ROTISSERIE: Dealing with the wrath of 2020, Commissioner Edition

As fantasy managers, we’re eager to see 2020 in the rear-view mirror. But like the Jurassic Park scene where Jeff Goldblum jumps into a Jeep and flees a fast-approaching tyrannosaurus rex, a glance at that mirror shows a large carnivore in close pursuit and the warning: “Objects in mirror are closer than they appear.” Whether or not you’re a commissioner, you’ll see some sizable abnormalities from MLB’s shortened season in 2020 affect your fantasy leagues in 2021. A Commissioner’s Forum post requesting examples of the chief challenges elicited 11 responses from six different commissioners. Adding a few from my circle of fellow commissioners to that list, let’s look at how they handled some common conundrums facing fantasy leagues in...


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