One Thing Leads To Another
We've commented before that in snake drafts every selection you make is a decision to forego another commodity later in the draft - each pick has a consequence, and you better be prepared for those consequences. One early decision can completely change the direction of your draft. I've used the "Choose Your Own Adventure" analogy before, but for some reason, I'd prefer instead to go with one of my favorite early 80's songs
(Quick, name a movie that used a song from The Fixx in its soundtrack, preferably in the 80's. And if you weren't born by then, please accept my apologies for indulging in a little trip down Adolescence Lane.)
My experience in the NFBC Main Event this weekend reflected this concept. I had the 14th pick (out of 15 teams), and going into the draft I was hoping to emerge with two of Giancarlo Stanton, Bryce Harper, Troy Tulowitzki, Jose Baut You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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