This article is part of our Collette Calls series.
Let's be real; draft season is essentially over for everyone save the hardliners who hold true to the original Rotisserie rules and draft one weekend after Opening Day. I know such leagues exist because I am in one and I am delaying celebrating my 18th wedding anniversary for my AL keeper league and to sub-draft for a good friend the following morning. My anniversary is not technically until the Monday afterward, but it is a good thing I've built up quite the balance my my relationship cache lately. I am writing this piece over the weekend where I find myself without a draft for the first time all month and I am at peace with that. It has been tempting to get into one more NFBC event, but it has also been rewarding to catch up on my projects lists and cross many items off the list that had moved into past due status for my target dates.
We have reached the point of spring where specific advice articles have reached their shelf life and now it about applying everything you have learned in the offseason. Leagues are not won or lost in the opening week of the season, but I am drooling over what Mookie Betts and company could do at Coors Field opening weekend. Betts is the anchor of my Rotowire OC team, and it is the first time he has made an appearance on my roster, so I am excited to see what he does in