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A Beginner's Guide to Fantasy Baseball
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The fantasy baseball league of the San Francisco Road Runners Club
The fantasy baseball league of the San Francisco Road Runners Club

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Home Run 101, long the whipping boy in the SFRRC Fantasy Baseball League, could be leading the North Division after the first week of the regular season.

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The old adage is spring training numbers don't matter. Don't tell that to fantasy baseball owners, who simultaneously rejoice and fall into despair, as their player stocks rise and fall.

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Spring training may not mean much for your fantasy baseball team, but the storylines that emerge can make the first few weeks interesting. 

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To begin a narrative for your fantasy baseball league, use a projection service to preview each division. It helps establish favorites and puts the league in perspective.

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If you are still using saves as your primary statistical category to measure fantasy league relief pitchers, it's time for a change.

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There is plenty of talent at second base for fantasy baseball owners, including Toronto's Brett Lawrie.

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As commissioner for a fantasy baseball league, you are more than an arbiter of rules. You are also the league historian.

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Jenni Kirk has won her second straight title with a dominating pitching performance in the final week of the season.

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One of these two teams will become the first two-time champion of the SFRRC Fantasy Baseball League.

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Five of the eight series this week will have some impact on the league playoff race. Not a bad way to end the regular season.
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