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MLB SEASON COUNTER: 29.2%

Major League Baseball has now completed 29% of the season through Sunday May 29th. For most of the 705 NFBC Main Event owners, Batting Average was a priority during draft day. The thinking was – if you can acquire enough good solid hitters you should be able to generate a fantasy team average in the .250’s – after all, the MLB average from 2021 was .244, right?

Well, unfortunately the high-average heyday that was 2021 is over. Now MLB is sporting a batting average some 10 points lower – so does that make it easier for our intrepid Main Event fantasy owners to compete? I turned to a highly relevant movie from 1966 to look at the current situation from the right angle.

Did you ever feel like you wanted to re-do something – such as who you pegged as a high-average hitter? Well, here are two examples from “The Good, The Bad & The Ugly,” which should tip you off that MAYBE you should have come up with a different approach:

YOU MIGHT WANT TO RETHINK THAT

Tuco decides that he wants more of the bounty money in their regular money-making scheme (in which Blondie turns in Tuco, collects the money and then sets him free each time by shooting the rope as he is about to be hung). Because Tuco is taking the risk, he says he deserves a bigger percentage.

Tuco: “There are two kinds of people in the world, my friend, those with a rope around their neck, and the people who have the job of doing the cutting. Listen, the neck at the end of the rope is mine. I run the risks. So the next time, I want more than half.”

Blondie replies: “You may run the risks, my friend, but I do the cutting. We cut down my percentage and it’s liable to interfere with my aim.”

And then there is this – you draft a bunch of hitters and discover that your fantasy team batting average is under .225 (not unheard of in the 2022 Main Event, by the way):

I HAD THE SAME CONCLUSION AFTER DRAFTING A BUNCH OF UNDER-PERFORMING HITTERS

Tuco and Blondie (the Ugly and the Good) burst into a room looking for Angel Eyes (the Bad) and instead find a note lying on the bed. Tuco picks it up and tries to read: “See you soon, id… ” “id… ” “ids… “

(Pause)

Blondie: (taking the note and reads) “Idiots.”

He hands the note back to Tuco and says drily: “It’s for you.”

If this happens to you – you KNOW you made a mistake…

 

The MLB Environment: Improvement Shown

Through Sunday 5/29, hitters have been scoring just 4.24 MLB runs per game, well below the 4.53 in 2021. However, this runs per game has improved from the 4.08 average three weeks ago and has jumped up from last week’s 4.18 average. Perhaps the warmer weather is helping after all?. This has been built by two main factors (see chart below):

  • Batting average is at .239 (.232 three weeks ago and .236 last week – but still down from .244 last year).
  • Home runs are now 1.00 (from 1.22 in 2021 but up from 0.97 last week).
MLB HITTING STATS RUNS/GAME HOME RUNS BATTING AVERAGE
2022 YTD 4.24 1.00 0.239
2021 4.53 1.22 0.244
2020 4.65 1.28 0.245
2019 4.83 1.39 0.252
2018 4.65 1.15 0.248
2017 4.65 1.26 0.255

 

As we’ve stated previously, MLB strikeouts have been down and fell slightly further – from 8.36 to 8.33 per game, and walks edged up slightly (3.17 per game up from 3.16 per game). MLB WHIP is now 1.261 from 1.247, which is still historically very low. I’m wondering if strikeouts will continue to decline this year – maybe back to 2017 levels?

MLB PITCHING STATS MLB WHIP STRIKEOUTS RECORDED WALKS ALLOWED K:BB RATIO
2022 YTD 1.26 8.33 3.17 2.63
2021 1.30 8.68 3.25 2.67
2020 1.33 8.68 3.39 2.56
2019 1.33 8.81 3.27 2.69
2018 1.30 8.48 3.32 2.55
2017 1.34 8.25 3.26 2.53

 

Batting Average: 80% Target 2022 = .2535

No matter if the Batting Average category makes you FEEL like an idiot, you need to remember that there HAS been less scoring in MLB this season. So it would make sense that the 80% Batting Average target to hit in the Main Event is lower than in 2021. In the 2019 Main Event, fantasy owners needed a Batting Average of .269 to get 80% of the overall points available in this category. In 2021 (skipping 2020 because of the shortened season), that number decreased to .261 (about 2.8% lower). Thus far in 2022, a Main Event team would need an average of .2535 to get 80% of the points available, or 2.9% lower than 2021 (and 5.8% lower than 2019).

