Daniel Saltus

Daniel Saltus

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26 year old baseball nut, hockey lover, and attorney.
BoSox, Bs, Pats, Cs, BC
B.A. Boston College - 2005
J.D. UConn Law- 2008
Admitted in Connecticut

Covered BC Hockey team from 2003-2005
Will write about any player or any team

danielsaltus@gmail.com

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  • Jeff Kozak posted 1962 days ago

    Jeff Kozak

    Hey Dan, I just posted this on your pitchers in for possible decline article. Hope it helps......
    sorry it took me so long to get back to you. Busy man!!! I've only checked the site a couple times in the last few weeks. Anyways, great analysis on the work you did. Noone can say anything about what you provide in terms of breadth of knowledge and what to look for. The only thing I can say about this article is that the type of pitchers you are using come from drastic different backgrounds. I know that you're just looking at the whole league and I get that. But to better improve this you could very easily have taken pitchers of the same type of talent or pedigree and given a much more astute look at the topic. By taking Haren and that type then throwing in some no name pitchers like Tallet or Duke you really give some discredit to the weight of your article. Just a thought, otherwise, keep up the great work. Look deeper and maybe its too hard to find enough info about similar guys, but I believe it can be done.
    GOOD LUCK TO YOU!


    Hey Dan, sorry it took me so long to get back to you. Busy man!!! I've only checked the site a couple times in the last few weeks. Anyways, great analysis on the work you did. Noone can say anything about what you provide in terms of breadth of knowledge and what to look for. The only thing I can say about this article is that the type of pitchers you are using come from drastic different backgrounds. I know that you're just looking at the whole league and I get that. But to better improve this you could very easily have taken pitchers of the same type of talent or pedigree and given a much more astute look at the topic. By taking Haren and that type then throwing in some no name pitchers like Tallet or Duke you really give some discredit to the weight of your article. Just a thought, otherwise, keep up the great work. Look deeper and maybe its too hard to find enough info about similar guys, but I believe it can be done. GOOD LUCK TO YOU!Edit CommentCancel

  • Randy Lutz posted 1980 days ago

    Randy Lutz

    The next installment in my backup fantasy players series...

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/204555-best-backup-rbs-for-your-09-10-fantasy-team?just_published=1

  • Randy Lutz posted 1980 days ago

    Randy Lutz

    If you're a fantasy football freak like I am, you're already gearing up for the season, running mock drafts like it's your job, and analyzing ADP's and potential stats in order to build the perfect team. This article might help, and your thoughts would be greatly appreciated whether it does or doesn't, lol. Check it out though:
    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/203683-top-fantasy-backup-qbs

    Thanks
    Randy

  • Anthony Emerson posted 1981 days ago

    Anthony Emerson

    Hey Dan,

    I have to agree with you on CC Sabathia.

    Or maybe that's just my BoSox bias talking :)

  • Akash A posted 1994 days ago

    Akash A

    Hey,
    I thought you might like this article on the All Time Great Red Sox player, and the team they would create.. This is my biggest article yet and I would love for you to comment:

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/194665-the-boston-redsox-all-time-team

    Thanks,
    Akash (NewEnglandSportsOnline.com)

  • Bill Ratkus posted 1997 days ago

    Bill Ratkus

    Dan I enjoy the made up mathematical numbers. I'm not quite sure what they mean, but I assume that it requires a lot of long division, a process that I never knew how to do in the first place.

    From your friend who's BAPIPFIP is off the charts.

    Remember, we wear caps and sleeves here.

  • Griffin Cooper posted 2008 days ago

    Griffin Cooper

    Hey Daniel,

    People of my generation look at them fondly as the players they watched as little kids, people of other generations may just look at them as great players. I created a slide show highlighting the best players of the 1990's. If you get a chance, take a look, I'd appreciate it. Thanks.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/183458-the-most-fearsome-ball-players-of-the-1990s

    -Griffin

  • Nick Kappel posted 2008 days ago

    Nick Kappel

    Hey Daniel,

    If you own Joe Mauer in any of your fantasy leagues, or if you're just curious if he can continue his recent power surge, check out this week's fantasy focus. I'd love to get some feedback from you, as well as your thoughts on Joe Mauer. Thanks!

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/183257-nick-kappels-fantasy-focus-will-joe-mauer-continue-the-power

  • Blaine Spence posted 2008 days ago

    Blaine Spence

    Fantasy community:
    It is not too late to make a difference!
    You can help. Please give a read and "pay this forward" Some things are bigger than sports.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/182116-fallen-san-francisco-49ers-et-a

  • Griffin Cooper posted 2010 days ago

    Griffin Cooper

    Hey Daniel,

    There was a touching moment in the Mariners game last night, made possible by the best pitcher I've ever gotten to watch - Randy Johnson. Watching history unfold inspired to me take a look at his incredible career and count down his five best moments, in my eyes. If you get a chance, take a look at it, I'd appreciate it. Thanks a lot.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/182160-the-top-five-randy-johnson-moments

    -Griffin

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