ometimes I trust my gut but other times I let the projections take the wheel. So, which players do the projections like more than us measly humans in 2017?
Fantasy projections are a vitally important part of your draft preparation every year. If you use bad data then you're going to have a draft. It's as simple as that.
Because of the fact that inexperienced players are taken earlier in drafts, the assumption may be that they perform better on the whole over the preceding season. That assumption would be wrong.
This version of the sheet now has a new projection option: Special Blend With Steamer Replacements.
In points leagues, you have to be aware of everything a hitter can do. Walks, strikeouts, doubles and triples matter in a way that they do not for roto leagues. You even care whether a player gets caught stealing
All of the sheets now have updated projections and now have my Special Blend projections included in them.
The printable cheatsheet breaks down the draft pool into positional tiers ordered by the Average Draft Position of the main draft sites out there.
The thing that is unique about these projections is that they pull from a variety of other free projections that are available are combine them into a super projection source.
The 2017 cheatsheets are finally out! These spreadsheets are designed to accommodate almost any variation of fantasy baseball leagues that you can think up.
My initial 2017 fantasy baseball rankings have now officially been posted at FantasyPros... I attempt to create rankings that give an idea of how far I plan to move players up and down my draft board based on some