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Ron
Shandler
February 23, 2001 12:00 AM GMT
For the uninitiated, the Low Investment Mound Aces (LIMA) Plan is a strategy that allows you to target high skills pitchers at low cost, thereby freeing up dollars for offense. While the individual tactics are designed for Rotisserie play, the skills-based concepts have applications in any type of fantasy game. LIMA can be implemented in straight draft leagues, with some careful tweaking in
Ron
Shandler
March 31, 2000 12:01 AM GMT
Three little words that nobody thought I would ever utter. "Billy Wagner, $40."
Ron
Shandler
September 30, 1999 11:00 PM GMT
The LIMA Plan is a strategy for Rotisserie and fantasy leagues that allows you to target high skills pitchers at very low cost, thereby freeing up dollars for offense. LIMA is an acronym for Low Investment Mound Aces, and also pays tribute to Jose Lima, a $1 pitcher in 1998 who exemplifies the power of the strategy.
Ron
Shandler
March 01, 1998 12:00 AM GMT
About four hours after the results of the American League Tout Wars competition were posted online, I received the following e-mail from one of my loyal subscribers... "Hey Ron, how come you drafted such a crappy pitching staff?"

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