Learning From Fantasy Baseball Mistakes

10/10/17

By Phil Backert, PressBox

Throughout the past seven months we have tried to identify different strategies and players that can help fantasy owners compete for a championship. One important lesson I have learned during the years is to reflect on a season immediately after it's finished instead of waiting until the following year when it's draft season.

Everything is fresh in your mind of what went right or wrong, and it can be used as a starting point for the next season. It's never fun to admit you were wrong, but it helps you improve as a fantasy player.

We have reached our final two columns of the year, and since I hate ending on a bad note, we will first take a look at where I was wrong and finish the year looking at where I was right.

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