Generally, I prefer deep fantasy leagues, whether it be NL/AL-only formats or mixed leagues with a deep reserved roster and a farm system. I feel like, hey, I know more than the average guy about some of those non-superstars, so that should give me the advantage. Of course, it doesn't always work out that way, as every R.A. Dickey gem I might find in the late rounds is offset by an injury to Matt Kemp here and a horrific Rickie Weeks there.
One of my leagues, though, is a 10-team mixed league, about as shallow a format as one can participate in. We start 10 hitters (adding an infield slot), two starters, two ... You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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