Unit always great, but never the best
Now that Randy Johnson has joined the 300-win club, it probably would be a good time to write about how he has been the best pitcher in the fantasy baseball era, a rock who always went first among his pitching brethren and finished first on the Player Rater. Hooray, Randy Johnson.
The only problem with that statement is it's not the case. During the past 20 or so years, as fantasy baseball has gone from a curiosity to, well, a billion-dollar industry, other pitchers have consistently seemed ...
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