ProFSL Staff
If you would like to apply for a staff position then please PM ProFSL with your positions of interest and why you should be hired.  Note that most of these positions are voluntary contributions to the site.

If you are interested in running your own advanced league with boards at ProFSL then please contact your sport/section's staff as well as ProFSL.

Senior Leadership
ProFSL President/Commissioner
Colby (ProFSL)
Fairfax, VA
Colby has been involved in fantasy sports since 2001 and founded ProFSL in 2009.  He graduated from the Pennsylvania State University with a B.S. in Mathematics with a focus on actuarial sciences.  In many ways, he has applied his analytical background to designing fantasy sports leagues, scoring, tournaments, rankings, and contests.  Colby also has a technical background with an understanding of several programming languages.

He was born and raised in Pittsburgh and is a die-hard Pirates :PIT: and Steelers :PIT-NFL: fan perhaps with more passion for the Pirates because they need every fan they can get with their record breaking losing streak of 19 seasons.  Likewise, he is a Penn State :PennState: football fan and has attended many games at Beaver Stadium.

At ProFSL, with some support from outside vendors, he is able to provide technical support to the site as a web developer.  The site was born with the 30-team fantasy baseball league Franchise GM, and Colby aided the development of dozens of other leagues across all sports.  He manages the ProFSL fantasy sports community as the Commissioner and works with other sites to bring more fantasy sports content to the community.

Sr. Baseball Director
Corey (Corey)
Springfield, Illinois
Corey is the most active member on the site.  He has helped run a league in every sport and continues to be a part of many league staffs today.  He now oversees baseball operations in the community which is by far ProFSL's largest sport.  He is the Commissioner of the notable baseball leagues Moneyball and New Era.  Corey also leads the recruiting staff ensuring our leagues are filled with active and quality GMs.  He assists in just about every community function including discussions, blogging, the scoring service and player rankings.

He is an avid baseball, college sports, football, and tennis fan.  He can be found talking about his :ATL: Braves, :KAN: Chiefs, or :Duke: Blue Devils.  If you have a question about anything related to ProFSL then he is easily approachable via PM or the site chat.

Hockey Director
Drew (Drew)
Saskatoon, SK (Canada)
Drew first joined ProFSL in November of 2010 to join Franchise NHL. Drew quickly applied his previous fantasy hockey knowledge and created Backyard NHL, which has been quite the successful hockey league and has became the standard for hockey leagues at ProFSL. Drew has been attending university for four years in both Edmonton and Saskatoon pursuing a degree in Education to teach Chemistry. Drew's sports career consisted of hockey, volleyball, basketball, badminton, track, curling, and pretty much anything that involved movement. He excelled in hockey and volleyball winning a combined five Provincial Championships (equivalent to State Championships).

Drew is a hardcore :EDM: Edmonton Oilers fan and follows hockey as closely as possible. He also cheers for the :TEN: Tennessee Titans in the NFL and the :SAS: Saskatchewan Roughriders in a CFL as an enthusiastic football fan. His favourite PGA golfer is Rickie Fowler. He also cheers for the :BOS-NBA: Celtics in basketball and :TOR: Blue Jays in baseball. Drew contributes to ProFSL by overseeing all hockey leagues and does the occasional blog as well as being a heavy discussion participant. Drew also commissions four NHL leagues, an NFL league, and a PGA league: Backyard NHL, Rebel NHL, NHL Casino, World Cup of Hockey, NFL Dynasty 16, The Clubhouse

Football Director
Jake (Jake)
Springfield, Illinois
He's a veteran member since the very beginning of Franchise GM.  Jake has been an active member in many baseball and football leagues as well as other sports.  His latest staff role has him leading football operations at ProFSL.  Jake is a big fan of the :ARI: Arizona Cardinals and wishes Kurt Warner was still leading the team to victories.

Social Media Director
Stephanie (Philly Girl)
Fairfax, VA
Stephanie is married to Colby, the founder of ProFSL. Stephanie graduated from the Pennsylvania State University with a BA in History. She provides marketing and social networking support for the site.

