NFBC: Over/undervalued players and adjusting to league trends

One of the biggest lessons learned in youth sports is to learn from our mistakes. It’s a tenet rarely applied to ourselves as fantasy owners since so few of us truly focus on our weaknesses. There’s a reason why you usually see the same friends near the bottom of your home league standings every year. Sure, part of it is that they aren’t as invested, or even as good, as someone like a reader is—someone who properly uses analytical tools and puts in the time required for the grind that is the long and grueling fantasy baseball season.

Perhaps there are roto categories that we typically overdraft, and properly manage over the course of the year, each and every season. One could simply walk into enough strikeouts and home...


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