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Strategy for Single League Auctions

Postby hopsjr2 » Wed Mar 28, 2012 2:39 pm

I am looking for a bit of advice for my first NL Only auction.
10 Teams, C-1B-2B-3B-SS-4 OF-2 U/ 9 Pitchers

I have done many mixed league auctions and have found that buying players early at fair value and then holding money until the end for great value (especially for closers) is a winning strategy. The middle of the draft tends to be where average players are overvalued.

Does anyone have recommendations for how single league auctions differ? Closers are always more valuable in single league formats so should I not expect to be able to get cheap guys late?
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