Latest At RotoAuthority

It's time to start preparing for fantasy baseball drafts, at the expense of your friends and loved ones.  Instead of throwing down $8 on a magazine that was written in December, why not check out the latest at our sister site RotoAuthority?

  • Fantasy baseball's most disappointing players from 2011 offer all kinds of bargains this year.  Check out my list of unpopular names you should consider.
  • Ryan Braun is a first-round pick again, writes Alex Steers McCrum.
  • I explain that if you're thinking about drafting Elvis Andrus, consider Derek Jeter instead.
  • Matt Kemp, Justin Upton, and Jose Bautista top Mike Axisa's outfielder rankings.
  • My wife will tell you that the only thing nerdier than a fantasy draft is a practice fantasy draft.  Nonetheless, much of the RotoAuthority crew participated in a mock draft last week, and here is Dan Mennella's analysis.


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FS54
3 years 6 months ago


My wife will tell you that the only thing nerdier than a fantasy draft is a practice fantasy draft.” Liked!

I am so ready for fantasy baseball. I am hoping Stanton somehow falls in my team. I think this guy is gonna break out big this season.

3 years 6 months ago


My wife will tell you that the only thing nerdier than a fantasy draft is a practice fantasy draft.”

lol, I just had to show this to my wife and she said “that’s what I told you years ago”. I do about 3-5 mocks every day so I know that it can be tough to do a lot of mocks with the wife whining all the time ^^

3 years 6 months ago

Well…that’s probably going overboard.
-wtk

Tko11
Tko11
3 years 5 months ago

How about consider taking Erik Aybar over both Jeter and Andrus, no need to waste a pick prior to round 10 or even later for a short stop unless its Tulo.

3 years 6 months ago

 Well, I hid it from her for a while.

3 years 6 months ago

It’s definitely fun if you like stats. The thing is, it’s kind of like Dungeons and Dragons for sports geeks. There is no connection to any real baseball — it’s all simulated. (People do release MLB rosters to import, though.) I haven’t played it in a couple years, because I have other stuff going on. My friends and I set up online leagues set in Australia and the UK and designed logos for the teams. You can go as overboard as you want. It is as close to being a GM/commissioner as I’m ever going to get…