problem With Drafting Billy Hamilton
Billy Hamilton went for $28 in the NL LABR auction this past weekend. I discussed this with a fellow writer who participates in Tout Wars with me later this month and we discussed the problem with investing heavily into Hamilton.

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