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Every week, I meet about three or four people on campus who have a fantasy baseball team and they always give me the same line, ‘I’m not that into fantasy baseball, and my team is not doing well, so I really don’t care anymore.’
This is a common example of what many people call ‘quitting.’ Due to a lack of knowledge, will, and interest many of you simply give up.
I am here to provide some immediate and long-term help for all your struggling fantasy baseball teams.
Contrary to popular belief, the results of your draft will not always dictate your success. The beauty of fantasy baseball is that you can have an awful draft and still own a contending team.
There are a plethora of players who go unnoticed and then begin to shine once the season starts. Young players get called up from the minor leagues throughout the season, and well-timed trades can get you talent early in the season.
Here is a list of players who you should snatch up quickly, if they have not already been taken:
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