Wednesday, April 6, 2011

And with that, Volstad is Dropped

Public out of respect announcement: this is a relatively boring and self-centered fantasy baseball "my team is so, blah, blah, blah, ish" rant.

It beats working at Sears.
Patience is, um, a virtue.
Patience is a rare strength.
Patience is a crutch.

The patience discussion should take place at another time.

I almost expect Rotoprofessor to have something to say on that matter soon.

This was a revolt.

The track record asks for patience.

We decided to drop Volstad for Yankee catcher, Russell Martin.

Russell, we got your back.
Not that anyone cares, but this team is different than before. It's still an OBP league, but there are no keepers. Unfortunately, the league counts Runs and RBI, but at least it has SLG instead of HR's. The biggest differences are that it is a head-to-head league, there are no keepers, and there is a max of something like 48 add/drop moves for the entire season.

A limit of add/drop moves for a compulsive add/drop'er, like me, is problematic, to say the least. It's not that I'm worried, but it's definitely an X-factor I've never had to deal with before. I appreciate any advice experienced players have on this MAX-move topic.

Russell Martin can help because the Yankees have a great offense. At the risk of spewing hyperbole, he's rededicated to his craft. He has the ability to get on base and steal a bag. For those in need, Russell Martin gets our full endorsement.

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