If you search for fantasy baseball, the first result is Fantasy Baseball ESPN.  (We’re first for fantasy baseball blog. Natch!  Or natchurally, if you’re a completist.)  But this isn’t about fantasy baseball ESPN.  When people find us, they are not searching for fantasy baseball ESPN. 

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Armed with the knowledge that Our Greyness is not infallible (Grey’s ‘Pertise), I was determined to prove that the computer could, well, out-predict him.  After all, the man makes split-second calls on “please put these in order,” “who is best for the rest of the year?”, “in a twelve-team, keeper, with SLG and OBP in place of AVG and HR, place in order …,” and, simply, “of these pitchers who should I start/sit tomorrow?” Surely, given all of the data available and the crunching ability of The Whopper, the machine could out-perform him on, say, at least the “who should start/sit tomorrow issue.” Without a doubt.

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