The projections likely will not predict a sleeper who surprises everyone but they will give you a good idea of which players are being undervalued, perhaps due to public perception about them.
My rankings are composed of advanced statistics, xStats, sleepers, busts and lots of projection knowledge. This results in a nicely ordered list of preferred players each year.
Winning your fantasy drafts isn't just about finding super sleepers though. It's also about just finding good value players to fill your team with.
For practical folks, a nice printable cheatsheet may be all they need on their fantasy baseball draft day. That is why I continue to create my printable cheatsheets.
I've been using a system over the past ten years here that gives you a decent chance of hitting bullseye with some of the darts you'll throw in the later rounds of your drafts.
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
A few weeks back, the first version of the fantasy baseball cheatsheets were released into the ether. There have been a number of minor requests, bug fixes, and ideas that the community has suggested since that time. There were