The LABR mixed draft took place this past Tuesday night online at RTSports.com. While the AL and NL LABR leagues have unique roster restrictions, the mixed league plays out as it does for everyone else with standard roster construction, a six-man bench, and free movement between the active and reserve list.
Paul Sporer and I co-own a team in the league, which is not very challenging because we share the same fantasy baseball brain. Our history goes back nearly 15 years now; he's Anakin while I'm Obi-Wan if you will. The LABR draft is different from the AL and NL leagues because it is a draft and it is online while the other two leagues are auctions and held in Phoenix, Arizona. The upside of that is those people that do drafts rather than auctions get a very early look into how the experts are drafting players. This is important because the experts have an influence on ADP reports - not to the extent that Nate Silver influences political coverage, but it does happen.
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