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The Fantasy Six Pack Hour: How to Be A Good Fantasy Baseball Commissioner
Welcome to another exciting and informative episode of The Fantasy Six Pack Hour. A.J. Applegarth and I will be your hosts as we are in the middle of Week 3 of the Fantasy Baseball season.
We first cover the Starling Marte suspension and just how you should handle that if you are a Marte owner. Do you hold, drop? Who are the replacement players? You can also check out my article about this over on Fantasy Six Pack.
How to Be A Good Fantasy Baseball Commissioner
The main topic tonight is going to be about how to be a good Fantasy Baseball Commissioner. This is a topic A.J. and I have had many recent discussions about off air. There are just too many mistakes that people make when running a league, this can result in owners getting pissed, arguments ensuing, and even worse the league folding.
We teach you, from personal experience, what to do and not to do when running a league.
Real or Fake
Next, we play a little game of Real or Fake. No, we’re not talking Women’s plastic surgery, we are talking about players hot starts to the season. We jump into players like Eric Thames, James Paxton, Nomar Mazara, Kendall Graveman and more.
Injuries are really hitting us hard this early season so we will cover all of those from Josh Donaldson to Rich Hill, yes that Rich Hill, landing on the DL. We even touch on a few players that should be returning from the DL soon who should make a big impact upon return.
Your Questions and Twitter
We answer a couple of questions sent to us via Twitter to close out the show.
If you want to get in on the discussion yourself, feel free to call in live during the show to ask us your own burning questions. Otherwise, you can always send them in via Twitter to @fantasysixpack, and hear your questions get an