We all know the guy(s) who take forever to pay their fantasy baseball dues. Heck, you might be that guy. Double heck, I might be that guy. Here's a creative way one fantasy baseball commish is trying to collect. He put out a Craigslist ad for a bounty hunter. OK, a FAKE bounty hunter.Dog the Bounty Hunter for $80 these days? He's not exactly as pop-culture cool as he used to be. He's still probably top 5 in the fantasy bounty hunter draft. (Boba Fett No. 1, no question).
And does anybody else think it's great that the ad-placer is willing to pay $80 to collect a $40 debt? That's a sign that this isn't desperation, but instead commitment to a really good gag.
Here's a question I'll throw out to the room: What's the craziest lengths you've gone to go collect from a delinquent fantasy baseball player? Anybody hired a REAL bounty hunter?
Now if you'll excuse me, I think it's time I make arrangements to pay some fantasy baseball dues.
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