Tag Archives: Atlanta Braves

Passing Judgment: A Brave New World

As a die-hard Mets fan, I have an innate dislike of the Atlanta Braves.  This stems back to their bitter rivalry in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s where the Braves dominated the NL East and got the upper-hand on the Mets at every occasion.  But despite not liking the Braves, I have a genuine […]

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Moneyball vs. 4 Ponies – 5 F.J. 161 (August 11, 2013) – Fantasy Baseball Trade Review (M.Minor/R.Halladay)

SUPREME COURT OF FANTASY JUDGMENT Moneyball vs. 4 Ponies ON PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI FROM THE INCONTINENT LEAGUE Decided August 11, 2013 Cite as 5 F.J. 161 (August 2013) Factual Background A rotisserie fantasy baseball league called The Incontinent League (hereinafter referred to as “roto league” or “IL” is a 12-team NL-only keeper league […]

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Beaver Hunters vs. Cajun Crawdads – 5 F.J. 142 (July 31, 2013) – Fantasy Baseball Trade Review (C.Crawford/E.Gattis/W.Ramos)

SUPREME COURT OF FANTASY JUDGMENT Beaver Hunters vs. Cajun Crawdads ON PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI FROM THE INCONTINENT LEAGUE Decided July 31, 2013 Cite as 5 F.J. 142 (July 2013) Factual Background A rotisserie fantasy baseball league called The Incontinent League (hereinafter referred to as “roto league” or “IL” is a 12-team NL-only keeper […]

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Stud Muffins vs. 4 Ponies – 5 F.J. 136 (July 31, 2013) – Fantasy Baseball Trade Rejected (R.Zimmerman/J.Locke/D.Freese)

SUPREME COURT OF FANTASY JUDGMENT Stud Muffins vs. 4 Ponies ON PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI FROM THE INCONTINENT LEAGUE Decided July 31, 2013 Cite as 5 F.J. 136 (July 2013) Factual Background A rotisserie fantasy baseball league called The Incontinent League (hereinafter referred to as “roto league” or “IL” is a 12-team NL-only keeper […]

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Speedboys vs. Carson City Cocks – 5 F.J. 106 (July 15, 2013) – Fantasy Baseball Trade Review (J.Heyward/M.Ozuna)

SUPREME COURT OF FANTASY JUDGMENT Speedboys vs. Carson City Cocks ON PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI FROM THE INCONTINENT LEAGUE Decided July 15, 2013 Cite as 5 F.J. 106 (July 2013) Factual Background A rotisserie fantasy baseball league called The Incontinent League (hereinafter referred to as “roto league” or “IL” is a 12-team NL-only keeper […]

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Summary Judgment: Fantasy Baseball Recap for May 31, 2013

This is the inaugural edition of a new feature here at Fantasy Judgment appropriately called Summary Judgment.  In the legal arena, summary judgment is a procedural device used in civil litigation when there is no dispute to the material facts of a case and one party is entitled to judgment as a matter of law.  […]

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Fantasy Baseball: The State of Play (Week 1)

The State of Play – Week 1 By: Kyle Brown (@CavghtLooking) This is the debut edition of a new weekly fantasy baseball column  for Fantasy Judgment called “The State Of Play”. Each week, Kyle Brown will offer his thoughts on players who are making noise and players who are hiding under the radar. Should you try […]

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Polecats vs. Speedboys – 5 F.J. 18 (April 5, 2013) – Fantasy Baseball Trade (P.Maholm/T.Skaggs)

SUPREME COURT OF FANTASY JUDGMENT Polecats vs. Speedboys ON PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI FROM THE INCONTINENT LEAGUE Decided April 5, 2013 Cite as 5 F.J. 18 (April 2013) Factual Background A rotisserie fantasy baseball league called The Incontinent League (hereinafter referred to as “roto league” or “IL” is an 11-team NL-only keeper league utilizing […]

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The Verdict: Fantasy Baseball – The Bourn Fallacy

The latest rumors surrounding free agent outfielder Michael Bourn are that the Mets of all teams are interested in him.  The Mets, who finally signed their first free agent to a major league contract earlier this week (Shaun Marcum), are in desperate need of an outfielder after Scott Hairston signed with the Cubs for two […]

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Passing Judgment: Fantasy Baseball – Upton the Ante

For months we have been hearing rumors about the Arizona Diamondbacks looking to trade their star 25-year old outfielder Justin Upton.  This is the same Justin Upton who was the first overall pick in the 2005 draft and arrived in the big leagues with the Diamondbacks at age 19.  This is the same Justin Upton […]

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