The National Pastime is back, and that means two things-lots of role models for America' youth getting busted for steroids, and fantasy baseball drafts. Since we at
CRACKED don't know a whole lot about steroids (we just can't afford any more shrinkage), we've decided to give our readers the definitive guide to who you'll be competing against in your fantasy baseball drafts.STAT PRO
The most easily identifiable member of your fantasy baseball league. Stat Pro has spent the last six months studying his Athlon fantasy guide, which he carries around in his back pocket and won't let
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anyone else in the league look at. He can quickly tell you that Pedro Martinez has a career 2.72 ERA, and that Juan Pierre had 35 stolen bases for the Marlins in 2004. He' also likely to refer to a player' stats "being inflated by Coors Field" on at least two occasions during the draft. Finally, he'll certainly be the first to excitedly yell, "HURT! HURT!" when someone picks a player currently on the DL.
THE GUY WHO DRAFTS KEN GRIFFEY, JR
The Guy who Drafts Ken Griffey, Jr. will snag him in the 8th or 9th round and then boast about what a steal the pick is, and how this is the year Griff stays healthy. When Griffey inevitably breaks his ankle in May and goes on the 60-Day DL, this guy will complain about how his team would be so much better if not for injuries. The Guy Who Drafts Ken Griffey, Jr., is closely related to his Fantasy NBA counterpart, The Guy Who Drafts Grant Hill.