The cheatsheets that you know and love have finally dropped for 2021 and they've got some exciting new features.
Where did the preseason go? We're headed into the last draft weekend and I'm just now publishing my rankings. Tsk tsk. But, nonetheless, they're here.
If you were sad that I didn't publish my sleeper pitcher picks in 2020, you can smile again because I've run the numbers and have my picks ready for 2021.
My method for finding sleeper hitters involves a data-driven system that sets various benchmarks for players and it coldly tells me who is destined to break out this season based on that data.
In some years, there are major changes that continue to happen after the initial cheatsheet release in order to improve functionality. This is one of those years and these are those updated sheets.
When you don't want to bother with crazy complicated Excel spreadsheets, you can turn to your old friend in the printable PDF cheatsheets.
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