ROTISSERIE: Where Did I Go Wrong?

After a much-needed recess from the grind of the baseball season, savvy fantasy managers take the time to look back on their league results. As we do, we find common ground with our competitors in that we likely fell short in a league or three. This disappointment often leads to a sometimes difficult-to-answer question: Why?

Lazy analysis may chalk it up to getting unlucky with injuries or not drafting the right player. While these undoubtedly can contribute to seasonal performance, none are deathblows to a fantasy campaign. When a player gets hurt or whether he had a career year is more or less luck-based, we are generally better off focusing on things we can control. Our success typically comes down to two factors: how efficiently and...


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