RotoDaddy’s 6 Draft Tips to Live By
Ahhh, time for a nice cold draft. Well, at least it’s going to be cold for you guys up north. Down here in Florida I’m looking forward to a nice warm draft. … Oh you thought I was talking about something else. Of course I speak of the Fantasy Baseball drafts that we are all preparing for. Don’t worry you can have a few of the other kind of drafts in celebration after you win your league due to the following Draft Tips to Live By. Follow these simple rules and you’ll find yourself in contention come July. Don’t worry, I’ll be here along with a lot of other S0 Called Fantasy Experts,” to hold your hand along the way and help you seal the deal when September rolls around. First you’ve got to get to that point, so let’s lay out the road map to Fantasy success.
1. Whoever said you have to take risks to win, didn’t mean drafting injury prone or unproven players in the first round. Players like Troy Tulowitzki and Matt Kemp have obvious stud potential. They also bring with them some pretty hefty injury baggage. Ever try playing in a league with no first round pick? Didn’t think so. Well, that’s what might happen if you roll the dice on one of these guys. It’s easy to get caught up in thinking what might happen if they stayed healthy. Just make sure you remember how it feels when your most valuable player went on the 60-day DL. As tempting as these players are, go with a player you can count on taking the field for 150+ games. It may be cliche, but it’s also true. You can’t win a league in the first round, but you just might lose it.
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