Start the drum roll! Twenty-Six weeks down and now we have 26 more until the start of next year’s fantasy baseball season. It’s perfect symmetry because fantasy baseball is the perfect fantasy sport. But, before we turn our eyes to next season we first have to recap this past season and with that, our overall Razzball Commenter Leagues Champion…Milo The Cat! Congratulations to Milo for sneaking past FFB in the final week! This makes two seasons now where FFB has led the pack down the stretch only to lose the overall lead in the final week, this time, slipping to third. Milo is no slouch though, they have played in Night of the Living Zombinos, one of our toughest legacy leagues, (and a $100 league) since 2016 and finally take the league down. They finished in third last season and hit 36th overall in the Master Standings, but this year is obviously much sweeter. I’m always partial to our legacy leagues and love seeing an overall winner come out of one of them. This year, it’s the entire top three! That high LCI can be a blessing and a curse as FFB has found out, and I’ll get more into that later. Milo had just 0.5 more league points than FFB, but that was enough combined with the better pitching to earn more Master Points and take the lead, topping Stl Squat Cobblers who rode a runaway ECFBL victory to second overall. It was a bit of a down year for ECFBL, with just a 106 LCI, had that been a little higher the Cobblers may have won the title. Milo The Cat really rakes it in, winning themselves a $250 Best Buy gift card! More importantly, though, they get a Razzball T-Shirt and RCL glory. Who can put a price on that? Oh, it’s $25, well then, moving on. If you catch Milo popping into this post, be sure to heap on the praise and congratulations. They fended off some very tough competitors this year to claim the RCL crown. This is Milo’s moment though, so hopefully they pop in, take a bow and soak it up, they earned it.
Here’s what else happened this year and this final week of the RCLs:
Please, blog, may I have some more?