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  • HughP HughP Jan 11, 2013 2:12 PM Flag

    In-season HGH Testing. Will it affect your draft strategy?

    The risk is the same as if you drafted a player who had a season ending injury. Last season I picked up a player who was suspected of HGH, but the charges were dropped and he paid off for me for the whole season. The team who had him, was going to have him as one of his keepers, but the rumors regarding being "juiced" made the decision for him not to keep him.

    "The riskier the road, the greater the profit"

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    • Season ending injuries are unpredictable...most of the time. My question is would you treat a player long suspected of HGH use like a player people who is injury plagued with this new testing?

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      • I may just punt H.R.s & R.B.I.s,and draft a team around speed & pitching;And all of the other non power hitting categories.If you think about it it could work because most people build their teams around power hitters;Leaving the other categories wide open to dominate.I mean,why compete with fantasy opponents' main strengths?Give them 2 cats & kick their rares in the other categories.


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