2020 MLB Draft Guide: Patience is Your Best Friend
Your fantasy baseball draft creates both excitement and momentum heading into the regular season, but Joe Gallina urges you to remain patient with players so you don't give away a premium MLB asset who is simply off to a slow start.
Patience and baseball go hand-in-hand. Even in this new, explosive live-ball era, baseball still remains a game that takes its time. It is a game that forces you to wait for your pitch and pause while the next pitcher enters the game.
Yes, sometimes it takes a lot of patience to be a baseball fan. For instance, you had to invest an average of three hours and ten minutes to watch a full game last season. It also takes patience to successfully manage a fantasy baseball team for an entire season. Sometimes your strategies work, and sometimes they don’t. Sometimes the ones that don’t work, simply need to be given more time to develop. That’s where patience comes in.
In order to incorporate patience as a strategy as you manage your fantasy baseball team, you need to have a plan. You also need to have an intimate knowledge of the player pool and player Average Draft Positions (ADPs). You can familiarize yourself with player ADPs through the NFBC here. Another great way to learn the...