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Return of Ask Nash


One of this site’s staples since we started is a weekly “Ask Nash” fantasy baseball advice column and on Friday, March 14, it will start up again for 2014.

Now, if you’re a new reader, you might be asking yourself, what is “Ask Nash“? The concept is rather simple. I answer questions that people ask me, and write a full post to do it. Sometimes it will be just one question that I give a longer answer to, other times it will be a few questions that I give quicker answers to. It really all depends on how many questions I get in a given week.

What kind of questions am I looking for?

Anything that relates to fantasy baseball will do just fine. Good examples include:

  • Trade advice
  • Draft Advice (before the season starts, of course).
  • Advice on whether or not to keep a struggling player.
  • Advice on whether or not to pick up a surging waiver wire player.
  • Advice on how to handle a league dispute.

Pretty much anything you can think of is fair game. Be specific with your questions but if it’s something I think readers can relate to, even if I have to switch a few names, I’ll be happy to address it in an Ask Nash column.

What are the guidelines?

There aren’t many guidelines that you need to consider. But here are a few to think about.

  1. Keep the questions clean. I’m not going to run any questions that include profanity, nor will I censor the questions in the post. I’ll just ignore them.
  2. Make them fantasy baseball relevant.

How do you reach me?

  • Email me: [email protected]
  • Contact me on Twitter.
  • Contact Fantasy Baseball Crackerjacks on Twitter.
  • Contact me on the Fantasy Baseball Crackerjacks Facebook Page.

Whichever way works best for you is just fine for me.

 

These will generally run on Friday. Please try to get your questions in by Wednesday afternoon so I have a little bit of time to do them.

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