On Sun, 31 Mar 2002 17:23:36 GMT, in article
>>I know players cannot make wagers on individual games, player
>>performances, or associate with bookies, but can they player fantasy
>>baseball? Even a non-monetary one? Could Scott Rolen for example
>>sign up for ESPN fantasy baseball and might it influence his
>>performance? Moreover, what would MLB do about it?
>More importantly, if you are a "smart player" but not a "good
>rotisserie" player, (Doug Glanville), would you choose yourself to
Doug Glanville actually is a decent player to have on a rotisserie
team because he steals bases, and SBs are a pretty rare commodity
these days. And he tends to hit for a decent average, which doesn't
hurt. The main reason he sucks so much is because of his lack of
walks, which doesn't matter in roto.
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