Ground-ball pitchers off to good starts
Pound the bottom of the strike zone.
That's effectively what "Dave Duncan's magic" is: tutelage that over the years has made relative no-names into useful fantasy options.
The strategy makes a heck of a lot of sense. Keep the ball down, and you'll induce countless ground balls. Ground balls are good, primarily because:
• They're certainly more harmless than line drives. The major league batting average on ground balls was .236 last season, 26 ...
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