OJul 29, 2014

Keeper League Stretch Run Strategy

If you have played in any leagues with me, have talked to me about fantasy or read this blog for the last few years, you would know I advocate an aggressive strategy with a copious amount of trades and waiver wire pickups. The reason is simple: baseball and sports in general rarely remain static, and […]


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OJul 28, 2014

Baseball Trade Evaluation

I only play in keeper formats nowadays, but I want to shed light on trades in my league so readers can gauge player values in a short term and future perspective. I am currently the second seed, have been very aggressive in deals (my M.O.) all season; I have dealt away, in no order: Darvish, […]


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OJul 20, 2014

Everyday People

Note: I am transitioning away from writing about fantasy sports predominantly to more tradition writing posts. I will write a smattering of fantasy related posts, as I feel inclined to do so, or as the audience demands them. In my memoir, everything I write will be authentic. I will include all facts as well as […]


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OJun 13, 2014

Discipline

Discipline is the most important ingredient to success, because the hard work and commitment take a physical and emotional toll for any endeavor you embark on. We may have the best intentions to succeed and invest our best efforts into a project, but it maybe beyond our control In fantasy sports, many owners are ravenous […]


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OJun 3, 2014

Hiatus

I know I said I was going to play Fanduel all season head to head, but it became a little repetitive and stale. Playing the same opponent is a gift and a curse. Yes, you know his predilections and nuances in regard to choosing a lineup and you can pick and avoid players at your […]


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OApr 30, 2014

MLB Fanduel Lineup 4/29/14

4/29/14 LINEUP I am very annoyed about this loss. I completely missed with Alex Wood in a season worst start. I also selected Lucroy on his day off, and switched out Middlebrooks and Alex Gordon for Parra and Beltre. I lost by twelve, but this was a very winnable game and I definitely gave it […]


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OApr 30, 2014

MLB Fanduel Lineup 4/28/14

4/28/14 LINEUP I decided to pony up the $9K for Bumgarner at home vs. a light hitting Padres lineup, and he responded with…a 6, an abysmal total. Fortunately for me, the outcome was decided for all intents once Wacha couldn’t factor into the win, and Santana’s second home run sealed it for me. A little […]


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OApr 30, 2014

MLB Fanduel Lineup 4/26/14

4/26/14 LINEUP We took off on Saturday because I wasn’t feeling well and by the time I was ambulatory, Thomas was engulfed with the tedium of work. Sigh. Onto Sunday, a very lucky outcome for me. Anibal leaves with a finger injury that eventually requires a DL stay. I was parsimonious with my pitching budget […]


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OApr 30, 2014

MLB Fanduel Lineup 4/24/14

4/24/14 Lineup We shared Kazmir, Jose Bautista (a favorite of Thomas) and the two home run-hitting Josh Donaldson. But the deluge of heavy hitting Baltimore outfielders turned this game into a blowup in a hurry. It was a fortuitous cocktail of luck, home runs, and rock solid pithing. I am gratified with this lineup, my […]


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OApr 29, 2014

MLB Fanduel Lineup 4/23/14

4/23/14 LINEUP I still would have lost anyway, but huge mistake not keeping Bruce in my lineup with a last minute change to Soriano. Rookie error-you think long, you think wrong. Not the first time I have done that, but I have trusted my instincts more often in recent times and it has paid off. […]


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