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The Journal (7/1)

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July 1, 2011 Kinda long. Well, that’s what we’ll be looking out if all this lockout crap keeps up. The NFL players and owners are greedy, and can’t decide how to split $9 billion. The NBA is in much deeper trouble. There’s a serious threat that there will be no 2011-12 season because the owners will actually lose LESS money if there isn’t a season. Yuh oh.

CBS Sports is already pumping up there fantasy college football product. I’m sure many football fans will dive in if there’s even a delay to the NFL season. I haven’t heard anything about a fantasy college hoops product. If you know of anything, let me know. I’m sure something will pop up soon, now that the NBA lockout is underway. Outside of those options, you’re looking at fantasy lacrosse, fantasy bowling and fantasy rodeo to fill the void.

Because there’s absolutely no football news of interest, I’ve recently poured more of my unbridled passion for fantasy sports into my baseball teams. In an unprecedented amount of activity for me, I’ve made a whopping four deals in a one-week span. I’ll give you the details of a couple of them quickly here. The other two, I’m saving for next week’s Gettin’ Geek’d column because they fit the theme.

TRADE 1 (16-team, Mixed, 3-Keeper League with 10 active pitchers)

I gave up:
Ryan Braun, Alex Gordon, Mark Trumbo, Tsuyoshi Nishioka and Jaun Nicasio

I got:
Adam Lind, Jimmy Rollins, Michael Young, Chris Carpenter and Shin-Soo Choo (DL)

I have a playoff contender, but my team’s offense has been lackluster of late. I would’ve liked to get one more piece, but with a few mega-deals already in the books, this was my best opportunity to gather a bunch of talent for Braun, who is a premier keeper. The trade definitely helps me this year, but not next year. Better make a nice postseason run!
TRADE 2 (12-team, Mixed, 3-Keeper League)

After rejecting a deal for Joe Mauer ealier, the last-place team came to me with a trade shipping him over to me for two of my young prospects.

I gave up:
Dustin Ackley and Anthony Rizzo

I got:
Joe Mauer

Jonathan LeCroy’s recent slump got me worried about his long-term success. Since I have Mike Stanton, Jose Bautista and Mark Teixeira, there’s little chance of me keeping the rookies, so why not roll the dice on Mauer. This is a “what the heck?” deal. The young guys could do fairly well and Mauer could rebound. Or they could all be busts. I’m hoping Mauer is “Too big to fail.”

I’ll leave you with a couple of videos to kill some time while you wait to jet out of the office for the holiday weekend.

The Manning boys may have plenty of time to film an entire season of Football Cops if the league and players’ union can’t get on the same page soon.

If you haven’t seen it on SportsCenter yet, here’s the coolest first pitch ever…and it was a strike!

Have a great 4th of July weekend,

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