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Nash is an avid sports fan who hails from the East Bay area and now lives in the great Midwest. He shamelessly roots for the A’s and Giants, and is always looking to pick up some fan boy picks. Nash has been playing fantasy sports for years, his favorite being fantasy baseball. Probably because it remains the only fantasy sport in which he has not won a league championship…yet.
Dixon was born and raised in the Bay Area, where he still proudly makes his home. In his time on this planet, one lesson has stuck with him more than any other. The designated hitter is unconstitutional and must be banned effective almost 40 years ago. The greatest moment of his sporting life came on November 1, 2010 when the San Francisco Giants clinched their first World Series title since 1954. Earlier that year, he also won his first fantasy baseball title. It was a good year for him and for baseball.
Clave, years ago, won the first fantasy baseball league he participated in, and that sweet taste of victory unleashed an obsession inside him. In fact, the very next year he gathered 14 of his friends together and began the TunaCorn Fantasy Baseball League, an 7×7 roto league that is still humming along. In fact, he’ll often write about the lessons learned from being the league manager of TunaCorn. In 2012 he was in 3 fantasy baseball leagues and brought home 3 first place finishes.
His wife is awesome and he has two little girls that don’t like baseball as much as they like dressing up as princesses. You can reach him at email@example.com or follow him on Twitter @clavejones
Mims has played in fantasy leagues for nearly every sport from baseball, basketball, and football to golf and Pac-12 football, but nothing beats baseball, in particular simulated games from Scoresheet. He used to win a lot, but lately not so much, so that just has him digging deeper and deeper to find whatever it takes to get on the winning side once again. Love the National League in fantasy, Kansas City Royals in reality.
Will hails from Houston, Texas where he lives and mostly dies by his hometown team the Houston Astros. He currently resides in the little league hotbed of Taipei, Taiwan. He has won multiple fantasy baseball league titles while maintaining his antagonistic ways towards his fellow competitors.
Will believes in three truths when it comes to baseball. Fenway Park is really heaven on Earth. Pete Rose should be in Cooperstown and Jimmie Foxx is the most underrated player in baseball history. He knows that cynicism is a dying art and being politically correct won’t win you a fantasy league championship. You can email him here.
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