Fantasy roundtable: Future of John Smoltzby Derek Carty
May 15, 2008
Here is the link to this week's fantasy roundtable. I haven't had a chance to participate the last few weeks, but things have calmed down and I should be able to going forward. This week's question: What should the Braves do with John Smoltz?
I wrote about this a couple of months ago, but I wanted to make note of it again with the massive quantity of e-mails I'm receiving.
I want you to know that I love getting e-mails from you, and I thoroughly enjoy reading each and every one of them. The problem is that there just isn't enough time in a day to respond to them all. For those who have been sending me e-mails and haven't received responses, I am very sorry.
Please continue sending me e-mails, though! If you don't get a response, you have my sincerest apologies. I respond to as many as possible, and please know that I do enjoy reading them all.
As of today, I have cleared out my inbox. If you have sent me an e-mail in the past but didn't receive a response, please feel free to send me another if you would still like an answer. I can't promise that I'll answer it, but I will certainly try given the time I have available and the quantity I receive.
Thanks again, and please keep them coming! I enjoy reading them, and while I can't guarantee you'll receive an answer, the chances of receiving one go down significantly if you never send the question to begin with!
Derek Carty, 23, has also been published by NBC's Rotoworld, Sports Illustrated, FOX Sports, and USA Today. This season, he'll be contributing to FanDuel and will be linking to all of his work at DerekCarty.com. In his three years competing in expert leagues, he has won 2 titles with 4 top three finishes, including a LABR NL title in 2009, making him the youngest person to ever win a major expert league title. Derek is a proud graduate of the MLB Scouting Bureau's Scout Development Program and is a firm believer in the importance of combining stats and scouting. He welcomes questions via e-mail, Facebook, or Twitter.
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