NFBC: Mastering the art of Draft-and-Hold slow drafts (the Draft Champions)

Drafting fantasy teams early in  Spring Training is usually a risky proposition. We are nowhere close to important position battles settling, and of course there is always the chance your second-round pick gets hurt before the season even begins. Or worse yet, separates his shoulder chasing down a fly ball to the wall at the WBC. But there’s a trade-off for those who begin their prep early and have a good feel for the player pool. Drafting in late February and early March provides us with an opportunity to take advantage of market inefficiencies in relation to early ADP.

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