Private league: won, 5-4-1 (league champion)
Public league: lost, 9-1 (4th place finish out of 12 teams)
My MVP for the Year: Giancarlo Stanton (Outfielder, Marlins) with 37 home runs, 86 RBI, 75 runs, 6 stolen bases and a .290 batting average
I have won my private league for the third year in a row. I am genuinely worried they won't let me play anymore. At least they get to beat up on me during football season.
In the public league, I finished just out of the medals. I think for my public endeavors, I may switch back to Rotisserie next year. I was better at that. Head-to-head is more sociable but that's unimportant in a league of complete strangers.
Giancarlo Stanton had a strange season, at times magnificent - he was NL Player of the Month in May - but also was out for a stretch with an injury. In fact, he finished with the fewest at-bats of anyone on my team with 449, but still the most home runs with 37. He was chosen as an All-Star but missed the game due to knee surgery. He is only 22 and, as long as he stays healthy, seemingly has Cooperstown written all over him.