Tag Archives: World Series

The Court Reporter: Thursday, October 29, 2015

Greetings and salutations to everyone out there.  As Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Fantasy Judgment, it is my duty and obligation to maintain impartiality and objectivity when it comes to issuing decisions.  But that is in the world of fantasy sports.  In real sports, I am a lifelong die-hard Mets fan and have […]

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Passing Judgment – Yu, Me, and Neftali

After outbidding every other team in the league for the rights to negotiate with Yu Darvish, the Texas Rangers finally signed the Japanese pitcher to a six year/$60 million contract.  The contract is in addition to the $51.7 million posting fee the Rangers must pay to the Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters.  This financial investment in an […]

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Passing Judgment – The Epitome of Fall Classic

The 2011 World Series between the Texas Rangers and St. Louis Cardinals has generated some of the lowest TV rating of any World Series in history.  That in itself isn’t all that surprising since neither team has much national appeal.  The Cardinals are one of MLB’s storied franchises with a great history and a passionate […]

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Spring Training – A Time for Delusions of Grandeur

Historically the month of February is viewed as the worst month of the year by sports fans because the Super Bowl is over and baseball has yet to start.  But with recent changes to the NFL schedule, the Super Bowl is now a fixture for the first week of February.  And without fail, within two […]

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FlemishUSA vs. League Commissioner – 2 F.J. 35 (October 24, 2010) – Fantasy Baseball Postseason Issue

 SUPREME COURT OF FANTASY JUDGMENT FlemishUSA vs. League Commissioner  ON PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI FROM THE COUCH POTATOES UNITE FANTASY BASEBALL LEAGUE Decided October 24, 2010 Cite as 2 F.J. 35 (October 2010) Factual Background The plaintiff, FlemishUSA, is a participant in a fantasy baseball league called The Couch Potatoes Unite (hereinafter referred to […]

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