Stephanie is originally from Philadelphia, PA and is an avid Philadelphia fan. She loves the Flyers :PHI-NHL:, Eagles :PHI-NFL:, Phillies :PHI:, and Sixers :PHI-NBA:! She was first introduced into the Gridrion Busch Series and graduated to The Gridrion. As an avid Philadelphia fan, her passion for sports seems to be unrivaled amongst women.

Recruiting & Operation Leads
Baseball Manager
Rob (MillerTime)
Charlotte, NC
Rob has helped run several leagues at ProFSL across baseball, football, and even basketball.  He has contributed to quality discussion, player rankings, recruiting and other staff projects.

Football Manager
Rob (Rob)
Manchester, NH
Rob has been passionately involved in fantasy football, baseball, and hockey leagues.  He has participated heavily in discussions, runs his 20-team Dynasty NHL league, and was a lead recruiter for some time.

Basketball Manager
Billy (Billy17)
Virginia Beach, VA
Billy joined ProFSL in May of 2011. He is a rising freshman at Old Dominion University and he will be majoring in Accounting. Billy is the commissioner of Mountain to Glory and Cross-Court Dynasty here on ProFSL. At ProFSL, he manages basketball operations and recruits for many leagues.

Billy is a huge fan of Washington Redskins :WAS-NFL:, New York Yankees :NYY: and Oklahoma City Thunder :OKC:. He has followed the :WAS-NFL: and :NYY: for 10 years. His favorite fantasy sport is fantasy basketball :NBA:

Basketball Manager
Dave (tarheels55)
Winston Salem, NC
Dave has been a consistent member of many, many leagues at ProFSL.  He has recently shifted the priorities of his site contributions to helping lead basketball operations.

Hockey Lead
Tony (Tony)
Price George, BC (Canada)
Tony has been an avid sports fan since he was about five years old. His first love was hockey and has been a huge :EDM: Oilers for over 25 years. He is considered to be a hockey expert and likes to take part in all discussions. He joined his first fantasy league in Feburary 2010 and won the cup in his first full year.

Even thought hockey is his favorite sport he also is a big :BUF: Bills fan and always follows his :TOR: Blue Jays. Watching the Jays go back-to-back was one of his favorite sporting moments. Gretzky getting traded and the Bills losing four straight Superbowls were the worst moments.

He is the commissioner of Vintage NHL. This is a league that will start as the Original Six teams and will grow to 30. He also has helped out in Backyard NHL which is by far his favorite league. Tony enjoys helping out other Commissioners and new members to ProFSL.

Hockey Lead
Thomas (winter)
Vanderbilt, PA
Thomas is a fantasy hockey guru who has helped out with a couple leagues and is often seen lurking the hockey section.

Football Lead
Mike (Mike)
Louisville, KY
Most of Mike's contributions can be found in the discussion forums - particularly football and baseball.  However, he can be found recruiting for the site or running baseball, football, or even studio wrestling leagues.

Football Lead
Ryan (crampy20)
Toronto, ON (Canada)
Ryan runs a few football leagues headlined by Any Given Sunday, the first 32-team money NFL league in the community.  He also dabbles in site recruiting and several non-football leagues.

Football Lead
Anthony (gocubsgo7)
Chicago, IL
Anthony runs his successful multi-sport, contracts league at ProFSL called Title Town.  He is also involved in helping some baseball and football leagues.  One of his major contributions to the community is his graphics work.

Football Lead
Chris (papps)
Tampa, FL
Chris is an avid fantasy league GM that can often be found PM'ing you about trade proposals in one of his many leagues.

Football Lead
Aubrey (Mr.TradeKing)
St. George, SC
Aubrey is a senior Biology major, Business minor at Wofford College making him one of the youngest ProFSL members. In 2003, he started playing fantasy sports and joined ProFSL in April of 2009 after being invited to join Franchise GM, the original ProFSL league. 

