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The Fantasy Six Pack Hour: 2018 Early Season Injuries


Welcome to The Fantasy Six Pack Hour. In this episode, A.J. Applegarth and I talk about some of the early season news and notes. This includes early season injuries, hot starts and some more pitching struggles.

We are also going to be adding in some new sounds to the show to liven it up. Hope you enjoy and we appreciate any feedback you have.

2018 Early Season Injuries

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2018 Early Season Injuries

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We have been hit hard by the injury bug already this season. A.J. and I tell you about the more notable players that are injured and when you can expect to have them return.

Pitching Performances


The second week was unkind to many pitchers that we expected much better from. This includes another sub-par outing from Julio Teheran, this time against the Nats. We even saw Max Scherzer struggle the Braves this past week.

Cup of Joe

This is a segment we are trying out as I will sit down and have a quick chat about a topic that is important to me. This week I discuss the effect that players hitting the DL is having on Fantasy Baseball. I question if we should not have unlimited DL roster spots in leagues or at the very least extended benches.

Buy or No-Way?

I will present A.J. with four different players who are off to hot starts this season, including Joe Panik and Jake Junis. A.J. is then going to let me know if he wants to buy that player or if he is not interested.

Check out the rest of our great Fantasy Baseball content this 2018 season approaches.

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