2020 MLB Draft Guide: Same Player, Later Round
Casual fantasy baseball owners often draft based on name and reputation. Joe Gallina shows you how you can get marquee-name statistical results but several rounds later at a bargain price.
As the official start of the fantasy baseball season quickly approaches, we’re all knee deep into our draft prep. Hopefully we’re all devising a draft strategy that will allow us to create a fantasy baseball roster capable of winning a championship.
At the same time many of us are also developing a list of “our guys”. These are our must have players that we’ll be targeting in our drafts.
Most of us who’ve been playing fantasy sports for a while know that each draft is different and no matter how much we plan or prepare for our draft, there’s always a chance that something is going to go wrong. For instance, perhaps we might mysteriously lose power and we’ll need to bang on our neighbors door and beg them for the password to their WiFi account. Or, we could get sniped. Someone can draft one of our guys!! It is allowed, you know.
Well, we’re here to tell you that if you’re familiar with the player pool, you’ll be able to easily find a replacement for the player that you...