10 Tips For Winning Your 2009 Fantasy Baseball League
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Pick established players over potential stars
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Make sure you have one more closer than your nearest competitor.
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Pick a player early in positions that are light, like second base or shortstop
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There are no favorite players in fantasy baseball.
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Don’t move a guy up in your analysis because he got hot in spring training.
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Don’t give away any 5x5 categories.
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In traditional Roto stats leagues, some statistics don’t matter.
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Avoid young pitchers in the very earliest rounds.
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Know which ballparks give up the most (and least) homeruns.
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If you're picking between two hitters and one of them plays for Colorado, take the Rockie
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