Recent Updates To The Rotation Tracker

Just to give you an idea of how useful the rotation tracker will be, there have already been numerous updates since it was launched yesterday:

  • 03/30/10 @ 12:20 PM – David Hernandez announced as Orioles 5th starter over Chris Tillman
  • 03/30/10 @ 12:05 PM – Rick Porcello will start the Tigers Home Opener, so he is set to open as the fourth starter
  • 03/29/10 @ 11:15 AM – Chris Carpenter has been announced as the Opening Day starter
  • 03/29/10 @ 10:20 AM – Jaime Garcia announced as Cardinals 5th starter

I will keep everyone updated on the main site as to when things are updated from time-to-time, but make sure you continue to check it out directly (you can view it by clicking here). 

I will also continue to update it throughout the season, so it should be a great tool.

2 comments

  1. Nate says:

    I just wanted to say that I really appreciate the new “2010 Rotation Tracker.” It is a very useful resource for fantasy. I was wondering if you might consider putting together a “2010 Line-Up Tracker” as a complement. So much of a hitter’s fantasy value is tied to his customary position in the line-up that a resource compiling each team’s batting order would be awesome if you had time/inclination!

    Thanks for all of your hard work,

    Nate

  2. Rotoprofessor says:

    Nate, I’m glad you are enjoying this. I hope everyone finds it just as helpful. I’ve been trying to update it as frequently as possible, as you can tell by all today’s updates. Make sure to keep checking back for the latest.

    I’m considering doing a lineup tracker as well, but we’ll have to see if time allows it. I’ll keep everyone updated on that in the next few days.

    There will be a Closer Tracker going up in the next few days, so make sure to keep checking back for that as well.

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