The beautiful thing about fantasy baseball is there really is no offseason. As the real baseball ends, you start preparing for the next season. Some leagues have their own version of winter meetings, and the industry has offseason events to help you prepare for the next season. Jeff and myself will be heading out to Arizona at the end of the month for the First Pitch Forums hosted by BaseballHQ for the umpteenth consecutive year. I am once again looking forward to participating on the pitching panel and teaming up with my buddies Paul Sporer and Eno Sarris to review new ways to evaluate pitchers in fantasy baseball.
An active offseason also means trades between owners as fantasy players try to pare down their keeper lists. Players are traded because they are too young, too old, too expensive, too injured, or any other excuse someone will use to talk themselves into or out of a player. The same player that you loved as he helped win you money suddenly looks different when yo
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