About “Faddasy Baseball Blog”:

Since 2007, “Life of Brian” provided and outlet for not only Fantasy Baseball content, but posts on politics and media, as well.  In 2011, the blog underwent construction, separating media, politics, and sports to difference venues for consumption.  The result is this: Faddasy Baseball Blog.

Featured as one of the “Top Fantasy Baseball blogs” by NetworkedBlogs, Life of Brian author, Brian McFadden, can frequently be found on the baseball message boards at Razzball, Rotoworld, or just chirping away on Twitter about seemingly any nonsense that crosses his mind.

In the end, the purpose of this blog is to continue to provide the same decently-researched, poorly-written material you’ve come to expect from Brian McFadden’s additional fantasy blogs.

About The Author:

Brian McFadden is a Professor of Communication and Media Studies at Fordham University, Hofstra University, Dowling College, and SUNY Suffolk, where he teaches “Introduction to Communication and Media Studies” recitations, “Interpersonal Communication,” “Mass Media,” “Modern Foreign Film,” “Human Communication,” “Fundamentals of Speech,” “Public Speaking,” “Advanced Public Speech,” “Nonverbal Communication” and “Introduction to Film.”

Previous to his current positions, Brian covered various New York sports franchises (Islanders, Knicks, Mets, and Yankees) for then-XM Satellite Radio and WFUV-FM.  In 2007, Brian was recognized by the New York State Broadcasters Association, Inc. for Best Coverage of a Local Sporting Event as a member of WFUV’s NFL Draft team.  In 2008, the Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence recognized Brian’s role in Radio Sports Reporting for his part in WFUV’s coverage of the NFL Draft.

In his free time, Brian tries to catch up with an overloaded DVR, manage his countless fantasy sport franchises, and walk his two Golden Retrievers, Bernie and Ziggy.


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