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A.J and I are excited to continue with more 2016 Fantasy Baseball draft preparation. We are done with our position previews, so now we move on to other topics to help you get ready for your 2016 Fantasy Baseball season.

Our topic du jour is ‘How to be a good league commissioner’.

First we begin with some March Madness talk. Even though we are not experts, nor do we claim to be, we still love it. Honestly its my favorite time of year. We will give you our final four selections and biggest upset picks.

How To Be A Good Fantasy Commissioner

Running a league can be very fun, but at the same time it is work and you need to take is seriously. Leagues fold because of bad commissioner’s.

We are here to give you some tips of things to do and not to do when running your league. This such as setting it up early, how to be firm with the rules, but at the same time not being a tyrant about it.

Remember in the end you are here to have fun just like everybody else. You just have to control the chaos at times. Everybody will look to you first for guidance in the league. If they can’t trust you then who can they trust in the league?

Average Draft Position

Next we get into some recent Average Draft Position (ADP) numbers. We discuss a few players and whether or not the player is being over or undervalued at their current draft position.

Make sure you join us each week on Tuesday’s at 8:30PM. You can call into the show and join in on the conversation or ask us any questions. If you don’t want to call in you can send us messages on Twitter @FantasySixPack and @AppleGarthAlgar.

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Not just another "Average Joe" when it comes to Fantasy Sports, Joe is not only the fantasy brain trust behind the up-and-coming FantasySixPack.net, he is the content manager here at So-Called Fantasy Experts. For years now Joe has been spreading his love and addiction of fantasy sports there and many other sites such as FantasyPros.com and FanDuel.com. You can often find him waiting by his computer for your questions on Twitter too.
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