80% Updates on Categories Already Covered (counting stats adjusted for full season):

Runs: 1003

Home Runs: 264

RBIs: 983

SB: Not Covered Yet

Batting Average: .2535

K: 1332

Wins: Not Covered Yet

Saves: Not Covered Yet

ERA: Not Covered Yet

WHIP: 1.134

 

MLB BATTING AVERAGE NOTABLES 

 

But who are the hitters that are providing the most help in Batting Average even in this reduced environment? In the chart below you can see – through Saturday 5/28 – the top 20 qualified hitters along with their ADP. The leaders in this category are JD Martinez, Luis Arraez, and Manny Machado. Which one is surprising? Martinez and Machado had Main Event ADPs in the top 100, but Arraez was way back at pick 348! Other batting average bargains on this list were Ty France (184), Andrew Benintendi (180); Jeff McNeil (291) and CJ Cron (128). But the biggest bargains with an ADP after pick 400 were Eric Hosmer (414); Jose Iglesias (416); and JP Crawford (404).

BATTTING AVERAGE RANK THRU 5/28 PLAYER Batting Average MAIN EVENT ADP
1 JD Martinez 0.376 97
2 Luis Arraez 0.359 348
3 Manny Machado 0.357 27
4 Paul Goldschmidt 0.345 66
5 Tim Anderson 0.354 27
6 Rafael Devers 0.347 17
7 Ty France 0.342 184
8 Eric Hosmer 0.327 414
9 Andrew Benintendi 0.323 180
10 Mike Trout 0.320 17
11 Xander Bogaerts 0.320 58
12 Jeff McNeil 0.319 291
13 Jose Iglesias 0.319 416
14 Bryce Harper 0.317 9
15 CJ Cron 0.317 128
16 Mike Yastrzemski 0.308 298
17 Freddie Freeman 0.307 21
18 JP Crawford 0.306 404
19 Aaron Judge 0.304 44
20 Mookie Betts 0.301 16

 

Then there are some highly drafted players who have – let’s say – not helped the overall cause of fantasy owners (see below). These players all had an ADP of 250 or better and are all hitting .222 or worse – leaving them in the ranked no higher than 136 out of all qualified MLB batters. All have been disappointing to their fantasy owners – which ones will turn it around?

BATTTING AVERAGE RANK THRU 5/28 PLAYER Batting Average MAIN EVENT ADP
159 Franmil Reyes 0.195 134
158 Javier Baez 0.199 68
157 Matt Chapman 0.199 167
153 Enrique Hernandez 0.205 221
148 Jake Cronenworth 0.211 142
146 Jesus Sanchez 0.214 232
144 Jesse Winker 0.217 163
141 Bryan Reynolds 0.218 97
138 Cody Bellinger 0.221 133
136 Whit Merrifield 0.222 34

 

And then there are the qualified hitters that are providing the LEAST help in batting average. The chart below shows the bottom ten through Friday 5/28, but doctors advise sitting down before looking too closely. All are ranked at 160 or worse, and have a batting average of between .150 and .194. Even in today’s reduced batting average environment, that is – what is the technical term? Oh yes. B-A-D.

BATTTING AVERAGE RANK THRU 5/28 PLAYER Batting Average MAIN EVENT ADP
169 Max Muncy 0.150 136
168 Trent Grisham 0.150 144
167 Yasmani Grandal 0.157 116
166 Jonathan Schoop 0.170 232
165 Spencer Torkelson 0.175 234
164 Kyle Schwarber 0.185 108
163 Adam Duvall 0.188 245
162 Jeimer Candelario 0.188 248
161 Christian Walker 0.193 369
160 Marcus Semien 0.194 58

 

Atop the New Harris Poll

Michael Harris II reached the majors on Saturday, causing a great deal of interest, as he was largely unavailable before this week. The question was “Do Main Event owners like a highly-touted rookies?” The answer? “Come on – what do you think?” Harris was the leader in the 9th FAAB run – attracting big dollars at the cash register. He was added in all 47 leagues, as he can provide help with stolen bases and is known as a quality hitter. In addition, 9 other players were picked up in 28 or more leagues (see below). Other wide pickups were Oscar Gonzalez – rookie power hitting OF for the Guardians, Victor Robles – who is hitting well and always has had speed to burn, Cole Sulser – who could lock down the Miami closer job, and Edwin Rios – who just might get regular playing time with Max Muncy sidelined.

