Tired of getting answers in 140 characters on Twitter? Are you tired of calling in to radio show and being forced to wait on hold for 45 minutes for an answer to your query? I've got an answer to all your problems – it's called live advice.

FantasyAlarm.com is offering the first of what will be many live chat's today, Friday, June 6th, at 2 PM EDT (11 AM PST). Yours truly, Ray Flowers, will be available to answer any an all fantasy questions you have (my BFF Jeff Mans is there as well to lend his expertise). Trade a closer? Add an outfielder? What are my thoughts on a minor leaguer? Heck, I might even answer some football questions if you ask.

Here's all you need to do to be a part of the event.

  1. You need to sign in to your Fantasy Alarm account. You can create an account for Free – don't worry we aren't asking for a donation or anything.

    (2) Make sure you are signed in to you account.

    (3) Click on the LIVE ADVICE link located right here.

    Simple as that.

    Follow those three steps and you'll be able to ask The Oracle a question, and get that answer in more than just one sentence.

    I'm excited about interacting with all of you. Should be tons of fun.

    HERE IS A TRANSCRIPT OF THE EVENT.

 




Comments

Dean Breakfield 

Sir Ray, I am in a bit of a dilemma. I am in a NL only 12 team, 5x5 roto. I have been in first place the whole season until the injury bug hit. J.Fernandez, Votto, E.Young, Pollock, Uribe.. Now asking for a little advice. Should I just ride out the storm and wait until my hitters return or accept the 2 for 1mediocre offers for Stanton who I have? Also, since this is my first time doing an NL only ... 1. Do I keep passing on the waiver pick ups so I can have a higher waiver pick with hopes that a qualityAL player comes over to the NL? 2. Do you have maybe a top 5 players that could switch leagues (either way NL to AL or AL to NL) before the trading deadline? 3. Lastly, Joc Pederson... do I drop him to get a spot player like Darwin Barney? or still have hope. Thank you in advance ... and I love you guys' show!

Ray Flowers 

Bryan Shisler - Not worried. People get nervous over 2-3 starts. Never understood why that is. Can't play the game scared. Need conviction. As long as he's healthy, he should be fine. If you wanted to bench him ok, but do not trade him for beckett.

Bryan Shisler 

Thx. Ever since college I've avoided words like transcript, my brain must have blocked it out. Q. After today's outing, how worried are you about A Cobb? Next week: Use, Bench, Sell for Beckett?

Ray Flowers 

Bryan Shisler - Click on the last part of the above post, in bold, HERE IS A TRANSCRIPT OF THE EVENT. Will take you right to it.

Bryan Shisler 

Where can we find the chat session recap?


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About Ray Flowers

The co-host of The Drive on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio (Sirius 210, XM 87: Mon-Fri 7-10 PM EDT), Ray also hosts his own show Sunday night (7-10 PM EDT). Ray has spent years squirreled away studying the inner workings of the fantasy game to the detriment of his personal life. Specializing in baseball, football and hockey, some consider him an expert in all three.

Ray Flowers on Twitter

RT @MLB: A one-hit outing is stellar on any level. Well done, @1DrewHutch: http://t.co/3x96R8v7IQ #LightsOut