The Z Files: Finding Profit At the Margins
The Z Files: Finding Profit At the Margins

This article is part of our The Z Files series.

Building a fantasy roster is all about profit. Based on year-end standings, the typical championship roster earns $320-$330, assuming an original allocation of $260. This is typically thought of in auction form, but can be related to draft dynamics too.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Todd Zola
Todd has been writing about fantasy baseball since 1997. He won NL Tout Wars and Mixed LABR in 2016 as well as a multi-time league winner in the National Fantasy Baseball Championship. Todd is now setting his sights even higher: The Rotowire Staff League. Lord Zola, as he's known in the industry, won the 2013 FSWA Fantasy Baseball Article of the Year award and was named the 2017 FSWA Fantasy Baseball Writer of the Year.
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