The MLB hosted its first ever London series, starting June 29th, 2019, and the first game did not disappoint. The Boston Red Sox played the New York Yankees and the two teams combined for a whopping 30 runs, 37 hits, including 10 doubles and 6 home runs. The game lasted 4 hours and 45 minutes, missing the record for a nine inning game by 4 minutes, which was also set by the two teams in 2006. The final score was 17-13 Yankees.
The second game did not match or eclipse the run count of the first, but it did not disappoint. The Yankees won 12-8, sweeping the short two game series, with both teams combining for 28 hits.
The series was great for Major League Baseball, and the show the two teams put on only made the game more appealing to the international audience as the MLB attempts to expand its borders.
Malcolm Wilson is an incoming freshman that will attend Georgetown University. Wilson is a 6’11 center he is currently ranked as a three star prospect. Below are his views on different topics about Georgetown, Patrick Ewing, and the college game.
“I chose Georgetown because of the great athletic and academic opportunities.”
Q: How is your relationship with Patrick Ewing and how did that play into your decision to attend Georgetown?
“Coach Ewing and I have a great relationship which definitely played a role into my recruiting.”
Q: What are some strengths in your game and what do you need to improve on?
“The strengths of my game is that I run the floor well and play good defense. My biggest weakness right now is my strength. When that improves I see myself becoming a much better player on both sides of the ball.
Q: Talk is swirling around that possibly may redshirt are you ok with redshirting and would you if asked?
“We have not discussed redshirting.”
Q: Finally what is going to be the most difficult for you when you make this transition to the college game?
“One of the most difficult things is getting used to playing a much faster game with a shot clock and play much more physical basketball than on the high school level.”
Defenses! In this offseason episode of the Time Skew podcast Pride and Que discuss the outlook for DST’s in 2019 fantasy football. They talk about which defenses you should draft in 2019 and why. They also give their unique approaches to defenses and how they use them and draft them in fantasy football. Don’t miss debates and discussions on these players and more! Prep your redraft, keeper, and dynasty teams for 2019 with insights you can only get on Time Skew — Fantasy Football Podcast for June 24th, 2019.
In this episode Pride and Que go at it regarding tight end strategy for the 2019 fantasy football season. We discuss the pros and cons to taking a tight end early in your draft and what that will mean for your team moving forward. We also what will happen if you take a tight end int he middle and toward the end of your draft. Where do you like to take a tight end? Comment below! Don’t miss the debates and the information only the Time Skew podcast can deliver you to help you win your fantasy football championship!
On this episode Pride and Que pick some late round flyers that could propel your team to the championship! The players we select in today’s episode all have a current average draft position in the double digits and we go through 1 player each from QB, RB, WR, and TE. These players if they hit you can potentially put them in your starting lineup and they could be week winners. If they don’t work out you can cut them and go get someone off the waiver wire that is playing good. Don’t miss debates and discussions on these players and more! Prep your redraft, keeper, and dynasty teams for 2019 with insights you can only get on Time Skew — Fantasy Football Podcast for June 24th, 2019.
In this episode we take a segment from Monday’s episode which goes live 6.23.19! We discuss Noah Fant and what we expect from him in 2019 and beyond. Rookie tight ends normally don’t finish inside the top 12 but some of us at the TSP think Fant can sneak into the top 12 make sure you here why! Don’t miss the debates and the information only the Time Skew podcast can deliver you to help you win your fantasy football championship!
On this episode we answer YOUR fantasy football questions! We take questions from Twitter and give our fantasy football advice on them. In this episode we answer the following questions: How early do you take a qb in a 10 man league? Does Delanie Walker finish a top 10 TE? AJ Green worth 3rd rnd ADP? Who will be the bellcow RB in Sea? Kerryon Johnson or Marlon Mack? Where do you draft Sonny Michel? Anyone besides Drake fantasy relevant in Mia? What kicker or punter could out-chug Aaron Rodgers? Chase the top tight ends of the draft…or wait for guys like Jared Cook, and Evan Engram? When can I take Joe Mixon? Who ya got Evans or Juju? Don’t miss debates and discussions on these players and more! Prep your redraft, keeper, and dynasty teams for 2019 with insights you can only get on Time Skew — Fantasy Football Podcast for June 21st, 2019.
In this video Que, and Pride get asked the question which running back would they rather have on their fantasy football team. We use advanced statistics, strategy, and analysis to answer this question. We use our own rankings, projections and more to help you answer this and more questions make sure you tune in to our full podcast on 6.19.19 to hear our answers to other 2019 fantasy football questions. Don’t miss the debates and the information only the Time Skew podcast can deliver you to help you win your fantasy football championship!