With spring training on the horizon, many fantasy leaguers are beginning draft preparation. A lot of folks run out and buy a couple of $8 magazines from the "experts" that were finalized in the middle of December. Three other guys at the draft are sporting the same magazine, and none of you have heard of Kenji Johjima.
I created the 2006 RotoAuthority Fantasy Baseball Guide as a remedy to that problem. I’ve already sent out seven updates since its launch in early January. Throughout the season, I’m covering call-ups, trades, and any other major changes that affect fantasy baseball. Feedback has been overwhelmingly positive; the Guide is loaded with sleepers, player comments, projected stats, and all sorts of bells and whistles.
For example, I’ve just added a new tool for navigating through your draft. It’s a ranking of the top 590 players and includes their position eligibility. There’s a spot for the drafting team, and once you enter the team’s name that player is grayed out from your master list. I’ve found it quite useful.
So if you’ve been wavering or hadn’t heard of it, at least hop over to RotoAuthority and read the full details on the Guide. Hundreds of people have found it to be an incredible value at ten bucks. If you’re curious about my methodology, visit the 2006 Player Projections link at RotoAuthority and see my logic behind dozens of the more interesting players’ numbers.