Out of the Box: Play 'Em
Updated: May 10, 2007, 12:28 PM ETBy Tristan H. Cockcroft | ESPN.com
Not all baseball is brilliant strategy and shrewd moves. Like us fantasy players, managers and general managers are people, and therefore make mistakes. Really, when you think about it, if they didn't, baseball wouldn't be nearly as much fun. What else creates the debates and banter that make being a fan great? Poking holes in managers' and GMs' strategies is as much our national pastime as our national pastime, and in fantasy, doing it can often serve as a method of identifying future sleepers. I'm no manager, no GM, but perusing the rosters, I can't help but feel the following four players haven't received a fair shake in terms of playing time. Hey, managers, GMs, let 'em play! Chances are you (and we) will be pretty happy with the results if you do.
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