The true test of BABS

Success in any one season of playing fantasy baseball is a combination of two things: skill in drafting a roster plus skill in managing that roster during the season. At its core, this process might be described as the combination of: a) comprehensive off-season research and analysis, plus b) reactionary, small sample reflex decisions.

For BABS, this is problematic.

Before our drafts, we do painstaking deep analyses of skill, opportunity and risk, and the context in which it all lives. This effort creates the "projections" that shape the choices we make in constructing our roster.

But once the season . . .

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