BABS in Keeper Leagues
When thinking about BABS in keeper leagues, it is helpful to start by defining what makes a player protectable from one season to another. It really comes down to one broad statement:
Any player that you would not be able to get back in the draft at his current price, or less, is potentially protectable. These players generally fall into three categories:
Low cost profit-holders: These are players whose performance and earnings last year exceeded what you paid for them at the draft. A $23 Bryce Harper is an obviously protectable commodity. Your 10th round . . .
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