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Coverage of the BaseballGB Head-2-Head Fantasy League and other fantasy baseball features

Showing his Werth

Jayson Werth had earned 61 Fantasy Baseball UK points up until last night, putting him in 66th place in the points rankings for outfielders.  He’s not a big name and he’s not normally a big points scorer, so it’s no surprise that he is currently owned by 0% of the competitors.  Plenty of fantasy owners […]

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No points for defense

In the Fantasy Baseball UK competition, you can make as many trades as you like.  You don’t have a single pool of players to draft from; everyone is open for selection regardless of who the other owners have on their rosters.  The only limitations are that you have to select players who are eligible for […]

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Fantasyland by Sam Walker

(Penguin Books, 2007), 354 pages. If you start talking to a fellow baseball fan about your fantasy team, chances are you will provoke one of two very different responses. Either you will spark a half hour conversation, filled with excited comments about trade value and obscure relief pitchers’ WHIPs, or the person will groan and […]

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Fantasy update

Once again, my fantasy season is rumbling along quietly in the background. I like being involved in a competition, but I find it difficult to get too wrapped-up in it. I’ve ordered a paperback copy of Sam Walker’s “Fantasyland”, so maybe reading that will encourage me to take a deeper interest. More likely it will […]

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Fantasy Baseball UK

Although the MLB season may be nearing the end of its fifth week, we are only just coming to the end of the first week of this season’s Fantasy Baseball UK (FBUK) competition proper, after the traditional April “extended spring training” period. (more…)

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