CHASING THE 2016 NFBC: Did the cavalry arrive in time?

With the All Star game and ceremonial mid-season point of the baseball season taking place this past week, it's a good time to assess where we are, how we got there, and where we can go from here.  Unfortunately as we enter baseball's 2nd half, we find our Glenneration X / Baseball HQ Main Event entry mired with only 70 league points in 9th place out of 15 in league and 320th out of 450 overall.  How did we get there?

Bad Decisions - The Stashes Crash

It wasn't necessarily a calculated part of the draft or in-season plan, but several times when the option between perceived value and risk aversion was presented, the only thing averted was risk aversion itself.  Starting with the pick of Yu Darvish in the 11th round of the draft, followed...


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