The guy who writes for the express newspaper here in DC, (basically a washington post funded USA Today clone in terms of ease of reading, where every story is like 10 paragraphs max, and is free for subway commuters) uses Swengali (and his name is Swen I believe). The only problem is he stinks.
I think you should refrain from names that infer you "know it all," even though as a prominent poster on the best fantasy site (well I love baseball cafe too, and these two sites are the best source of information out there, it just takes skill/patience to learn the motivations of the regulars.) But if you do want that:
If you wanted to evoke a "know it all" persona, I'd go "Cheese from the Wiz" your persona here is with cheese (packers) so its an inside joke, but you also imply an omnipotence. "Pack it In" could be funny too, but as a writer, you need to appear unbiased, so you might overcompensate with packers picks.
If the readership is a bit hippie and from the day, you could do: "Zaktansky's Points" as a riff on "Zabriskie Point," a cult film featuring themes of anti-establishment through the eyes of a young couple, which feature Pink Floyd, Jerry Garcia, and The Grateful Dead.
You could also do: "Thus Spake Zatansky" as a riff on "Thus Spake Zarathustra" (otherwise known as the 2001 theme), which incorporates your name and your status as a fantasy deity.
an obvious one is "Turning the Paige" both honoring your daughter, and the premise of the column, which presumably has to be about picking up and dropping people.
(<b>Aside</b>) I am an internet content professional (I know, I have typos everywhere here, but my hands hurt so bad usually, I don't fix typos for casual things), but I do know you don't want "fantasy" in the title, as your results, (and there will be if you are writing for a paper) will make it harder to find your work. Granted, a clever name will prevent random people, but I think you would want to emulate the "sports guy" to some the degree in that everyone knows who it is now, and the search results won't be mixed into other things.
You could also do "The Whole Nine Yards" which is kind of funny, as it shows that you are human, and is often--if incorrectly--attributed to football.
You could do "The REAL Dr. Z" as well, as any consumer of sports media knows that SI's Dr. Z is ridiculous at best.
The opening scene of the movie "Saving Private Ryan" is loosely based on games of dodgeball Brian Dawkins played in second grade.