He is a die-hard University of South Carolina :SouthCarolina:, where he has attended many football games at Williams-Brice Stadium and baseball games at Carolina Stadium. Aubrey is also a big Atlanta Braves :ATL: fan and makes several trips to Turner Field per year along with following the Miami Dolphins :MIA: and Miami Heat :MIA-NBA:. He also enjoys watching Nascar and pulling for his favorite driver, Carl Edwards. His favorite fantasy sport is fantasy baseball :MLB:.

At ProFSL, Aubrey is a leading contributor in the baseball and football forums and one of the founding members of the Atlanta Braves :ATL: Fan Forum. He is currently the Co-Commissioner of High Heat Baseball and ProGM along with serving on the EC and TC member in several fantasy leagues.

Soccer Lead
Samuel (molinator)
Caracas (Venezuela)
Samuel is involved in many fantasy baseball leagues and just about everything to do with soccer at ProFSL.  He started the first successful soccer league with his Soccer Casino game.  Samuel is involved with recruiting focused on football, baseball, and of course soccer leagues.

Junior Staff
Baseball Staffer
Kenny (kenny)
Brooklyn, NY
Kenny heard about this thing called fantasy baseball from a classmate in 1997. It wasn't until two years later that he participated in his first baseball and football leagues on Yahoo! In 2002, he joined his first 30 team franchise dynasty baseball league, which inspired him to start Armchair Fantasy Baseball here in 2011. Kenny also assists in general baseball league operations on ProFSL.

He is a Mets :NYM: and Jets :NYJ: fan through thick and thin. His favorite sports moment is Robin Ventura's grand slam single in the 15th inning of the 1999 NLCS.  Kenny has a BE in Civil Engineering from The Cooper Union and a MS in Civil Engineering from Columbia University. He has taken that background to the construction field where he is a superintendent for a global construction management firm.

Baseball Staffer
Andrew (sowders22)
Greensboro, NC
Andrew has participated in fantasy sports since 2001 but his specialty is simulation leagues. He has participated in simulation leagues since 2008 and has run numerous leagues on the Baseball Mogul engine and the Out of the Park engine. He is a political science major at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with plans to be a political operative, running campaigns and navigating policy for politicians.

Andrew grew up in Indiana in a time where basketball was king and people forgot the Indianapolis Colts :IND: even existed. His allegiance to the Pacers has dropped off since Reggie Miller retired but his love for the Colts and the Indiana University Hoosiers goes strong. Considering he only lived in Indiana and North Carolina, he was forced to adopt a baseball team, choosing the Miami Marlins :MIA-MLB: due to their Single-A affiliate team, the Greensboro Grasshoppers, being right down the street.

His family has attended the Indianapolis 500 since 1946 and Andrew himself has attended since 1998, therefore his love of the 500 and IndyCar in general dominates his interest in all other sports. If you confuse this with NASCAR, he may physically assault you, assuring you never make the mistake a second time.

At ProFSL, he runs the flagship simulation league, MLB Pro. He also oversees the entire simulation branch of the website and is the man to talk to if you are interested in running your own league. He has a very high standard for excellence and quality in simulation leagues and is tireless in his effort to make sure his managers have the best experience possible.

Baseball Staffer
Justin (reedjohnson)
Milwaukee, WI
Justin has been playing simulation-style fantasy baseball since 2008 and only got serious about traditional fantasy baseball after joining ProFSL in 2011. He is a journalism major at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee :Milwaukee: whose dream is to one day be a beat writer for a Major League Baseball team. He works as a Boy Scout camp administrator during the summer and an Assistant News Editor for the UWM Post during the school year.

A huge Chicago Cubs :CHC2: fan going to school in Milwaukee, Justin's baseball obsession came late – he has only been seriously following the game since 2007. Reed Johnson, Ryan Dempster, and Starlin Castro are his favorite players. He loves adding to his growing memorabilia collection, which includes a Wrigley Field 2nd base from the greatest game he's ever been to, a Mike Fontenot broken bat, Reed Johnson's cap from Opening Day 2012, and an autographed baseball from Theo Epstein which he collected himself.

In his free time, Justin enjoys writing for his website, Baseblog, which follows the NL Central division. On ProFSL he contributes the Dynasty GM Blog and is a proud GM in the Moneyball League. He one day hopes to commission his own dynasty fantasy baseball league on ProFSL, complete with intricate and variable contracts, and deep minor league systems.

