June 14, 2005

Fantasy Baseball Update

I like playing fantasy baseball and it's unfortunate that I seem to be the only one doing it this year amongst my circle of friends. Last night, one of my early sleepers pitched a great game, a two-hit, seven-strikeout win but annoyingly, the scores have not been updated as of the time I am posting. and wound up getting the second-most points on the day for all of baseball. He was beaten, by only two points, by Roy Halladay's complete game against the St. Louis Cardinals. Since mine is a market-driven game, the price paid for a player is a factor, and Hallady's price is more than twice what Young's was.

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