When deciding on which projections to use for fantasy baseball, an aggregated approach may be most helpful. Here are my latest aggregated projections for 2021.
My Special Blend projections take data from a variety of free projection sources on the market and also use xStats and stats from previous years. For years, I have been running linear regression analysis with all of these sources
I've been running my own analysis of baseball projections since 2012. It's been an educational process to better learn what works and what doesn't work, and I consistently share my results with you each year to help educate you
In a recent article, I analyzed the accuracy of various projection sources for fantasy purposes. I had found that my Special Blend of projections fared the best in 2018. But, as I typically do, I still got to work
Many of us put a lot of blind faith into choosing a baseball projection system to help us win our fantasy leagues. That's why I try to analyze the accuracy of the various projection systems each year to see
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.
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.
Weighting various other projection systems for each stat is a vast improvement over simply combining the projections. I find that these Special Blend projections have outperformed most other projections out there yearly.