ROTISSERIE: Can you hack the waiver wire?

To state that fantasy baseball content is beyond saturation point is an understatement. Finding one’s first daily notes or fantasy analysis on a hopefully-under-viewed website used to feel delicious, like a spy waiting by the drop point in a DC park in a late 1990s espionage thriller. Where there is subterfuge, there are biases getting their appetites whetted. Biases are the tension and the release of fantasy sports, both long and short-term.

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