Fantasy Baseball Rankings: Ravitz Reacts
The great thing about our new fantasy rankings is that you get to decide what to do with them. Do you agree with me on Robinson Cano but think I'm crazy on Orlando Cabrera? That's your prerogative. You can do what you want to do. You can live your life. You can choose between the Bobby Brown or the Britney Spears version of that catchy tune, although if you're a man, that choice has pretty much been made for you.
Anyway, the point is that your job is to use these rankings as a guide. Be sure to look at the individual numbers as well as the composite rankings, because that will help you determine where there might be a great buying or selling opportunity.
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