2014 Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide

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We’ve been hunkered down for the last month or so working on the 2014 Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide and we’re pleased to announce that it’s finally ready! Just like last year, we’ve gotten some of the best and brightest minds in the fantasy baseball community to contribute and have upped the ante this year with both a PDF copy (like last year) and a brand-new iBook version (that looks pretty darn awesome on an iPad and includes some awesome interactive projections.


Included in this year’s Draft Guide, you’ll find:

  • Draft Day Tips/Strategies
  • Rankings that will be updated regularly
  • Player Projects
  • Expert Mock Drafts that will be updated weekly
  • Sleepers & Busts
  • Sabermetrics 101
  • Daily Fantasy Baseball 101
  • How 2013 can help 2014
  • A Look at Power vs Speed
  • Why Not to Pay for Saves
  • 30 Team Previews
    (scroll to the bottom for more image previews)

    The fee we are asking for the draft guide ($10) is a small price to pay for year-long bragging rights (and maybe some cash) in your personal leagues. To get a copy of the guide in PDF and iBook format, just donate $10 through the PayPal button below and we’ll get a copy to your inbox immediately!


    Thanks everyone for your continued support and we hope you enjoy the draft guide!



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    4 Responses to '2014 Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide'

    1. Mark D says:

      do you need to be a member of the site in order to get a Draft Guide if you donate via PayPal?

    2. Trader X says:

      Hey Mark…you do not! Just need to donate via PayPal

    3. phillyCHEEEEEZ says:

      Are you planning on releasing the draft guide in one big rollout to everyone who donated or should it get sent to me immediately? If the latter is the case, I dontaed $10 on Monday (3/10) and still haven’t received anything.

    4. phillyCHEEEEEZ says:

      Also… does this package include daily fantasy lineups like with this season’s NHL draft guide package? Or is that going to be something separate?

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