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JTWood wrote:but the fact is that two-thirds of fantasy baseball happens in the first half of the real season for most leagues.
JTWood wrote:My point, Mook, is that you cannot even make the playoffs if your 3rd-round pick is producing at 10th-round levels for two-thirds of the regular season. I understand that you want the late-season studs to help you clean up during the playoffs, but your first priority has to be getting to the playoffs, and to that end, Huff's history shows that he does more harm than good.
JTWood wrote:ps - I was about to make a comment regarding the "cromulance" of a word like crapulence. Then, to my great surprise, I saw that the word is indeed a legit piece of American grammar.
Nice find with the crapulence! Can I borrow it someday?
answers.com wrote:Cromulent is a word used by the schoolteacher, Miss Hoover, in an episode of The Simpsons, in which she defended one made-up word by making up another: "It's a perfectly cromulent word." Since it is used in an ironical sense to mean legitimate, in reality, it is spurious and not at all legitimate. The user assumes common knowledge of the inherent "Simpsons" reference. It has come to be used with tongue in cheek, or with the intent to insult high talkers, English majors and otherwise insufferable people who feel the need to correct others.
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