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jsphlly wrote:Fantasy Baseball is a learning experience. I'm now in the middle of my 6th season and feel I'm still learning every year.
The biggest lesson I feel I've learned this season is to be patient. I've made about 40 moves and feel I'd be in much better shape had I been more patient and only made a handful.
Guys I dropped: Kazmir, Morneau & Verlander.
However on the flip side I wish I had cut M. Giles earlier then I did and I wish I had the forsight to sell high on J. Gomes and J. Valverde while I had offers on the table.
How long do y'all give your slumping players?
How do y'all approach 'selling high' on hot players?
What other lessons have you learned this season (or in years past)?
waterproof wrote:Anyway, I think that making moves will cause you to lose a few guys that could have helped your team, but ultimately, you should end up upgrading over the season. I try to hold my higher draft picks or guys that I really think will good have a good second half (even if they kill me for a while).
jsphlly wrote:What are some other lessons you guys have learned this season?
do not draft by best case scenario, as seen with drafting Barry Bonds
Stay away from guys with "health" issues.
schmidty wrote:jsphlly wrote:What are some other lessons you guys have learned this season?
Stay away from guys with "health" issues. Unless you're just taking a flier on them as a late-round draft pick or a free agent pick-up. Just not worth the headaches.
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