Even though I quite literally wrote the book on cognitive biases in fantasy sports (get it
), I'm not immune to them. When I started playing MLB DFS, I kept hearing you need to use the last three years' statistics in evaluating players but it seemed to me that what they were doing NOW was what was important. I even wrote about it early on in a RotoWire strategy
I called "Buster Posey mashes lefties and other lies" as Posey got off to a really slow start this year. So, I've lived and learned since then. I accept that past years' data tell you important things about players, like that a career lefty masher will eventually mash lefties.
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