Less than one month. That’s all that is left before pitchers and catchers report for Spring Training. Although that may seem like an eternity to those of us who crave baseball, it will be upon us all too quickly. While players finish last minute workouts and clubs continue to fill roster needs, it’s time to start thinking about the 2013 Fantasy Baseball season.
The beginning of every season means a fresh start. It gives struggling players the chance to revitalize their respective careers. The same can be said for fantasy managers who might not have faired so well last year. In January, hope springs eternal. But in order for a better season in 2013, some changes must be made. To do this, we must learn from our mistakes, and perhaps take on a new strategy. Hopefully by learning and growing, we can all take home some hardware come championship time.