For the past two weeks, I've preached patience with respect to excessive waiver moves and careless trading. So early into a season, fantasy owners have a tendency to overreact to hot and cold starts and the result is a series of panic moves that will inevitably hurt your chances of bringing home the gold by year end. Listen, no one wants to look at their team sitting at the bottom of the standings; especially not after extensive draft prep work that culminated in what you thought was a no-brainer, championship squad. But sometimes, restraint is what will suit your team best. Sometimes you have to let the chips fall where they may. Sometimes the best moves are the ones you don't make.
Two weeks into the season and the injury bugs have swarmed around MLB rosters like some biblical plague of locusts. We've seen injuries both major and minor, rehab assignments delayed, precautionary MRI's, you name it. No
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