Tag Archives: Jim Johnson

Passing Judgment: KFFL BAD Fantasy Baseball – Draft Analysis

Over the past few weeks, I have been participating in the KFFL Baseball BAD Fantasy Baseball Draft hosted on RTSports.com. It has been a slow-style draft with a two hour limit per pick. BAD is comprised of 15 teams and is an AL/NL mixed 5×5 Roto league consisting of some of the best fantasy baseball […]

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MLB 2013: Ten Bold Predictions

It is my journalistic obligation to preface this article by saying that no one at Fantasy Judgment, including the author of the following article, is in possession of Gray’s Sports Almanac or has ever been certified with psychic powers.  After spending the past several weeks analyzing and breaking down hundreds of players for fantasy baseball […]

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Fantasy Baseball Rankings – Closers

Fantasy Baseball Rankings – Closers By: Kyle Brown (@CavghtLooking) In truth, the closer position has just two tiers: the top guys and everyone else. After that, getting your team enough saves is more a matter of keeping your ear to the ground and making sure you know who the hot hand is in every bullpen. […]

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Passing Judgment – MLB 1st Half Awards

With the All-Star Game now in our rearview mirror, we can now truly reflect on the first half of the season.  When you look at the standings, there are teams in positions that no one in their right mind could have or would have predicted.  The fact that the Yankees and Rangers sit atop their […]

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Passing Judgment – Closing Ain’t Easy

Last week’s season-ending injury to Yankees’ closer Mariano Rivera put a lot of things in perspective for baseball fans and fantasy baseball players.  Getting saves and closing games is a complete crapshoot, and NO ONE except for Rivera could ever be relied upon to succeed.  Sure Rivera has had a few hiccups in his career, […]

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