Fantasy baseball drafts are starting to heat up and the cheatsheets here are near completion. This particular update doesn’t contain huge advancements in functionality but contains some major new data which is why I felt an update post was in order. We have some of the final pieces of data that we needed for the cheatsheets by having new ADP data released (ESPN and CBS) and the final projection set released (Marcel). Those two updates allow for me to also add in a combined ADP option and combined projections option. All of those goodies are now in the cheatsheets as items to select and they show up in the new (and awesome) Player Profiles. For auction folks, new auction values are here as well and an Average Expert Dollar Value was added in too so be sure to check those out.
If you’re unfamiliar with the cheatsheets here at this point in the season, feel free to educate yourself by reading about the initial releases of the cheatsheets here: Point Leagues, Roto Draft, Roto Auction. When opening up the spreadsheet, you may be asked to enable macros… Please enable macros as that is the only way this spreadsheet can work!
Without further ado, go ahead and download your weapon of choice below:
The list of data included in the cheatsheet has grown incredibly long so I’ll just skip all of that info and explain the new features in this version compared to the last:
- Added Marcel projections as an option
- Added Combined projections which combine Marcel, Cairo, Steamer and ZiPS
- Added ESPN ADP data
- Added CBS ADP data
- Added an option to see the average of the four ADP sets for each player
- Added ESPN auction values
- Added Yahoo public and projected auction values
- Added an Average Expert auction value
- Updated the Player Profile pages to include this new data
Enjoy! But, please let me know if there’s any bugs or glitches that you encounter for your unique league type!
Luke is better known as Mr. Cheatsheet despite his last name not being Cheatsheet. He makes spreadsheets, writes blog posts and his rankings were in the top 10 accuracy among FantasyPros experts in 2014, 2016 and 2017. When he's not doing fantasy baseball things, he can be found playing board games or rating beer.