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About Eriq GardnerEriq Gardner is a New York-based writer who has written for many popular publications, including Slate, The Hollywood Reporter, and New York Magazine. He is founder of Fantasy Ball Junkie, a website for advanced fantasy baseball enthusiasts who want to get an edge on competition by focusing on strategy, player evaluation, transactional analysis, bargaining theory, and all the skills integral to having a successful season.
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