Fire Jim Tracy

Wednesday, March 09, 2005

Bad Idea

For the first time, Jerry has talked me into playing a real live rotisserie game, draft and all. I have done a couple of very low key type things, and my dad actually won cash in something the L.A. Times was running many years ago (how's that for irony?),but I have never done it myself. I have always resisted the idea because 1) rotisserie games make you count statistics I hate congenitally, like saves and 2) there are conflicts of interest when your players play the Dodgers. It's a breach of the ABA Model Rules of Professional Responsibility. But I forge on in any event. Any tips for someone who has a vain, overblown view of his personal baseball knowledge but is new to the rotisserie game?


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