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Howard Bender is the VP of Operations and Head of Content for Fantasy Alarm. In addition to hosting the FSGA award-winning Fantasy Alarm Show on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio (M-F, 6-8pm ET), he also serves as a featured, year-round writer for the New York Post. Follow him on Twitter at @rotobuzzguy.
Adam Ronis has more than 15 years of experience in the fantasy industry, including hosting on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio since its inception in 2010. Ronis excels in both daily and seasonal fantasy sports across multiple sports. Ronis has been published in numerous places, including Newsday, New York Post, Daily News, Yahoo Sports, SI.com, and the Associated Press.
Jim Bowden brings the first ever GM inspired Draft Guide to Fantasy Alarm. He is also co-host with Howard Bender of the FSTA award winning best radio show, The Fantasy Alarm Show on Sirius XM Fantasy Sports Radio. He has covered the majors for Sirius XM for the last nine years. Bowden became MLB’s then-youngest-ever GM in 1992 with the Reds, and he was named Baseball America's Executive of the Year in 1999.
Jennifer is an actress, singer and Fantasy Sports addict. She is the co-host of Alarm After Hours on Sirius XM Fantasy Sports Radio and also co-hosts NFL Live Streams with Howard Bender twice a week during NFL season. A self-proclaimed baseball addict, you can also catch Jen writing or doing video analysis in the Jim Bowden Draft Guide. Find Jen on twitter at @jenpiacenti
Jonathan Impemba is currently the Managing Editor for Fantasy Alarm and Monday co-host of Alarm After Hours on SiriusXM. He has been on the Fantasy Alarm staff for the last 7 years. He leads our NBA DFS content and contributes weekly columns during both the football and baseball seasons. He is a very active participant in both seasonal leagues and DFS. You can find him on twitter-- @jimpemba777.
Justin "Fensty" Fensterman is Fantasy Alarm's Senior Fantasy Basketball Analyst and host of "Alarm After Hours" on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio. Fensty covers season-long fantasy basketball and hosts livestreams for DFS NBA. You can also hear Fensty host Fantasy Alarm's weekly #FAmily Times" Podcast. When the NBA is on break, you can catch Fensty on the Football Field recording videos for fantasy football. He's worked with Fantasy Alarm since 2014 and you can follow him @FenstySports on Twitter.
Matt Selz is currently the Tools Manager and lead NASCAR writer for Fantasy Alarm. His coverage of NASCAR has made him a 2x winner of the FSWA Racing Writer of the Year Award. He also contributes weekly articles for MLB and NFL for both seasonal and DFS. Selz is also the lead MLB Prospect writer and contributes yearly to the MLB and NFL Draft Guides. He’s played seasonal fantasy sports for more than 20 years and DFS for the last six years and roots for the Yankees, Nationals, Jets, Capitals, and his college alma mater Kansas State. You can follow him on Twitter at @theselzman
James Grande has worked for Fantasy Alarm since 2015 doing everything from providing DFS and season long content, to churning out NBA game wraps at 3AM, now settling into a staff writer/site producer hybrid role. He's a man of many talents. James is an avid fan of the Yankees, Bulls and New York Football Giants as well as the reviving sport of Boxing.
Ryan has been covering fantasy sports for over a decade, and might finally be figuring these crazy games out. After a long hiatus, he is happy to be back with Fantasy Alarm after being one of the first members of the company. He contributes as a site producer and writer for the site. Ryan lives in upstate New York with his wife and two daughters and lives an overall great existence. Follow him on Twitter @fightingchance
I have actively played fantasy sports since 2004, when I was roped into competing in an auto-pick football league on Yahoo. My devotion, and number of teams has continued to grow to the present. I began writing about fantasy sports for FantasyGameday in 2008, and was recruited to join the FantasyAlarm team in 2011, where I cover Starting Pitching on the baseball side of things, and publish a weekly IDP Report and NFL Weather Report weekly during the football season. I can be reached by e-mail at: email@example.com and my Twitter handle is: @johnwhorfin
Steve Pimental is a longtime fantasy writer, offering reasoned opinions on fantasy baseball, football, basketball and golf at StevesFantasyAdvice.com. Steve is an accomplished marathoner and professional wedding officiant.
Colby Conway has been writing for Fantasy Alarm since 2014, covering baseball and football. He’s represented Fantasy Alarm in the King’s Classic at the Pro Football Hall of Fame since 2018. Aside from being a die hard Houston Texans fan, he’s a craft beer aficionado. Follow him on Twitter at @colbyrconway
Lawyer, co-host SiriusXM Colton & the Wolfman Tue 10pm ET, FSTA Hall of Fame 2013, winner of 15 fantasy football/baseball expert league titles. Yankees and Cowboys fan.
Rick Wolf is a leader in the fantasy sports industry. Wolf is a founding Board Member and Fantasy Sports Hall of Famer. Wolf founded CBSSports.com's Fantasy division in 1995 & made Rotoworld a destination site in 2001. Wolf is the Co-Host of Colton & The Wolfman every week on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio. With college friend, Glenn Colton, he has won eleven expert baseball titles & seven expert football titles.Twitter: @RickWolf1
Michael is a lawyer and the Chief Justice of Fantasy Judgment, the industry’s premier fantasy sports dispute resolution service. He is the resident injury expert publishing multiple articles every week and is the co-host of the Fantasy Alarm podcast which airs every Wednesday night. Contact the future FSTA Hall of Famer by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter: @FantasyJudgment.