ADDED IN MOST MAIN EVENT LEAGUES Leagues Added Reason Highest Winning Bid Lowest Winning Bid
Michael Harris II 47 Impressive Rookie for ATL 288 5
Oscar Gonzalez 37 Power Hitter for CLE 41 3
Victor Robles 32 Hitting well for WAS 119 8
Cole Sulser 31 New MIA Closer? 172 7
Edwin Rios 30 Getting PT with LAD 148 27
Glenn Otto 30 2 starts for TEX 87 7
Nico Hoerner 30 Named starting SS 68 5
Cal Mitchell 30 PIT Rookie OF 42 4
Erick Fedde 29 2 starts for WAS 59 1
JP Feyereisen 28 Saves in TB? 55 2

 

The Wow Bid of the Week

One of our favorite features – the Main Event Wow Bid of the Week – is back and goes to the largest bid of each FAAB period. This week that honor goes to a $312 bid for partial Cardinal closer Ryan Helsley, which easily beat the runner-up bid of $208 (Helsley was also won in two other leagues with bids over between $200-299).

5/22: Nolan Gorman $482

5/15: George Kirby $557

5/8: Brendan Rodgers $424

5/1: Eloy Jimenez $452

4/24: Jesse Winker $508

4/17: Matt Manning $475

4/10: Josh Lowe $613

4/3: Matt Brash $244

 

The Century Club Has 15 Members This Week

There were 15 players that attracted SUCCESSFUL bids over $100 during this FAAB run (down from 191 last week), and just 4 of those players had at least one winning bid over $200 (down from 5 last week – see chart below). Players attracting the most bids over $100 were the previously mentioned Michael Harris (23), Kyle Lewis (5), Edwin Rios (4) and Ryan Helsley and Spencer Strider (3). There were 53 successful bids over $100 (down from 75) and 8 successful bids over $200 (down from 37 – see chart below):

TEAM BIDS OVER $100 – MAIN EVENT Winning Bids over $100 Winning Bids over $200 Highest Winning Bid (FAAB $)
STL Ryan Helsley 3 3 312
OAK Paul Blackburn 1 1 302
ATL Michael Harris II 23 3 288
ATL Spencer Strider 3 1 243
TB Brandon Lowe 1 0 179
MIA Cole Sulser 3 0 172
MIA Anthony Bass 2 0 151
LAD Edwin Rios 4 0 148
MIL Tyrone Taylor 1 0 148
PIT Roansy Contreras 1 0 139
SEA Kyle Lewis 5 0 129
WAS Victor Robles 2 0 119
CHC Christopher Morel 2 0 118
BOS Franchy Cordero 1 0 106
STL Matthew Liberatore 1 0 105
53 8

 

For the 9 FAAB runs thus far, the average Main Event team has won 16.4 bids this season (1.82 per week) and spent $516.66 per team. This dollar amount is just 0.7% lower than last year when $520.42 was spent per team. This means that in 2022, the average team has $483 of FAAB left, so the resources are dwindling. The drop-off in spending is happening and will accelerate.

2022 TOTAL NUMBER OF MAIN EVENT WINNING BIDS TOTAL FAAB DOLLARS SPENT MAIN EVENT AVERAGE WINNING BID MAIN EVENT AVERAGE AMOUNTS SPENT PER ME TEAM
1 403 $7,962 $19.76 $11.29
2 1035 $36,124 $34.90 $51.24
3 1445 $46,026 $31.85 $65.29
4 1431 $44,112 $30.83 $62.57
5 1367 $37,945 $27.76 $53.82
6 1300 $50,280 $38.68 $71.32
7 1580 $58,965 $37.32 $83.64
8 1527 $46,398 $30.39 $65.81
9 1487 $36,434 $24.50 $51.68
TOTAL 11575 $364,246 $31.47 $516.66

 

Colosseum Stats: Four Players from Three Weeks Ago…Results: 1 Good Add out of 4:

Again this season we’ll be keeping tabs on the 4 most added players from 3 weeks ago to see how some of the biggest free agent acquisitions have been doing for their fantasy owners. These are the players acquired in the most leagues on the third FAAB run this season – on 4/24 (stats are from 5/8 through 5/29):

