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Friday 22nd Sep 2017


Mastersball announces the return of Rob Leibowitz to the staff

Port Ewen, New York - October 19, 2009 – Mastersball is proud to announce the return of longtime Mastersball analyst and writer Rob Leibowitz to the staff as well as the return of his popular column “The Diamond Exchange”.

Rob's involvement in the fantasy baseball industry began in 1997 when he founded Rotoheaven.com. He joined the Mastersball team in April of 2001 continuing through its days as Fantasybaseball.com until the end of 2008 season. During that time Rob managed the projection process, developed the draft worksheet, and served as Managing Editor in 2008.  In 2009 he worked at both Fanball.com's Ownersedge and for Rotowire’s Rotosynthesis blog.

Rob’s work has appeared in the Masters of Fantasy Baseball Guide to the Arizona Fall League, The Masters of Fantasy Baseball Annuals, the Fantasy Baseball Guide Professional Edition, the Fantasy Baseball Index, and Fanball.com’s Fantasy Baseball Annual Guide and Just cheat Sheets Magazines. He has also appeared on variety of radio stations include KFNS in St. Louis and MLB Radio on XM.

Rob has been a participant in NL Tout Wars since 2001 and has finished in the top five 7 out of 9 years.

Rob is pleased to have returned to his friends at Mastersball and looks forward to the Hot Stove League and the 2010 season. In addition to bringing back the Diamond Exchange, Rob will be producing minor league coverage for the 2010 draft kit and will be collaborating with JP Kastner on an update to the draft worksheet.

Mastersball was founded in 1997 and quickly became recognized by winning industry competitions including LABR and Tout Wars. It was bought by FantasyBaseball.com in 2006. By popular demand, once all obligations with FantasyBaseball.com were complete, Mastersball reformed for the 2009 season.

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