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TG Fantasy Baseball in the Press

TG Fantasy Baseball has been featured in numerous press articles lately. For more information or press inquiries, please contact us. Here is a sampling.

The RotoUmpire is featured in a new article released April 1, 2010 in the Florida Sun-Sentinel: Fantasy baseball players turn to legal services to resolve trade disputes

RotoUmpire (, the original fantasy baseball arbitration service, returns for its 11th season in 2010 - RotoUmpire (, the original fantasy baseball arbitration service, returns for its 11th season in 2010. Fantasy Baseball Leagues can submit disputes (which are most often trade-related) to the service and expect a timely, unbiased, expert reply which judges the fairness of that dispute and/or trade.

Introducing the new Fantasy Jury - Vote and submit trades, free agent acquisitions, rules, whatever you like. For a limited time, it is completely free.

RotoUmpire returns to save fantasy baseball leagues for it's ninth year - RotoUmpire, the pioneer fantasy arbitration service, returns for its 9th season. Since 2001, the RotoUmpire has resolved over 2,000 trade complaints in fantasy baseball leagues throughout the country.

ESPNESPN The Magazine - August 27, 2007 - By Paul Kix - Fantasy sports have officially taken over the world. How can I be sure? Fantasy judges, that's how. Yes, fantasy judges: paid professionals who are contacted to resolve disputes that arise from the make-believe games we play. Read the entire article here...

USATodayUSA Today Sports Weekly - July 18, 2007 - By Steve Gardner - The final 2½ months of the regular season should be the most exciting time of the year in fantasy leagues, but all too often it becomes the most contentious. That's because it's also the time when disinterested owners with little chance of finishing in the money start trading, selling or just plain giving away their best players. Read the entire article here...

Toronto Star - March 21, 2007 - Reproduced from the Chicago Tribune - Remember how sports fans used to settle disputes? They'd take to the playground, or to the kitchen table, or to two bar stools, often resolving nothing more than who had the loudest voice. Read the entire article here...

Reading EagleReading Eagle - March 17, 2007 - By Mike Urban - Think of Robert Burghardt as the Solomon of fantasy baseball. The Gilbertsville, Montgomery County, man dispenses his wisdom as an online umpire settling disputes among members of fantasy baseball leagues so they don’t erupt into cyber versions of bench-clearing brawls. Read the entire article here...

Wall Street JournalWall Street Journal - March 10, 2007 - By Adam Thompson - The imaginary trade of baseball stars Ichiro Suzuki and Dontrelle Willis took place between two imaginary teams in an imaginary league. But it sparked a real fight. Read the entire article here...