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Darryl Strawberry

Fantasy sports aren't what they used to be, and that's a little sad

Fantasy sports aren't what they used to be, and that's a little sad

Few traits are more human than taking a good thing too far.

A summer blockbuster diverts us, so we demand it become a trilogy (or a septet these days). Pork is tasty so we invent the bacon explosion — for the uninitiated, a log of spicy sausage wrapped in bacon and tossed on the grill. The NCAA tournament was great with 64 teams so we pushed it to 68.

That’s what I thought of as I read about alleged corruption in the multi-billion-dollar fantasy sports industry. The New York Times reported this week that employees at FanDuel and DraftKings, the kingpins of daily fantasy sports, are suspected of using insider information to win large jackpots. The report comes at...

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