Hockey Staffer
Tyler (BeanTown)
Moncton, NB (Canada)
Tyler first joined ProFSL in January of 2010 when introduced to BackYard NHL .  Tyler attended the Memorial University of Newfoundland on a Soccer Scholarship where he was Team Captain & League All-Star for his 3rd and 4th years while completing a Degree in Business.  At ProFSL, he contributes largely within the fantasy hockey community as a discussion leader and also takes part in many top NHL, NFL and Soccer leagues within the site.

Tyler is an absolute die-hard Boston Bruins :BOS-NHL: fan and has been for 20+ years! In other sports Tyler follows the Dallas Cowboys :DAL:, Toronto Blue Jays :TOR:, Toronto Raptors :TOR-NBA: and is a life long Manchester United :ManchesterUnited: fan. His favorite fantasy sport is fantasy hockey :NHL:.

Hockey Staffer
Mike (10gophers10)
Minneapolis, MN
Resident Minnesota fan on the staff who is involved in all sports at ProFSL.  Mike will participate in discussion and recruiting from time-to-time.

Football Staffer
Eric (Eric)
Denver, CO
Eric joined ProFSL in 2010 and joined the ProFSL HOF in 2011 with his work in the Multi-Sport category. He graduated college in 2006 with a major in Process Plant Technology in North Dakota and is currently in a Gas Process Plant Operator in Colorado. Eric is the commissioner of Fantasy Factory and SEC Brand Sports (both Multi-Sport leagues) here on ProFSL. At ProFSL, he started the first Multi-Sport league in Fantasy Factory, City of Champions and City of Champions 2 and is a part of the staff involved in such operations.

Eric is a huge fan of the  :CAR: Carolina Panthers, :BOS: Boston Red Sox, :Kansas: Kansas Basketball, :NorthDakota: North Dakota Hockey, :COL-NHL: Colorado Avalanche, :Colorado: Colorado Buffaloes and the :OKC: Oklahoma City Thunder. He favorite sport, both fantasy and real life, is :NFL: and :NCAA:.

Football Staffer
Geoff (ggschulz)
Tulare, CA
Geoff leads the brigade of NCAA league operations at ProFSL.  Just about any league with an NCAA theme or actual scoring of fantasy college football or basketball is a league in which you can find him.

Football Staffer
Myron (Mariner)
London, ON (Canada)
While Myron is considered to be a part of the football staff where he focused on discussion topics, an equal or greater part of his time spent at ProFSL is on hockey.

Soccer Staffer
Daniel (Garfield)
The Hague, SH (Netherlands)
Daniel is our one and only Euro on the staff.  He is detail oriented and likes to run very realistic fantasy leagues with player contracts and options.  He started the first road cycling fantasy league with UCI WorldTour and has launched the most successful fantasy soccer league with All-Europe Football.  In addition, he participates in fantasy basketball leagues.

