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Don't hate me yet.
No, this is not April Fools.
Things could only get better, unfortunately.
I look back over my season and shake my head.
There are so many top-20 pitchers this year.
How many pitchers tgo keep?
Trading your future for a brighter today.
What the blockbusters can teach us
The doctor does the rounds on the DL.
A patient with slugging and OBP problems.
They're not so different.
Stretch your flexibility out.
Some gifts are better left unopened.
Considering a swap of David Price for Justin Upton.
My take on the great quant debate.
A team's stars lie within itself.
Itching to use what you're endowed with?
House call for Carlos Quentin
Much fantasy pedantry is misplaced.
The doctor examines an interesting strategy.
There's no free lunch with a side of Frasor.
The next big thing is a surer thing.
So many questions lead to only two answers.
Fantasy Econ 201
A look into my home league draft.
To thine own evaluations be true.
Work backward, think forward.
Playing doctor always helps.
What mostly matters is how much wood WILL the woodchuck chuck.