The Z Files: Early Market Disagreements Part Two
The Z Files: Early Market Disagreements Part Two

This article is part of our The Z Files series.

Last week, I reviewed five players I favor more than the early market. This week, I'll discuss five that I'm bearish on. However, before that, I'll provide some background information, so you have a better idea where I'm coming from.

There are two powerful forces pulling players up the ranks: recency bias and fear of missing out. The two have a common thread as many players fall under both. An example would be a young player showing elite skills in a small sample. Another would be a prospect yet to make his debut but hyped to the nines. Players coming off a breakout campaign also fit the bill.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Todd Zola
Todd has been writing about fantasy baseball since 1997. He won NL Tout Wars and Mixed LABR in 2016 as well as a multi-time league winner in the National Fantasy Baseball Championship. Todd is now setting his sights even higher: The Rotowire Staff League. Lord Zola, as he's known in the industry, won the 2013 FSWA Fantasy Baseball Article of the Year award and was named the 2017 FSWA Fantasy Baseball Writer of the Year.
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