It's Thursday, there's afternoon baseball, and Pick 6 is armed and ready to go.
Mike Trout and an Angels reliever save the author's night, as the Pick 6 season starts to wind down.
It's time to start another week of Pick 6 fun, though Mike Trout isn't playing today, so how fun can it *really* be?
Matt Harvey may not have gotten a win last night, but he definitely won some Pick 6 fantasy points. I'm sure he'll be happy to find out.
Today, your gallant writer takes a risk by picking two offensive teammates - but if they're facing the Red Sox, is it really that risky?
The Pick 6 game yesterday was a slugfest, with scores rising drastically from the other two gamedays this week.
To start off a week of fantasy baseball, how about a theme game? Six players, all from the same team: can you pick the right six?
It's 50-Cent Friday again on Pick 6, and nobody has any idea where the weekly scores stand. This is like that scene in Star Trek II, you guys.
R.A. Dickey failed to inflate scores yesterday, but players still did well in Wednesday's Pick 6 competition.
It's the second day of Pick 6 for the week, and already our intrepid writer is using a player he's never seen play.
The last day of the weekly Pick 6 competition leaves us with a clear lead, but players in position to strike.
It's 50-Cent Friday in Pick 6, and as the weekend opens there are changes in the Amazin' Avenue leaderboard.
Somehow I managed to get into the top 5 for Pick 6 on Amazin' Avenue yesterday. It probably won't happen again.
One Amazin' Avenue commenter really put a beatdown on the competition to start out this week's Pick 6 race.
A new week starts out as the author puts his faith in a Boston-to-Los Angeles transplant. No, not Adrian Gonzalez.
Amazin' Avenue's Pick 6 race is closer than ever! So if you get excited by fantasy sports, check it out.