This article will become a regular feature here at Fake Teams, where I will post links to some of the work of other fantasy writers across the net.
Fangraphs Chris Cwik opines that fantasy owners should not wait on closers, even though waiting on closers has been the more popular strategy on draft day. I can see his point.
Fangraphs Mike Padhorzer discusses position scarcity where he defines what position scarcity is and goes through an example.
Chris Liss posted his World Championship of Fantasy Baseball draft results. He had the 6th pick and selected Alex Rodriguez. I don't discount a bounceback from ARod this year, but 6th overall?
The RotoHardball staff, lead by Eno Sarris, compiled a list of last-minute fantasy sleepers for draft day.
Jeremy wrote up his list of closers in waiting recently, and here is Rotowire's Dalton Del Don with his take on some closers in waiting.
For those of you in auction leagues, Rotowire's Chris Liss discusses his thoughts on auction bidding strategy.
I recently published my updated outfielder rankings, and here is Eno Sarris from Rotohardball, with his views on outfielder rankings.
Grey Albright over at Razzball discusses some hitters to look at based on their April performances in prior years.
And here is Rotoprofessor on which 2011 rookies fantasy owners should avoid on draft day.