1. Brad says:
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    Could someone please point me in the right direction to finding a table of contents of sort for all these acronyms? I’m new to fantasy baseball and have no idea what some of these acronyms mean, for example “$UT.” I’ve searched high and low and can’t find anything.

    Thanks!

    • $UT is explained in the hittertron footnotes. It is the hitter’s $ value at utility. This basically removes any position adjustments.

  2. Charlie says:
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    First off, I love the work you guys do and am a regular reader. Your blend of humor and fantasy advice is second to none. Well, there’s really no other site that really does it (some of espn’s advice is hilarious, but I don’t think it’s intentional) so it’s more of a win by default, but hey its a win nonetheless! Anyhoo, now that the a$$ kissing is out of the way to hopefully get you to read my post; I have been longing for your weekly/bi-weekly article ranking “Next Prospects To Arrive” that you ran last year, but have yet to see anything this year. Did you guys ditch it all together? Did it not do well with all these new-fangled DFS young punks popping up everywhere? I for one loved it, and wonder if any others have asked about it’s glaring omission. I still very much appreciate your valuable prospecting articles but that weekly report was such a great tool, particularly for keeper leaguers. Any thoughts on starting it back up or anything similar you can suggest?

    Thanks for your time and keep up the great work!

    • Charlie says:
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      Ok, so I just found Ralph’s ‘Down On The Farm’ article with the ‘Top Ten Upcoming Promotions’ list at the bottom. That’s basically exactly what I’ve been looking for, just in a new fresh look for the Millenials. Is that a semi-regular article? I love it, keep the great work coming.

      ….and now I look like an insane person having full conversations with myself on a fantasy baseball comment thread. Sweet.

      Thanks again!

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