Tag Archives: fantasy baseball league

The Mendoza Line vs. League Commissioner – 6 F.J. 21 (March 18, 2014) – Fantasy Baseball League Expulsion

SUPREME COURT OF FANTASY JUDGMENT The Mendoza Line vs. League Commissioner ON PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI FROM THE UPPER ECHELON FANTASY BASEBALL LEAGUE Decided March 18, 2014 Cite as 6 F.J. 21 (March 2014) Factual Background A fantasy baseball league called the Upper Echelon Fantasy Baseball League (hereinafter referred to as UEFBL”) is comprised […]

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Balls Deep vs. Who’s Your Daddy – 6 F.J. 1 (February 24, 2014) – Fantasy Baseball Collusion (R.Cano/X.Bogaerts)

SUPREME COURT OF FANTASY JUDGMENT Balls Deep vs. Who’s Your Daddy ON PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI FROM THE SOUTHWEST FANTASY BASEBALL LEAGUE Decided February 24, 2014 Cite as 6 F.J. 1 (February 2014) Factual Background A fantasy baseball league called the Southwest Fantasy Baseball League (hereinafter referred to as “SFBL”) is comprised of 12 […]

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Passing Judgment: Fantasy Baseball Draft Strategy

There was some discussion on Twitter about my fantasy baseball strategy to double up on first basemen within the first five rounds of the KFFL Baseball BAD Fantasy League. Do you like @FantasyJudgment‘s #BADFantasy strategy, to double up on 1B thru 5 founds? http://t.co/XQH3nTe5F6 — Nicholas Minnix (@NicholasMinnix) February 20, 2014 This is an 15-team […]

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Passing Judgment: Going Against the Fantasy Baseball Grain

Generally speaking, conventional wisdom in fantasy baseball Roto leagues is to wait before drafting pitching.  Starting pitchers can only contribute in four out of five standard categories at most twice a week, and saves are fickle and can be acquired much later on.  But when I was assigned the 5th overall pick in the 2014 […]

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Passing Judgment: The Art of the Fantasy Baseball Trade

As Chief Justice of Fantasy Judgment, I am constantly asked to review the legitimacy of trades.  When doing so, I must evaluate each trade on a case by case basis taking into account a myriad of factors to determine whether a trade should be approved or rejected.  But what goes into making a trade in […]

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Dance the Fox Trot vs. League Commissioner – 5 F.J. 204 (September 4, 2013) – Fantasy Baseball Collusion

SUPREME COURT OF FANTASY JUDGMENT Dance the Fox Trot vs. League Commissioner ON PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI FROM THE GREYHOUNDLAND FANTASY BASEBALL LEAGUE Decided September 4, 2013 Cite as 5 F.J. 204 (September 2013) Factual Background A rotisserie fantasy baseball league called The Greyhoundland Fantasy Baseball League (hereinafter referred to as “GFBL” is a […]

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Team Sabo vs. Polcats – 5 F.J. 177 (August 16, 2013) – Fantasy Baseball Trade Review (J.Kelly/J.Biddle)

SUPREME COURT OF FANTASY JUDGMENT Team Sabo vs. Polcats ON PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI FROM THE INCONTINENT LEAGUE Decided August 16, 2013 Cite as 5 F.J. 177 (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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Team Sabo vs. Smittydogs – 5 F.J. 174 (August 16, 2013) – Fantasy Baseball Trade Review (R.Kieschnick/W.Venable)

SUPREME COURT OF FANTASY JUDGMENT Team Sabo vs. Smittydogs ON PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI FROM THE INCONTINENT LEAGUE Decided August 16, 2013 Cite as 5 F.J. 174 (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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V-Men vs. League Commissioner – 5 F.J. 170 (August 13, 2013) – Fantasy Baseball FAAB Dispute (A.Lambo/Z.Wheeler/W.Flores)

SUPREME COURT OF FANTASY JUDGMENT V-Men vs. League Commissioner ON PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI FROM THE ANGERTHAL LEAGUE Decided August 13, 2013 Cite as 5 F.J. 170 (August 2013) Factual Background A rotisserie fantasy baseball league (hereinafter referred to as “roto league” or “The Angerthal League”) that was formed in 1988 and utilized an […]

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The Verdict: fantasy baseball frenzy after the All Star break.

The All Star game represents the halfway point of the Major League Baseball season.  Even though all teams have played more than 81 games by now, the Mid-Summer Classic is still used as a line of demarcation between the first and second half of the season.  Generally, the two weeks after the All Star Game […]

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