There's nothing quite like a baseball debate, which is what makes the idea of a roundtable intriguing. That's why I'm pleased to tell you that, each week of the season, I will be taking part in a short roundtable on a different fantasy topic, alongside Tim Dierkes (Roto Authority), Rudy Gamble (Razzball), and Patrick DiCaprio (Fantasy Pros 911). Patrick and Rudy are both in the AL-only experts league I was invited to join this year. I would tell you more about it, but it's brutal–two catchers, five outfielders, a corner infielder and a middle infielder, as well as a DH. It's so brutal, Dethklok wrote the league's theme song. It probably doesn't help that I have Brian Roberts, Russell Branyan, and Jack Cust, but I digress into my early season misfortune.
The group of us will take turns hosting these questions and answers, so for this week, I leave you with this link–if you follow it, you'll see my thoughts on Colby Lewis' chances to succeed in 2010, his first season back in the states after a short Japanese career. I get a chance to pick a question for everyone to answer when it's my turn to host, so if there's ever anything you would like to see answered this way, let me know and I'll see what I can do.
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