Well, then, you better start figuring out how you want to go in the playoffs. Which do you want going into the playoffs, a Regular Season roster, filled with players who aren't in the playoffs? or, a Playoffs roster, filled with playoff players?
How many trades do you have left? Another way of asking: How many trades have you already paid for that you haven’t yet used? Use ‘em! You already paid for them! What do you have to lose?
By the way, for the record, and with no debates from anybody for any reason: All trades must be submitted to us using this form by the last pitch of the last game played during the Regular Season.
As previously mentioned, the Regular Season ends with the last pitch of the last Regular Season game on Monday — Monday?! Yes, Monday. — which means you should maybe start thinking about your playoff roster.
Gotta any trades still left to be made?
You paid for those trades. Or earned a couple free ones. Why not use 'em?
In this Sunday Morning Whiskey?! Tango?! Foxtrot?!, the power of the mitt …
Props to Reclaiming My Time co-owner Dan Klinkhamer for sending this along. Cool concept. Makes me all nostalgic and weepy for all the mitts I owned over the years. Whiskey?! Tango?! Foxtrot?! nostalgia and baseball. Next thing you know we'll be plowing down our corn field and driving to Boston in our VW minibus. I mean, seriously, W?! T?! F?!
In this Sunday Morning Whiskey?! Tango?! Foxtrot?!, we enjoy the shifts of the season …
Dongwhipped owner Kevin Klinkhamerjust moved Into first place Overall, which is WTF?!-worthy because it has been a while since a team has moved into first place this late in the season. Usually, someone takes over first in, like, June, then holds the spot until we crown them Regular Season Champ. Not this year, though. We still don't know who's going to win the Regularly season. Whiskey?! Tango?! Foxtrot?! fantasy baseball gods. What have we done to deserve such an awesome fantasy baseball year? I mean, seriously, W?! T?! F?!
Current league Overall leader Rube Furrow, owner of Ben Carson's Woody, knows us too well. He is the commish, after all. And, despite the woozy drunkenness, he remembers that it was damn googly eyes that took our website down for over a month last season. And, now, get this: Blog bait! It works on so many levels.