10 Ways to Tell That Your Fantasy Baseball Season Is Finished

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10 Ways to Tell That Your Fantasy Baseball Season Is Finished
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This was supposed to be the year.

When everyone else was worrying about Christmas presents and snow blowers, you were poring over second-half splits, possible platoon players and middle relievers on the verge of promotion.

Then the season started.

Maybe you used your first pick on Jacoby Ellsbury. Maybe you used your second on Cliff Lee. If that's the case, there's still a whole second half to play and your clouds could still have a silver-slugged lining. There are, however, a few signs that your fantasy season could be over before the dog days are even puppies.

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