Dan Servodidio is a College Basketball DFS writer for Fantasy Alarm. He will contribute daily articles on DFS CBB, breaking down the games to target and value plays on each slate. Having worked as a radio producer for SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio since 2015, he brings a unique perspective and understanding of DFS and seasonal fantasy sports to the table. Servo (as he's better known) was born and raised in the Philadelphia area and is a die-hard Eagles, Phillies and Sixers fan as well as a proud alum of the University of Maryland. Follow him on Twitter at @dan_servodidio.
Joe Gallina has been actively competing in fantasy baseball and football leagues for the past three decades. He has several years of experience as a columnist for Rotoballer and the RotoExperts. He’s also been a syndicated columnist for the AP, and his work has been featured in the New York Daily News, Washington Post and the USA Today. Joe created and hosted the It’s Just A Fantasy Show podcast in the fall of 2014 and eventually joined the FNTSY Sports Radio Network as a radio and video co-host in August 2016. Follow him on twitter: @JoeGallina
Justin Vreeland has been playing fantasy sports since 2006. He contributes as a site producer and writer for Fantasy Alarm while mainly playing in both seasonal leagues and DFS for baseball, football, and basketball. He played collegiate baseball and is an avid fan of the Mets, Jaguars, Raptors, Predators, and Gators. Follow him on twitter at @JustinVreeland
Andrew Phelps has worked in sports radio broadcasting since 2002. He has been a Producer on SiriusXM's Fantasy Sports Radio since it launched back in 2010. Drew (as he's better known) helped launch both the Fantasy Alarm show with Jeff Mans and Colton & The Wolfman with Rick Wolf and Glenn Colton. He started doing player analysis for Fantasy Alarm in 2014 and took over as lead PGA Writer in 2015. Drew was born and raised in the DC Metro area and is a die-hard Redskins, Capitals and Nationals fan and also a proud alum of George Mason University. He loves to play bad golf and watch the pros do it well on the weekends. You can find him on twitter @Drew_Phelps83
Growing up in New England, it was Boston sports all day, every day for Andrew Cooper – a passion that eventually grew into a love for everything fantasy sports. Beyond dominating leagues and message boards, his experience includes writing draft guides and weekly waiver articles for Fantasy Sports Degens prior to joining the Fantasy Alarm team. Follow him on Twitter at @CoopAFiasco
Returned to the Fantasy Alarm family in 2018 generating fantasy baseball content in the baseball draft guide, in-season articles and even DFS. Avid fantasy baseball player since 2004, starting writing in 2013, initially worked with FA in 2015 on the updates desk, spent two years working on the Bullpen Report on Fangraphs along with other articles and three years of fantasy baseball work with Fan Rag. Physical Education by day, fantasy baseball work all year long. Proud Dad of a travel hockey player and passionate about most sports while trying to improve as a golfer. Twitter @gjewett9
Malin's currently living in Atlanta pursuing a career in the film industry while also contributing as a writer and site producer for Fantasy Alarm. He holds degrees in Political Science and Film Production. He's an active participant in NFL, MLB, and NBA seasonal/DFS formats. Follow him on Twitter @RealDANlanta.
Andy has been playing fantasy sports since 1991 and took the plunge into writing about it after 28 years. He was recruited to continue the work of the Mock Draft Army and will be covering Survivor Pool plays and seasonal fantasy baseball. His claim to fame is giving Sammie Coates the nickname “Buttered Stones” which turned into his friendship with Howard Bender and the Fantasy Alarm team. He’s an anesthesiologist, husband, father of two, and a fan of the Mets, Rangers, and Eagles. You can find him on twitter @gasdoc_spit
Christopher has now been writing and talking fantasy hockey since 2013. As a Canadian, his love for hockey and the Montreal Canadians comes naturally, but his main purpose as a contributor is to share his love for hockey and fantasy to anyone willing to listen. You can find his season long and DFS work at the Fantasy Alarm all hockey season and you can follow him on twitter @fuzzychris91.
Born and brewed in the South, coming from an all sports background, all the way back to playing football, baseball and basketball through the younger days, to turning into a sports bettor, and finally an avid DFS player. Head of Esports for the Alarm Sports Network - Specializing in CS:GO, NBA, and NFL. Find me on twitter @smitchell17
Andrew as a native Canadian has been following hockey as long as he can remember. He has been writing about fantasy hockey for the last 3 years, and playing fantasy hockey for the last 10. When he isn't playing fantasy hockey, baseball or football, he is consulting with organizations about learning, and how to help their employees and clients learn. He is a fan of his 2 kids, and his wife, oh and the Tigers, Pistons, Lions, and Senators. You can follow him on twitter @andrewkdewhirst.
Josh is a Clarion University Grad and diehard Pittsburgh sports fan living in Northern VA. Work includes Producer for Sirius XM Fantasy Sports Radio on the Alarm After Hours show, long time commuter to West Virginia car washes to place legal sports bets and NHL bets over at Wager Alarm! Twitter @jwaggs10
A high rated and former semi-professional League of Legends player, and active in watching all 4 major regions. Producers Esports DFS content for League of Legends.
Ed Cann is a League of Legends writer for Fantasy Alarm and has been in the esports industry for over six years in a multitude of facets including player, coach, and program director. Cann has a background covering the LPL, LCK, LEC, and LCS regions for League of Legends and is an avid fan of the entire esports scene. Cann is also an avid NFL fan (Go Pack Go!) and a fan of the Liquid Esports Organization across all of the titles they compete in. Follow him on Twitter at @EdCann1.
Ray has been playing fantasy sports for over 20 years and writing/podcasting for about half of that. As a long suffering Knicks and Jets fan diversion of any kind is necessary. The eternal search for the best IPA is a tough job, but someone has to do it. Just don’t mention trash cans to this Astros fan so I can continue to live in ignorant bliss.