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A night of fantasy baseball goes horribly awry
This season I had a spectacularly poor fantasy baseball auction draft. It was my own fault. For those of you unfamiliar with fantasy sports, a group of friends create teams by selecting players from a real sports league and track their performance over the season. The better your players perform, the better you do in your league. Many leagues, like ours, select players by means of an auction draft. Everyone gets a certain amount of virtual money to bid on different players, and you use that finite amount of money to fill out your roster.
On the night of our draft, because I had made plans to go out, I set up the auction software with a bunch of default values for different players. Basically, amounts that I was willing to bid up to for each. This is called robo-drafting. I thought I’d set my boundaries well.
I was wrong. Continue reading