It’s over. It’s finally over. The positional series has come to an end, with all intended disrespect towards catchers and relievers. It’s starting pitching week, and since you noticed the episode isn’t 19 hours long we’re following the same pattern as we did with outfielders. We’re hitting the high notes, giving you the map to how to handle starters at both the high and not so end. If you listen to this episode back to back with all our others, you’re guaranteed(*) to win your draft(*) and league(*)!

(*)=Flags Fly Forever does not actually guarantee victory in drafts or leagues. Your mileage may vary. Please play fantasy baseball responsibly.

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Flags Fly Forever is a Baseball Prospectus podcast. For more fantasy baseball information, visit and click on “Fantasy” or visit our Twitter feed @baseballpro.

You can find Flags Fly Forever on Twitter @FlagsFlyBP. The hosts of Flags Fly Forever are Mike Gianella(@mikegianella) and Jon Hegglund(@JonHegglund). The executive producer of Flags Fly Forever is Samuel Hale(@thesamuelhale).

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