Where the Buses Don't Run: The Charging Bear and Sleeping Bull
I've mentioned my affinity for senior citizens who drive like they're in a motor brigade. Around the same time that the snowbirds return, however, a more nettlesome phenomenon rears its ugly head. You'll start to see it sprout this coming week as fantasy columnists inanely advise you to "be patient" and tell you that it is better "to sell high and buy low."
"Be patient?" You mean making rash decisions is not the way to win your league? I had no idea. Which brings me to the next point: Everyone tries to buy low and sell high. It's like telling people that they should volunteer in their community. We all know that. However, it is far easier said then done.
If it was so easy to sell high and buy low, you should be able to sell the undefeated
What? You mean no one in your league is crazy enough to do that? I'm shocked! You mean you're not playing in a league with
Since you can't buy low or sell high, what are you supposed to do? Here's a wild solution for you: Buy High and Sell Low.
Maybe you're thinking wackaloon
First, why not start with McLouth's teammate,
You want someone more established? How about
Are you looking for a pitcher to buy high? How about
Now let's look at the other end of the spectrum. The poster boy for whom you should have sold low on last year is
Please realize that I was on the
Despite three homers,
There is absolutely no way