The Sleeper and the Bust Episode: 713 – Crossing Streams with A.J. Slater

7/7/19

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Justin is the co-host on The Sleeper and The Bust Podcast and writes for Rotographs covering the Roto Riteup as well as random topics that float into his juvenile brain. In addition to his work at Rotographs, Justin is the lead fantasy writer/analyst and co-owner for FriendswithFantasyBenefits.com, owner of The Great Fantasy Baseball Invitational, and a fantasy football and baseball writer for Fantasy Alarm. He is also a certified addiction treatment counselor. Follow Justin on Twitter @JustinMasonFWFB.

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Any chance you want to give a few guys on a would you rather on Pollock in his range? Maybe: Jose Martinez? Kingery? Castellanos? Carpenter? Schoop? Some others?