Get Ready For Your DraftSunday, March 24, 2013
Most fantasy baseball drafts take place during the final two weeks of spring training, after winners of position battles have been declared at major league camps and injury statuses can be realistically assessed. This is crunch time, when the most important decisions of your fantasy season will be made. So make them with the right tools.
Whether you're a hardcore fantasy enthusiast or just a casual baseball fan in an office league, you're probably going to enjoy our award-winning Rotoworld Online Draft Guide. We add articles, special features and all sorts of regular updates to it through the end of spring training. It’s a beast of a product and an ideal companion for any fantasy baseball owner on draft day. Here are just some of the features you’ll find in the 2013 Online Draft Guide:
* Constantly updated depth charts for all 30 MLB teams
* A bullpen report with analysis that goes beyond the closers
* Projections and profiles for more than 1,000 players
* A Top 250 for mixed and league-specific formats
* An expert mock draft (with fresh ones coming)
* Keeper rankings and future values for dynasty enthusiasts
* Positional tiers to help organize your draft strategy
* Top 25 sleepers and Top 25 busts for 2013
* Changing ADP (average draft position) information
* Projected lineups and position eligibility trackers
* A humorous 2013 crystal ball preview from Grant Brisbee
* Ranking and analysis of baseball’s Top 100 prospects
Get full access now and prepare to dominate your draft this season. We’ll be at your side along the way.
Have an iPod or iPad? You can get access to all the great stuff that's in the Online Draft Guide in our handy, well-designed Draft Guide App. You can also order a hard copy of the Rotoworld Draft Magazine.
One final thing. NBC Sports and Yahoo! Sports reached a partnership over the winter and you’re going to start seeing more integration between the two companies as this year rolls on. If you like the stuff here at Rotoworld (which is powered by NBC) and want to have a streamlined fantasy baseball experience, sign up for a free Yahoo! league. Any fantasy veteran knows that Yahoo! boasts the simplest, most user-friendly platform on the web. And now you’re going to be able to get our analysis inside that platform. We’re really excited about it.