Donkey Teeth and B_Don are joined by Darik Buchar from SportsHub, that’s SPORTShub everyone. They discuss the various National Fantasy Baseball Chapmionship (NFBC) formats and it’s growth from only the main event to where they are now, with leagues from $50 up to $15k.

Darik walks everyone through the new Solo Shot game, similar to the Silver Bullet from football (NFFC), before they get into the Cutline and the modified Cutline format of… THE RAZZSLAM. Some old faces in new places, MLB free agency style wraps up the show.


P.S. If you play on NFBC platform, check out this FAAB tutorial, it’ll make your life much easier.

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After a lengthy hiatus, and much world travels, Donkey Teeth and B_Don are back talking baseball on the Goin’ Deep Razzball Podcast. After talking about some of the big free agent landing spots and few of the free agents still yet to sign, the guys introduce the RazzSlam.

The RazzSlam discussion includes a full layout of the rules, point scoring system, playoff and prizes. The B_Don and DT also chat a little about draft strategy and how they might use their very limited RazzSlam FAAB opportunities. Slow drafts will start in late February, sign up here for your chance to compete against some of the biggest names in the industry!

At the back end of the show (36:30) the fellas discuss the Fantrax Best Ball draft B_Don is currently participating in with some industry stalwarts. Find out where Luis Robert, Fernando Tatis Jr, Lucas Giolito, Jo Adell and many other exciting names were drafted.

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Hey, I’m kinda jonesing to draft early this year. Not sure why, maybe because Donkey Teeth and I won cash at the NFBC Postseason Contest thingie and the number one rule of gambling is never leave the casino with money or maybe because Cougs has been moving our kitchen one inch to the left for the last six months and I’m couch surfing and bored. Either way, or eye-thurr if Chingy is reading, I’m going to be drafting in an NFBC league next Friday, November 22nd. It’s 15 teams, Donkey and I are both in the league, and it’s $150 to enter, but, with the promo code, Razzball25, it’s $125 to enter. That’s *counting on fingers, loses count* a lot of fingers discounted!

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Over the years Razzball’s founding duo of Grey Albright and Rudy Gamble have found immense success in expert leagues. With both Rudy and Grey taking down leagues in the infamous “Tout Wars” last season. In fact, the All-Time rankings for Tout came out recently, and Rudy is only third all time! So who better to interview regarding expert formats than Rudy? I guess the two guys that finished ahead, but they weren’t available. So Rudy and I dive into his recent LABR draft pick by pick, dropping nuggets of strategy gold along the way. This is an episode you’re not going to want to miss. Finally, please make sure to support our sponsor by heading over to and entering promo code “SAGNOF” for 20% off the highest quality t-shirts in the fantasy sports game. It’s the latest edition of the Razzball Fantasy Baseball Prospect Podcast:

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Last year, I played in my first 15-team NFBC league – a 50-round ‘slow’ draft format where you cannot add any players via free agency or trades. You can only promote players to (and demote players from) your starting roster of 2C/1B/2B/SS/3B/5 OF/CI/MI/UTIL/9 P on Mondays with an additional Friday switch for hitters only.

After playing this format for a year, I think it is the perfect yang for the hyper-frenetic yin that is the Razzball Commenter League format (for sign-ups). I love streaming but there is also something satisfying about winning purely on out-drafting everyone. I like the format enough that we are considering sponsoring a league (or leagues) if there is enough demand from Razzball commenters.

So if you are interested, please enter your e-mail address below. (Note: It’s $150) I will definitely play in one of the leagues – can’t speak for any of the other writers just yet.


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