Order The Rotoprofessor 2015 Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide For Just $6!!

The Rotoprofessor 2015 Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide has officially been released!!!  Order and receive the guide today for just $6!!

Among the new features for 2015:

  • Top 40 “New” Dynasty Prospects (players drafted in 2014, newly eligible international players, etc)
  • Projections for FIP and LOB% for all pitchers

You will then receive updates about every two-to-three weeks until the start of the season (the first update is schedule for on our around 01/30/15).  Also like in year’s past, the draft guide is just going to get bigger and better!

For those who have never experienced the guide, it is delivered through e-mail as an Excel spreadsheet and also includes:

  • Over 550 player projections (including some of the top prospects in the game like Kris Bryant, Francisco Lindor & More)
  • 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)
  • Top 50 rankings for Corner Infielders & Middle Infielders
  • Projected lineups and rotations
  • Top 50 Prospects for 2015 (Prospects who can make impact in ’15)
  • Top 5 Prospects for 2015 by team (Prospects who can make impact in ’15)
  • Top 40 “New” Dynasty Prospects
  • Auction Values (including NL/AL-Only)
  • Multiple Position Eligibility Chart
  • Closer Chart
  • Top 25 Sleepers for 2015
  • 15 Players Likely to be Overdrafted in 2015

Make sure you keep checking back for more details and be sure to reserve your copy of the guide early!




27 comments

  1. Bbboston says:

    Roto Prof. I’m looking forward to your new guide as always I plan on purchasing it however I was wondering whether you could include a keeper function in your AIL only auction values specifically so that one can calculate the values based upon the amount of keeper value held from season to season thank you

  2. pretzels says:

    i was wondering what do you think of draft software, does it help and anybody you really like for it——–thanks

  3. Theimpossibledream says:

    Got my draft guide in my email this morning…….Love it!

  4. Ben says:

    If Betts qualified at 2B (which he does in Yahoo leagues), where would he slot in those rankings?

    • Rotoprofessor says:

      He’d be #8.

      He didn’t play 20 games at 2B, which is why he’s not in there. If your league requires 10 games, he is eligible though

  5. jmax says:

    Love the guide as well! So much better than the magazine versions. Can I pre-order for 2016 yet….?

    • Rotoprofessor says:

      Ha! Again, to everyone, the support is very much appreciated!! As for pre-ordering the 2016 guide, not yet but maybe soon 🙂

  6. Corey says:

    Love the guide and reading the insight on each player. I’m going to ask a keeper question. I can keep 8 players for as long as I care to with no penalty.

    I know I’m keeping:
    1. Abreu
    2. Rendon
    3. Donaldson
    4. Billy Hamilton
    5. George Springer
    6. Chris Sale

    I’m struggling which one to let walk out of Starlin Castro, Chris Davis, and Bogaerts. I had liked the idea of two shorties in a weak position (and Crush burned me last year) but everyone seems to be souring on Castro.

    • Rotoprofessor says:

      Thanks Corey and I appreciate the support!

      I would keep Davis, as I do think that he’s due for a bounce back and power is at a premium. As for Castro/Bogaerts, it really is a counflip but I’d say Bogaerts has a higher overall upside.

      It’s not that I’m down on Castro, but he doesn’t bring big power or big speed. Without either, it’s hard to envision him as a potentially elite option.

      • Corey says:

        Thanks for the input. One more keeper question. Different league. Again no limits or penalties for keepers.

        Darvish for $15 or Harvey for $1?

        • Rotoprofessor says:

          How long are the prices good for? If it’s past this season I’d go Harvey. Even for this season it’s close, but I may lean Darvish thanks to the limits Harvey could face and the significant number of matchups against the Astros (would it be surprising to see Darvish average 12 K in those starts?!?!?!

  7. charlie says:

    Hi Eric: Haven’t yet received the draft guide. Hope it’s just an oversight and I am still on the list to receive the guide.

    • Rotoprofessor says:

      charlie, I apologize if you haven’t received it yet. A few people thought they had ordered it and actually hadn’t. Shoot me an e-mail when you get a chance and we will get this resolved ASAP!

      Thanks for your support and I hope that you enjoy the guide!!

  8. Mark says:

    Hey Eric, I just ordered your guide through Paypal and am looking forward to receiving it. I have scooped up a couple others as I am going back and forth as to which keepers to keep (We keep 5 in a 12 man head to head league) heading into this year. I won it all last year. Here is my roster and who I plan to keep. Before checking out my final roster from 2014 below here is who I plan to keep: Goldy, Desmond, Gordon, Kluber and Max.

    That would mean I keep no OF’s but have solid position players (1B, 2B, and SS) and 2 SP’s in my rotation. OF is deep and feel I can fill those spots with decent guys in the draft similar to last years OF. I am really only up in the air about keeping Dee Gordon (primarily want him for his speed to win SB’s weekly) over a better bat like an Adrian Gonzalez, but let me know your thoughts on everything. Let me know what you think, it is greatly appreciated and I look forward to use your insight as my primary information going forward for all my fantasy needs!!

    C- Mesoraco
    1B – Goldschimdt
    2B – Dee Gordon
    SS – Ian Desmond
    3B – Todd Frazier
    OF – Starling Marter
    OF – Brett Gardner
    OF – Torii Hunter
    Util – Adrian Gonzalez
    Util – Brian McCann
    BN – Sandoval

    SP – Corey Kluber
    SP – Max Scherzer
    RP – Cody Allen
    RP – Santiago Casilla
    P – James Shields
    P – Lance Lynn
    P – Tanaka
    P – Jacob deGrom
    BN – Collin McHugh

    • Mark says:

      By the way: It is a 6 by 6 League in terms of H2H Categories should that help in your analysis

      Hitting: R, HR, RBI, SB’s, Total Bases, Avg

      Pitching: W, SV, K’s, ERA, WHIP, Quality Starts

    • Rotoprofessor says:

      I know Gordon gives you an edge in the SB department, but I’d lean towards Marte over him (as well as deGrom, though I wouldn’t keep three SP).

      That said, for me, I’d lock up Frazier with Goldschmidt & Desmond as the three bats.

  9. Hey Professor. Great guide. Appreciate the detailed projections. Allows me to sort on Wins, K, SB’s, etc. Thanks for the good work.

  10. Thom says:

    Not familiar with your guide, but have used your guidance in the past and am looking to purchase this year. Does it tier positional players?

  11. LanceCt says:

    When’s the next update? Thank you!

  12. Jarrod says:

    Hello, I would like to purchase the draft guide for my baseball draft I have tomorrow (3/22/15). I was wondering if I ordered it tonight, how long until I would receive it by e-mail??

    • Rotoprofessor says:

      Occasionally there’s a small lag, but generally you should get it fairly quickly.

      I appreciate the support and, if you order the guide, I hope you find it helpful!

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