  • Juan Yepez: 16-for-68 .235 AVG; 4 HR; 0 SB – the power has been solid, and the average is acceptable in this current environment. He’s also scored 12 runs and driven in 7 – WIN.
  • Royce Lewis: 10-for-33 .303 AVG; 2 HR; 0 SB – Lewis would have been a WIN for sure even though the Twins inexplicably sent him down (I’m not bitter), but it looks like he will go to the IL with a bone bruise. On the theory that it’s not too serious, I’m moving this to a PUSH – if he’s back soon he can still be helpful.
  • Jose Miranda: 8-for-45 .178 AVG; 0 HR; 0 SB – sadly this Twins pickup has not worked out – he was optioned back to the minors on Sunday – LOSS.
  • Ben Gamel: 12-for-62 .194 AVG; 1 HR; 1 SB – and ANOTHER trip to the IL for our top adds – so nope – this one just hasn’t worked either. LOSS.

 

2022 RECORD:

  • 9 thumbs up – 38% (full year 2021 24%)
  • 6 side thumbs – 25% (full year 2021 27%)
  • 9 thumbs down – 38% (full year 2021 49%)

The record took a little bit of a hit this week, but still is ahead of 2021. At least in the first 9 FAAB periods, Main Event owners are finding one gem per week thus far. Perhaps we’re all getting smarter?

 

Interesting Single Team Drops

I took a look at the Main Event transactions to look for any interesting players dropped this week. These are players dropped just once that I found somewhat surprising. I mean – some of these guys were the aggressive pickups this week!

 

5/29: Joey Votto; MJ Melendez; Anthony Santander; Eloy Jimenez; William Contreras; JP Feyereisen; Luis Arraez; Jeff McNeil; Roansy Contreras; Jakob Junis; Anthony Rendon; Raisel Iglesias; Teoscar Hernandez; Jhoan Duran; Ryan Helsley; Joc Pederson; Tommy Edman; Kolten Wong; George Kirby; Bryan Reynolds; Tyrone Taylor; Matthew Liberatore; Tyler O’Neill; Andrew Vaughn; Victor Robles; Rowdy Tellez

 

Ringle Hangs out His Shingle

Overall Rank: Thru 4/17 Fantasy Owner Overall Points Points Behind
1 Leonard Ringle 6149.5 0.0
2 Mark Bendar 5998.0 151.5
3 Bob Catsiroumpas 5976.0 173.5
4 Tyler Jung 5880.0 269.5
5 Christopher Vaccaro 5829.0 320.5
6 Scott Jenstad 5815.5 334.0
7 Richard Briskin 5568.5 581.0
8 Douglas Gruber 5568.0 581.5
9 Ned Donohue 5561.0 588.5
10 Rob Silver 5527.5 622.0
11 Robert Mirshak & Ian Kahn 5502.0 647.5
12 Mark Srebro 5476.0 673.5
13 Douglas Gruber 5406.5 743.0
14 Jason Santeiu 5368.0 781.5
15 Chris Fessler 5336.0 813.5
16 Michael Brophy 5300.5 849.0
17 Robert Cramutola 5298.5 851.0
18 Clark Olson 5290.0 859.5
19 Charles Sommer 5287.0 862.5
20 Steve Gregovich 5257.0 892.5
Average Top 20 Overall Score 5569.7

 

Congratulations to Leonard Ringle for holding the Number One position – and Leonard is exuding confidence, saying: “As the adage goes, if you’re in first by Memorial Day it’s over!” I don’t think that’s what the saying is, but Leonard has put up a shingle on the NFBC standings page to indicate the permanence of his position, so who am I to argue? Leonard has 3 Main Event entries, and his first ten selections in the list below. Congratulations also to Mark Bendar, Bob Catsiroumpas, and Tyler Jung who are all in the top five in the early season. All of these Top 20 owners are in outstanding shape.

 

Stoop Ball I: Top Ten Picks

Shohei Ohtani

Manny Machado

Bobby Witt

Dylan Cease

Taylor Rogers

Alek Manoah

Julio Rodriguez

Rhys Hoskins

Jake Cronenworth

Yoan Moncada

 

Philippe Dussault: Contemplating the Queen

Philippe Dussault – hounded by reporters after his recent brush with an official inquiry from the NFBC – fell to 46th place overall from last week’s 35th. Phil is still holed up at his house in Terrebonne, Quebec –and says he is considering whether Canada should really celebrate the Queen of England’s birthday on Victoria Day. He sent me this image to show the hard work he is putting in on this.

