A Fantasy Draft Etiquette Brush Up

Apoplectic Tom reminds everyone about proper draft etiquette, and general managerial courtesy.

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110 The 2020 TGFBI Projected Standings Party

Fantasy Sports Addicts Anonymous has finished drafting The 2020 Great Fantasy Baseball Invitational (@TGFBI) Industry League; joined by @DynastyOneStop and

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The British Aren’t Coming: Fantasy Draft Pace Issues

Apoplectic Tom from Fantasy Sports Addicts Anonymous rages about the pacing of The Great Fantasy Baseball Invitational leagues in which

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The 2020 MLB Top 100 ADP

Tom from Fantasy Sports Addicts Anonymous goes through the Top 100 MLB players ranked by ADP (Average Draft Position) on

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109 The 2020 TGFBI Draft First Pitch

Fantasy Sports Addicts Anonymous begins drafting The 2020 Great Fantasy Baseball Invitational (@TGFBI) Industry League; joined by @FantasyAid1, picks 1.1

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110 The 2020 TGFBI Projected Standings Party

Fantasy Sports Addicts Anonymous has finished drafting The 2020 Great Fantasy Baseball Invitational (@TGFBI) Industry League; joined by @DynastyOneStop and

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109 The 2020 TGFBI Draft First Pitch

Fantasy Sports Addicts Anonymous begins drafting The 2020 Great Fantasy Baseball Invitational (@TGFBI) Industry League; joined by @FantasyAid1, picks 1.1

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108 The Dynasty One Stop TGFBI Mock Draft First Half

Fantasy Sports Addicts Anonymous mock drafts for The 2020 Great Fantasy Baseball Invitational (@TGFBI) Industry League; joined by @FantasyAid1, and

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108 The Dynasty One Stop TGFBI Mock Draft First Half

Fantasy Sports Addicts Anonymous mock drafts for The 2020 Great Fantasy Baseball Invitational (@TGFBI) Industry League; joined by @FantasyAid1, and

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105 TGFBI FIRST ROUND DRAFT DISCUSSION

Fantasy Sports Addicts Anonymous is called back to action in 2019, drafting for The Great Fantasy Baseball Invitational industry league;

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DAILY REFLECTION
Dec 3. I find that carrying the message of improvement to other fantasy sports addicts is easy because it helps me to stay active and it provides me with a sense of well-being about my own victory. The hard part is practicing these principles in all my leagues. It is important that I share the benefits I receive from FSAA, especially in my home leagues. Don't my managers deserve the same aggressiveness, strategy, and statistical understanding I so readily share with other fantasy sports addicts? When reviewing my teams at the end of the season, I try to ask, "Did I have a chance to set a more ideal lineup and miss it?" "Did I have a chance to add/drop more aggressively and avoid it?" "Did I have a chance to make a good trade and refuse to?" Just as I ask The Fantasy Gods for help with my fantasy sports addiction each day, I ask for help in extending my victories to include all leagues and all managers!