I don't think that drafting is all that different between the 2.
You are picking the best available until you need to fill spots.
The only thing about baseball is that there are 2 categories, hitters and pitchers. Need to have a stud or 2 in both or you are more than likely sunk.
Having said that, the main difference and most important...with fantasy football your roster changes may only be to pull a player on a bye week, or for an injury. With fantasy baseball you need to pay close attention to when your starting pitchers are playing...and set your roster accordingly. You cant just set your lineup from week to week like you can in football. You need to have your starting pitcher in the lineup when he pitches, or you do not get his stats, which means checking in every day or two.
Like already posted above...a 14 teamer is gonna be tough to start with. Jump in another 10 teamer to "practice" and use that knowledge to OWN your buddies in your rookie year.
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