All you need to do now is click the TinyPass link below and enter your payment information. You’ll then be pushed behind the paywall where you can click the link provided to download the PDF of the Draft Guide using your credit card or PayPal ($9.99).
We’ve been teasing you guys with this for weeks now, but the 2013 FantasyTrade411 Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide is finally here!
We’ve been going HAM on this thing for over a month now and we’re extremely proud to bring you guys what I think is the best work that’s ever come out of this website. We’re giving you a couple purchase options (more on that below), but to start…
Here’s a quick list of what you’ll find in the draft guide:
My Fantasy Baseball Commandments (by Nick Raducanu, aka “TraderX”)
Top 300 Rankings and Draft Cheatsheet (by Nick Raducanu)
Positional Tiers and Breakdowns (by Nick Raducanu)
300 Player Projections (by Mike Gianella of Baseball Prospectus)
Expert Mock Draft (features Andy Behrens of Yahoo, Nando di Fino of CBS, Davis Gonos of Sports Illustrated, Dr. Roto of RotoExperts, Matt Deutsch of SiriusXM Fantasy, Jason Collette of Baseball Prospectus, Dalton Del Don of Yahoo and Rotowire, Jake Ciely of RotoExperts, Drew Dinkmeyer of Fantistics, Paul Sporer of Baseball Prospectus, Reggie Yinger of Baseball Press)
Draft Strategies for Snake, Auction, H2H, Roto, and Points Leagues (by our managing editor, Tony Mauriello)
Auction Values (by Tony Mauriello)
Is the Term “Injury Prone” a Myth? (by Will Carroll of Bleacher Report)
Daily Gaming 101 (by Ethan Haskell of RotoGrinders)
Sabermetrics 101 (by Moe Koltun of RotoAnalysis)
Fantasy Baseball Freshman Orientation (by Travis Rowe of FT411 and GoProFantasySports)
Trade Strategies and Etiquette (by Kyle Soppe of FT411)
Closer Report (by Nick Raducanu)
Sleepers and Busts (by Michael Clifford of FT411)
Who is the next Mike Trout?(by Davis Mattek of SportsWunderkind)
What We Can Learn From 2012 (by Joe Costello of FT411)
Why Fantasy Footballers Should Play Fantasy Baseball (by Rob Pallazola of FT411)
Streaming Pitching Strategy (by Dale Sokol of FT411)
1. You can buy it below for $9.99 using your credit card or PayPal account
2. If you’re a first-time FanDuel customer, we’ve partnered up with the number one daily fantasy sports site around to give you all a special offer of $10 that will give you the draft guide AND $10 of FanDuel money.
If you’re already a FanDuel customer OR if you only want the draft guide, you can purchase the 2013 FantasyTrade411 Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide by clicking the “donate” button below. You’ll then be taken to a Paypal screen where you can pay using either your PayPay account or your credit card (make sure you enter $9.99 as the donation amount) and I’ll email you a copy of the guide as soon as I get your payment.
If you’re a first-time FanDuel customer and want to try your hand at daily gaming, you can come purchase the draft guide at FanDuel hereand get $10 of free FanDuel money to go along with your draft guide (or you get a free draft guide to go along with a $10 deposit on FanDuel…however you wanna think of it).
If you’re still on the fence about whether or not to purchase, fill in the form below and I’ll be happy to send you a quick sneak-peek to help aid your decision. And if you’re REALLY on the fence after that…buy the guide and if you don’t like it, shoot me an email (FantasyTrade411@gmail.com) and I’ll give you a full refund with no questions asked (that’s how confident I am that you’ll like it).
As always, if you have ANY questions…you know where to find me. Good luck this season!
We still have one more week of football left, but me and the guys here at FantasyTrade411.com have been champing at the bit to get started on our upcoming Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide since Rex Ryan started contemplating keeping Tim Tebow on the bench all season (so basically since August).
We’re already underway with our rankings, player previews, articles, mock draft preparations (and everything else the draft guide will entail), but I wanted to give you guys a sneak-peak at something I’m really excited about — and potentially give you a chance to participate in the draft guide.
Just like a lot of draft guides do, we’ll be putting team-by-team previews together, but we’re going to do something a little different and have those team previews written by a fan of that team (a few of these fans are some of your favorite fantasy writers and a few of these fans are going to be some of you!). We’re shooting to have our draft guide ready by the beginning of February and I’ll be releasing the writer of one team preview each day up until the release of our draft guide (see below).
I’ll let you guys know how you’ll be able to pre-order your copy soon, but in the meantime, enjoy this living-breathing list and keep back checking daily to see who’s been added to it.
Red Sox - Tony M(managing editor here at FantasyTrade411)
Again, if you’re interested in writing a preview for your favorite team (and it’s still available), shoot me an email at FantasyTrade411@gmail.com. And if you have any specific topics you want us to cover in the Draft Guide, please feel free to email me or leave a comment below.
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