It’s that time of year again! Sure football season is in full swing, but it’s never too early to start planning for 2019. As a loyal Rotoprofessor reader/supporter, we wanted to give you the first opportunity to reserve your copy our 2019 Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide!
The price will be increasing this year to a whole $7.75 (I know, inflation). This may be the best value you get to help prepare for your fantasy baseball season, so make sure to take advantage of it.
For those who have never experienced the guide, it is delivered through e-mail as an Excel spreadsheet and also includes:
- Over 500 player projections (including some of the top prospects in the game)
- Top 400 Overall
- 2-page cheat sheet, perfect to take to your draft
- The Rotoprofessor Staff’s quick take on every player projected
- Expanded Rankings (i.e. Top 30 Catchers, Top 125 Starting Pitchers) for both AVG & OBP formats
- Top 50 rankings for Corner Infielders & Middle Infielders
- Projected lineups and rotations
- Top 50 Prospects for 2019 (Prospects who can make impact in ’19)
- Top 5 Prospects for 2019 by team (Prospects who can make impact in ’19)
- Top 40 “New” Dynasty Prospects
- Auction Values (including NL/AL-Only)
- Multiple Position Eligibility Chart
- Closer Chart
- Top 25 Sleepers for 2019
- 15 Players Likely to be Overdrafted in 2019
Unlike paper guides our version will be updated every two-to-three weeks, helping you stay as prepared as possible. The first draft was released on January 18, 2019 and the updates will begin after that. I want to thank you all for supporting Rotoprofessor and make sure to reserve your copy of the 2019 Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide today!
Believe it or not the NFL season is just over two months away from starting (Week 1 kicks off on September 6) and training camps start in less than a month. It seems amazing, but that means the time has come to start preparing for Fantasy Football Drafts!
We will officially be kicking off our Fantasy Football coverage this coming Monday, June 25! We’ll be bringing new content nearly every day immediately, so make sure to start checking it out Monday morning when we kick things off with our Top 5 Rookie Quarterbacks for 2018!
There are currently numerous opportunities for writers to get involved on Rotoprofessor. We are looking for writers across all of our sports:
- Baseball (we need people to help with our daily Around the Majors, as well other articles)
All positions will go through a 1-month trial, which will be unpaid. After that we will review each writer’s status and determine if there will be compensation paid after that (this is not a guarantee that you will be paid, as the feedback/timeliness/dependability of your work will be considered). All positions will be required to write 1-2 articles per week and we’d like to have a scheduled day when you submit your work.
If you are interested in writing about any of the sports mentioned above (or something else), please send me a little sample of your writing to email@example.com and put the header of the e-mail as “Rotoprofessor Writer Search”.
As always, thanks to all the supporters of this site. You are what makes it special and allows me to do what I do and grow the site. This is an exciting time for Rotoprofessor and I look forward to continuing our great success.
Rotoprofessor will be sending out a free newsletter to anyone interested! While we are still finalizing the details, included will be:
- Rankings updates (and with so many unsigned free agents, there are going to be a lot of changes coming!)
- Prospect rankings
- Rotoprofessor giveaway news & notes
- And More!
Make sure to sign up today to stay up-to-date with all of the latest Rotoprofessor has to offer!
We hope that you view Rotoprofessor as one of your must read stops on a daily basis! As another way to interact with our loyal readers we are going to begin building up our Facebook page (as we have with Twitter), and use it as a way to discuss various topics and give our quick thoughts on some of the bigger stories of the day.
For example, here is what we posted early this morning:
Jay Bruce lands in Cleveland, and we all know the biggest fallout will be the likely arrival of Dominic Smith. As for Bruce himself, while many want to say he’s proven he can produce in New York, look at the split:
Home – .238 with 11 HR
Road – .275 with 18 HR
Of course, Progressive Field has yielded fewer home runs than CitiField this season so don’t call this an ideal landing spot. He is what he is, and that’s going to be a streaky power hitter
Additionally there will be some interesting prospect quick hits, and much, much more. Please take the time to follow us on Facebook! I also wanted to thank you all for your continued support. None of this would be possible without you, and myself and the Rotoprofessor staff truly appreciate what you’ve helped us build here. We look forward to continue growing with you in 2017 and beyond!