On a less polarizing note, I'll offer the following additions:
-- "Parnell" - to completely miscalculate the fatigue effects at a particular cap (by seriously underdrafting IP or PA). In homage to Joe McCarthy's decision to bring in Mel Parnell - who had started the previous day - to pitch the 9th inning of the last game of the 1949 season. See b-r.com or retrosheet.org for the details. Thought about naming this the "McCarthy" but decided that had too many political overtones and I'm trying to get away from that. Usage: "I seriously Parnelled the 120M, spidered my team as a result, and am hopelessly out of the cage."
-- "RIM" - to zig when everyone else is zagging, and getting killed as result. Like when everyone chose Eddie Collins in the 2-team twist last year or the year before. Those of us who didn't paid the price. Derivation: Research in Motion's steadfast insistence on the Blackberry user interface when the rest of the world was going Apple. Usage: "I RIM'd the 70M this year; should have taken the Cardinals like everyone else."