Where are our 2022 Previous Overall Leaders?

Tim Lilly (4/11): Tim has dropped to 334th place, and says he doesn’t care about his Main Event team any more – just his garden of lilies.

Scott Fleming (4/18): Still doing well at 33rd overall, Scott is seemingly in a good place after being deported from Flanders (the Dutch-speaking northern portion of Belgium). He reports that he has been assured that King Willem-Alexander (the actual King of the Netherlands) will get back to him soon to respond to his letter.

Chris Read (4/25-5/8): Chris had an impressive three-week run at the top, and is confident that even though he has dropped to 63rd place, this is nothing more than a minor blip. He is serving as the sole librarian at the new Chris Read Library (Where Reading is Fun!) in Reading, Pennsylvania and is planning a speaking tour. His current booking is just at the local 4th grade class, but that seems to be his target audience anyway.

Tyler Jung (5/15): Tyler is in 4th place, which is outstanding. However, he has taken his “Welcome to the Jungle” moniker to heart and has left for his trip to deepest, darkest Africa. He also packed plenty of socks, which is why he names his teams after socks. Hopefully he has a few other clothing items as well…

League of Legends

In addition, we’ll follow the individual league races this season. It is no small feat to win a league championship in the Main Event regardless of a fantasy owner’s overall place, and the top three in each league earn a cash prize and deserve recognition. You can see the 47 leagues listed in the chart below – along with the top three in the standings as of Monday morning.

NFBC League Number LEADER League Points 2nd PLACE League Points 3rd PLACE League Points
#934 Jason Anthony 109.5 Daniel Semsel 104.0 Doug Moe 102.5
#935 Anthony Botzo 113.5 Mark Srebro 108.0 Scott Waggener 100.5
#943 Andrew Kopicz 115.0 Steve Weimer 97.0 Chas Nelson 95.0
#1026 John Pausma 116.5 Toby Guevin 114.0 TIE: Broc Miller & Errol Thompson 98.0
#1027 Scott Jenstad 110.5 Tanner Bell 104.0 Michael Govier 95.0
#1028 Jacob Halusker 106.0 Russel Wyatt 105.0 Timothy Pamperin 91.0
#1029 Mark Northan 107.5 Matt Modica 104.0 Rusty Clark 97.5
#1030 Rob Silver 118.0 Zach Bettencourt 97.5 Clark Olson 96.5
#1031 Dustin Wagner 109.0 Matthew Anderson 100.5 Daniel Prepas 99.0
#1032 Mark Bendar 130.0 Ronny Mor 100.0 Keith Tonsager 86.0
#1034 Ned Donohue 121.5 Robert Cramutola 115.0 Stephen Jupinka 97.0
#1132 Roland Pinto 108.0 Eric Heberlig 104.5 Scott Masel 94.5
#1143 James Anderson & Todd Whitestone 113.0 Markus Sultan 102.5 Mark Srebro 101.5
#1192 Christopher Vaccaro 122.5 Robert Cramutola 116.0 Michael Amarante 104.5
#1221 Mike Duggan 107.5 Marc Fleisher 107.0 Eric Albright 96.5
#1226 Michael Garcia 110.0 TIE: Patrick Longood 97.0 TIE: Robert DiPietro 97.0
#1228 Charles Sommer 113.0 John Pausma 99.0 Jordan Epping 96.0
#1233 Gregg Martin 111.5 Stephen Jupinka 109.5 Jon Stadtmueller 101.0
#1236 Clark Olson 113.5 Daniel Prepas 105.5 Russell Withers 103.0
#1244 Douglas Gruber 117.5 Jordan Epping 105.5 Kent Stermon 90.5
#1260 Jason Aberli 110.5 Kelly Uganski 107.5 Douglas Roth 102.5
#1263 Michael Brophy 115.5 Eric Heberlig 108.5 Kyle Brinkmann 101.0
#1264 Bill Macey 119.0 Brian Edwards 115.0 Vlad Sedler 110.5
#1265 Tyler Jung 122.0 Joe Morrison 109.5 Bob Mazur 99.5
#1287 Aaron Lawson 103.5 Aaron Silver 97.5 Jason Perkins 93.0
#1292 Steve Gregovich 117.0 Chris Fessler 106.5 Steven Heffernan 106.0
#1294 Scott Waggener 107.5 Jarrett Greco 103.5 Dohn Terrell 95.0
#1297 Richard Briskin 121.5 Zach Bettencourt 116.0 Douglas Gruber 100.0
#1304 TIE: Richard Dimondo 103.0 TIE: Jeff Campbell 103.0 TIE: Herb Eroh 103.0
#1306 David Miller 119.5 Dave Petroziello 103.5 Brian Slack 98.5
#1318 Douglas Gruber 126.0 Emmett Ruland 111.0 JimJFerrari 110.5
#1319 Jeff Mitseff 110.5 Abdulaziz Madani 95.5 Jon Stadtmueller 95.0
#1320 Robert Mirshak & Ian Kahn 118.5 Philippe Dussault 111.5 Michael Fuchs 98.0
#1321 Chris Fessler 121.0 Aaron Jones 108.0 TIE: Aaron Sullivan & Mike Rothe 98.5
#1322 Ned Donohue 109.5 Jeff Mitseff 104.5 Mike Cameron 101.5
#1331 Bob Catsiroumpas 126.0 Bradley Libros 107.0 Robert DiPietro 105.0
#1332 Leonard Ringle 133.0 Ben Tidd 108.0 Chris Read 102.5
#1363 Matthew McDonough 106.5 Paul Hong 106.0 Kevin Grady 101.0
#1364 James Tomony 107.0 Al Williams 105.0 Brian Slack 104.5
#1365 Scott Jenstad 126.0 Scott Waggener 117.5 Craig Clarke 113.5
#1366 Isaac Cockburn 107.5 Jeff Mitseff 102.0 Chris Boudreaux 97.5
#1371 Brian Slack 112.5 Jason Santeiu 112.0 Hunter Dorbandt 106.0
#1402 Ray Butler 113.5 Abdulaziz Madani 108.0 Shawn Childs 100.0
#1405 Zachary Waxman 110.0 Christopher Torres 97.5 TIE: Michael Lins & Michael Secor 95.0
#1408 Jody Ryan 104.5 Christopher Vaccaro 95.0 TIE: Chris Avey & Eric Heberlig 94.5
#1511 Scott Fleming 109.5 Ian Hubbard 99.0 Rusty Clark 94.0
#1524 Mark Srebro 126.5 Scott Waggener 105.0 Jamie Ickes 104.0
Average 1st Place Score 114.5 Average 2nd Place Score 105.5 Average 3rd Place Score 99.4

