The Sleeper and the Bust Episode: 772 – The Black Book ft. Joe Pisapia

01/28/20

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NOTABLE TRANSACTIONS/INJURIES/RUMORS

2020 FANTASY BLACK BOOK

  • Get the Black Book here
  • What is in the Black Book?
  • What is RPV?
  • Is it usable across all formats & league sizes?
  • One batter and one pitcher that RPV has highlighted as a buy given their ADP?
  • One batter and one pitcher that RPV has highlighted as a sell given their ADP?

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Approximately 63 minutes of joyous analysis.

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macstruts
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macstruts

I bought the black book. If you are listening to this, I suggest you do the same.

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digiderek

How much use would the book be for Scoresheet leagues?

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macstruts

I use it for points and rotisserie leagues. Last year I was in four leagues, I had two first place finishes and two second place finishes. I don’t know what a Scoresheet league is…. sorry.