Found March 28, 2012 on Fox Sports:
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So, it's the week before the start of the fantasy baseball regular season (aside from two games between the Mariners and A's in Tokyo) and closers are dropping left and right. Joakim Soria and Ryan Madson are out for the year and Drew Storen will begin the season on the disabled list. Mike Harmon and John Halpin discuss possible replacements and delve into a variety of other baseball topics in this week's Fantasy 15 podcast. Enjoy. >>> Listen to the Fantasy 15 for March 28 (Note: audio may start off loud - please turn down speakers). >>> More Fantasy Baseball News and Notes
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