Want to dominate your fantasy baseball draft? Be more like Tiger Woods. And no, that doesn’t mean you should run around with your neighbor’s wife. Have you ever watched Tiger Woods play golf? Studied his swing, his follow-through, his reaction to a shot? There is a lot to be learned from his demeanor … lessons [...]
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In the YellowPages, you let your fingers do the walking. When it comes to fantasy football, you can let your chinstrapninjas do the surfing. As the rest of the collective football world slowly wakes up from its Super Bowl stupor and thinks it is safe to turn its attention to college hoops and fantasy baseball, [...]
In mid-September, I wrote my Trade Tutorial, which outlined ten key rules to successful fantasy trading. And I continue to stand by those 10 guidelines (indepth discussion on each in my original Trade Tutorial story): 1. Always look to improve your team. 2. Know the other league owners. 3. Studs typically produce. 4. Other owner [...]
We may be only one-seventh of the way through the fantasy regular season (for those in leagues who play 14 weeks of regular season action), but that is enough to start the juices flowing for true trade-aholics like myself. While many saner fantasy “experts” would urge patience and caution before jumping into the trading market, [...]
You’re a fantasy owner with a lot on your plate. Time is growing short. Lineups need to be finalized. Last-minute waiver pickups need to be made. So, out of respect for your time (and because I don’t feel all that well at the moment), I’ll cut straight to the chase this week. The following are [...]
They say the first step in making a recovery from addiction is to admit you have a problem. Well, I am a trade-aholic. I get a rush every time a trade is accepted by both parties. I’ve completed all kinds of trades in the past, with mixed results. I have learned a lot of life [...]
It only took about five minutes for a cloud of fruit flies to find the cantaloupe rind I had placed on the kitchen counter. Which got me thinking some very important thoughts. Such as … where do the fruit flies come from? There wasn’t a single fruit fly in the house one moment, and suddenly [...]