Ruminations of the early cellar-dweller
by Pat Cloghessy
Two months into the baseball season, and it’s not uncommon to encounter the malaise associated with poor fantasy performance.
This fantasy “depression”, as it were, can seep into the consciousness any number of ways. A fire start to the season has been put out in recent weeks. A rash of injuries derailed the season before it even left the station. Swings and misses on major investments (high-round draft choices/expensive auction bids). You get the idea.
After two of today’s starting pitchers are pulled before the 3rd inning is out, self-loathing . . .
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