Growing up as an American teenager meant Doritos in your diet. The flavored and fried tortilla chips went with everything: video games, sandlot baseball, road trips and going to the beach. (Fruit wasn't invented for another decade or so.)
Whether you are already out of the running in your fantasy baseball league or you’re in the midst of getting ready for the second half, you know it’s just passing time until your 2013 fantasy football draft.
“My fantasy baseball players are horrible! OMG! LOL! What do I do!?! IDK! TTYL! ”
That’s a tweet I might get from a reactionary fantasy baseball owner (who’s also an 11-year-old girl) but as much as we should all heed the advice to “Keep Calm and Carry On” as it relates to fantasy sports, people freak because they don’t want to dig themselves into a huge hole in the first couple weeks of the season...
Ah, the fantasy baseball rookie -- his siren song is a sweet one that many listen to. Baseball rookies hold so much promise, like a gift under the Christmas tree, next to several ones you already unwrapped. “This gift,” you think, “still has a chance to be better than any of these other gifts we’ve already seen.”
The term, “sleepers,” is a little bit of a cuss word in the Fantasy Expert circles. Everyone has a different definition of a sleeper, and many people throw the term around loosely. It’s dangerous. You could put an eye out.
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