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The 2014 Fantasy Baseball Guide: Review and Promo

January 31, 2014 | by RotoRob | Comments (4)
The 2014 Fantasy Baseball Guide
The Fantasy Baseball Guide is back once again!

Welcome to the 10th appearance for RotoRob in RotoMan’s seminal Fantasy Baseball Guide. Every fall, we start wearing pants, begin cooking more hearty meals and clear the decks to begin writing this tome. Yes, this is our 10th anniversary on the mag; um, RotoMan, where is our diamond thingy? Sheesh!

Once again this year, we’re offering our friends a $1 promo when they order the online edition (US$7.99; you need a web connection to view it, but it auto formats to any device or screen) or PDF version (US$9.99, this is a download that can be read it on your device, best viewed on a desktop, laptop or tablet) of the magazine. Go here and plug in the following promo code at checkout: ROTOROB2014 and… whamo! You just got the best publication the industry has to offer and you saved yourself a cool buckaroo. You’re welcome.

Team RotoRob was again front and centre with this fine publication as in addition to your trusty editor’s work on the book, Buck DavidsonTim McLeod and Herija Green all kicked in significant contributions as well.

The 2014 issue includes an excerpt from Larry Schechter’s excellent book, Winning Fantasy Baseball, lots of good writers on why they love the Fantasy game they love most, and improved copy editing and proofing.

So, what else will you find in this year’s edition? I’m glad you asked. Check out these highlights:

  • Over 1,400 player profiles, complete with roto prices and projections;
  • Over 300 picks and pans from Fantasy baseball experts (yes, this includes RotoRob, who last year identified the likes of Nick HundleyRick Porcello and Yu Darvish as players to target while warning you that you should avoid Giancarlo StantonCC Sabathia and Alex Rodriguez, among others);
  • The 25 top rookies for 2014;
  • Tips and strategies of the champions of some of the more prestigious Fantasy baseball leagues;
  • Position by position cheat sheets; and
  • An expert NFBC-style mock draft including analysis.

The publication should be in stores now, so go grab it. Or if you want to procure it online, once again, order here: http://www.thefantasysportsguide.com/store/c/1042 and remember to use the ROTOROB14 promo code for a deal!

RotoRob’s Fantasy Baseball Weekly Podcast

Crave more in-depth Fantasy analysis? Then join us every Thursday at 9 p.m. EST for RotoRob’s Fantasy Baseball Weekly Podcast on Blogtalkradio.Tim McLeod and I will entertain and edify you for a half hour or more each week. Tune in here.

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Dear RotoRob: Who Should I Keep?

February 1, 2009 | by Tim McLeod | Comments (3)
Sure, having a signed Kelly Shoppach card is sweet, but we wouldn’t want him on our team in a eight-keeper league. Dear RotoRob,   I have read what you’ve written in the Fantasy Baseball Guide (the Peter Kreutzer one) over the past few years, and also have read your site. I have two questions concerning keepers.   I play in a 5×5 [...]
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Fantasy Notes: John Smoltz Rolling

July 8, 2006 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off
But the wins have been hard to come by thanks to lack of run support and some shoddy bullpen work that’s cost him four, perhaps five wins. Last Monday he earned his first victory in eight starts to square his record at 5-5. Smoltz followed that up Saturday with a remarkable outing for his sixth win. He’s dominated the Reds over the years, winning 19 games against them including a 13-0 mark over the past 16 starts. And Saturday’s eight-inning, six-hit, one-run, one-walk effort gives Smoltz a three-start line of 21 IP, 19 H, 5 R, 5 ER, 1 HR, 3 BB and 21 K since the injury scare. He really had it going Saturday, still gunning it in at 94 mph in his final inning. All told, the 39-year-old righty fanned at least 10 for the 39th time in his career. Smoltzy even contributed a pair of singles, the second of which drove in a run and was huge as the club rolled the dice and let him hit for himself in the bottom of the seventh with two on and two out while clinging to a one-run lead.
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