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  • Jon: pappi hit a homer off him, flipped the bat and took the slow jog
    Today at 08:08:25 PM
  • Jon: archer get mad after the game and said that noone ever ever throws at him or hold him accountable and that its all about big pappi
    Today at 08:08:53 PM
  • Ace: i'd set the ops over under line around 800 for OT next year, with ok defense in RF would make him a pretty valuable player
    Today at 08:09:32 PM
  • Jon: so young man, be that man.   throw at him next time.   For someone that was mad at him he himself made no effort to throw at him.   If your going to talk about it take action.    throw at the next hitter and make a statement.   throw at the next 2 hitters and then at big pappi
    Today at 08:10:02 PM
  • Jon: punk ass
    Today at 08:10:06 PM
  • Ace: ~ 4 fWAR
    Today at 08:10:47 PM
  • Jon: i guess this is why i dont like baseball anymore
    Today at 08:11:28 PM
  • Jon: these kids today dont play by the old unwritten rules of decades ago.   they talk about it just no action.   they dont police the game
    Today at 08:11:56 PM
  • Jon: if you hit a homer and jog or look at the pitcher 20 years ago the next time up you get plunked
    Today at 08:12:19 PM
  • Jon: if you try and bunt in the 9th to break up a no hitter when your down you get plunked or the ball would be at the back of your head when you rounded second if that came
    Today at 08:12:58 PM
  • Vollmernator: Kratz and Hendricks for Danny Velencia
    Today at 08:13:16 PM
  • Jon: if you straddled a base the baserunner came in spikes up
    Today at 08:13:25 PM
  • Vollmernator: Toronto KC royals trade
    Today at 08:13:34 PM
  • Ace: down 10-0 bunt is poor form, down 1-0 is completely fine
    Today at 08:13:50 PM
  • Vollmernator: Melky with a 2 run homer
    Today at 08:14:44 PM
  • Ace: blum u here? corey pm'd me your selection if you're not
    Today at 08:16:11 PM
  • Ace: rangers otc
    Today at 08:16:20 PM
  • janesvilleaces: no way ace...on taveras
    Today at 08:22:41 PM
  • scottnva: jblum
    Today at 08:24:57 PM
  • scottnva: jblumar
    Today at 08:25:01 PM
  • scottnva: ugh stupid keyboard
    Today at 08:25:18 PM
  • scottnva: run on SP continues in Btl
    Today at 08:25:44 PM
  • patjossom: Cory had his pick
    Today at 08:28:10 PM
  • Corey: Pat your up
    Today at 08:28:24 PM
  • scottnva: his light is on not sure if he is around
    Today at 08:28:51 PM
  • scottnva: naroundnvrmind
    Today at 08:28:59 PM
  • scottnva: nvrmind
    Today at 08:29:13 PM
  • Ace: segura a surprise to me even though i think he'l bounce back a bit
    Today at 08:30:25 PM
  • Ace: corey back early from the gym i see
    Today at 08:30:51 PM
  • Corey: 10min break. just finished legs. Starting the shoulder workout now
    Today at 08:32:21 PM
  • OUDAN: Corey I text u man hit me up when u can
    Today at 08:33:16 PM
  • Ace: corey's dunbell shoulder press: i'll say 8 reps with 80lb dumbells
    Today at 08:35:54 PM
  • Corey: 80 total or 80 per arm lol
    Today at 08:38:41 PM
  • kylerap: funny the 2 other guys I was considering with 2nd pick in rd 2 haven't gone in the next 15 picks
    Today at 08:42:11 PM
  • OUDAN: Pat your up
    Today at 08:46:19 PM
  • jblum: Jean segura will be the best SS in or before 5 years
    Today at 08:51:49 PM
  • patjossom: It's in
    Today at 08:53:56 PM
  • patjossom: Seattle GM OTC
    Today at 08:54:57 PM
  • OUDAN: Smoking Gun he isn't on lol
    Today at 08:56:33 PM
  • OUDAN: Was hoping to get my pick in tonight lol
    Today at 08:57:30 PM
  • Ace: per arm corey, but then again only male softball i've seen is slow pitch, all the dudes were pretty big
    Today at 08:59:05 PM
  • Ace: jblum; i think segura is a better player than his 2014 numbers, just strikes me as a 3rd round pick but may not have made it back to you
    Today at 08:59:53 PM
  • jblum: that is not the true segura i agree... i think he is the 2013 1st half segura who was an all star
    Today at 09:02:07 PM
  • Ace: pat's pick; who's the real michael brantley?
    Today at 09:04:40 PM
  • jblum: he was a top on my lisy
    Today at 09:08:18 PM
  • jblum: list
    Today at 09:08:42 PM
  • Corey: Noway am I 80 per arm lol. 50 per arm
    Today at 09:17:17 PM
  • Ace: what rep range do you usually train in? i'm a 4-8 guy
    Today at 09:23:28 PM
  • Scalious: Yeah, I wouldn't call a cheap everyday starter a bad pick by any means. Just feel like a big position scarcity reach. IMO
    Today at 09:24:50 PM
  • Corey: 4 sets. 10reps 8reps 6reps 4reps
    Today at 09:24:52 PM

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