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Creating a narrative for your league

Creating a narrative for your league

Postby oscarsf » Thu Mar 20, 2014 6:46 pm

A fantasy baseball league can be a bunch of numbers and statistics or it can be the story of a season. Creating a narrative for your league helps bring it to life and make it more fun. What do I mean? By the time the first pitch is thrown on Opening Day every owner in your league should know which teams are favored to win the pennant and which teams are underdogs.

In the San Francisco Road Runners Fantasy Baseball League, we use projection services such as Ziguana.com and BaseballMonster.com to begin establishing this narrative. We review each division and favorites are established. Here's a sample (but by no means the only way) of how this is done.

http://fantasybaseballforbeginners.com/ ... n-preview/
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