Playing with Numbers: SECA and you shall find
So, here we are with about a month of the season already in the rearview mirror, and your fantasy team's hitting personality probably is starting to take shape. Maybe you're hitting a lot of home runs, but are hurting in steals and batting average. Maybe you drafted a lot of speed and now are paying the price in the power categories. Whatever your team's resume might be, when looking to the free-agent market to make some pickups to help change the situation for the better, you're going to want to select the players who not only can help you in the categories in which you are lacking but also won't hurt you in the areas in which you are otherwise doing quite well, thank you very much.
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