 

There are multiple NFBC players who are in the top three places in more than one Main Event league. Even at this early stage, that is impressive. Shout-outs:

  • Scott Waggener (one 1st, two 2nd)
  • Jeff Mitseff (one 1st two 2nd)
  • My podcast partner Robert DiPietro, one 2nd and one 3rd
  • The dominator – Douglas Gruber with two 1st and a 3rd – and 7th and 13th overall
  • Crowd favorite Brian Slack with a 1st and two 3rd
  • Fantasy Baseball/Football expert Mark Srebro – one 1st, two 2nd

– and 12th overall

  • Newly-inducted Hall-of-Famer (and 2018 Main Event Champ) John Pausma – a 1st and a 2nd
  • 2016 Main Event Champ Rob Silver – 1st in his league, 10th overall, and as he told me this week – the Launch Angle podcast is one of the joys of his life because he gets to work with professionals like Van Lee and Jeff Zimmerman. Jeff and Rob work very well together and Jeff is excellent at fantasy baseball.
  • Eric Heberlig – two 2nd and one 3rd
  • Podcaster for Rotowire and all-around smart guy Scott Jenstad (two 1st and 6th overall)
  • Ned Donohue (two 1st and 9th overall)
  • Clark Olson (one 1st, one 3rd)
  • Robert Cramutola, Zach Bettencourt and Abdulaziz Madani (two 2nd)
  • My pal Christopher Vaccaro (one 1st, one 2nd and 5th overall)
  • Chris Fessler (one 1st and one 2nd)
  • Jordan Epping, Daniel Prepas and Stephen Jupinka (one 2nd and one 3rd)
  • Jon Stadtmueller (two 3rd)

Great job by all!

Good luck to all fantasy baseball owners, and for now – don’t be an idiot!!

Todd Whitestone

Todd Whitestone

Writer for SPstreamer.com focusing on the NFBC Main Event

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