What Would You Like To See Here On Rotoprofessor? (Giveaway Included!)

Again, I want to thank everyone for their continued support of Rotoprofessor.  Without you none of this would be possible.

I always want to gear the site towards what you want to be reading, so here’s your opportunity to make your requests.  If you have a specific idea (a player you want to see projected) or something more general (more prospect reports, etc.) let’s hear it.

As an added bonus, one commenter selected at random will win a Rotoprofessor coffee  mug (please note that the mug will not be able to be sent out for a few weeks, so please be patient in receiving it).  The winner will be announced on Wednesday between 12 PM and 1 PM, as well as be notified via e-mail.

Thanks again and let’s hear what you’ve got!


  1. Luke says:

    I would like to see more information/advice on auction leagues and drafts. Most things here tend to point to 5×5 leagues but most leagues I play in are h2h points leagues with auction drafts.

    Approaching things from this angle would be nice from time to time. Love the site.

  2. Shawn says:

    I would like to see more articles or focus on late round picks or sleepers/busts. Guys to target in the last few rounds of a draft. I saw an article a few days ago on late round catcher options and this is exactly the type of thing I’d love to see for each position.

  3. steve says:

    I’d like to see an article of different league setups, exspecially dynasty, keeper also variations on redraft leagues. I Would like to know more on league management and ideas for more indepth leagues

  4. yummy says:

    How about starting a slow mock draft with some of your readers like me? It could have comments per each couple of rounds.

  5. ducat2 says:

    First, keep up the good work. There’s a reason we have all matriculated to the school of the Roto Professor. I would love to see more interaction in the comments section. At the end of many of your articles you ask for our input and encourage discussion. I’d like to see more.
    By the way, that mug would match perfectly with the T-shirt I just ordered.

  6. Micah says:

    I’ve been enjoying the bullpen breakdowns and how it relates to player strategy. I would like to see some articles about general draft day strategies and/or different methodologies of creating teams.

  7. fiji.siv says:

    During the baseball offseason I’d love to see a transaction summary. Sometimes I’ll miss a trade or signing but the MLB transactions page (http://mlb.mlb.com/mlb/transactions/) lists every single transaction, 90% of which are completely irrelevant to fantasy baseball.

  8. Chris says:

    I agree with Shawn…I’d like to see late rd sleeper picks who’ve got a real shot to make a big impact.

    Also…it’d be cool to have a post to put together some Rotoprofessor reader fantasy leagues. Obviously, this would be more of a one or two time thing rather than something regularly, but I would still be very interested.

  9. MB says:

    Great work RP, your guide helped me alot last season!

    Can there be a piece written about divisional matchups? How does Arod do against Sox starters etc. Almost 45% of the Yankees schedule is against the AL East. Could we see some stats as to who really owns their division?



  10. Andy says:

    Love the site! Check it multiple times a day.

    I am in a deep dynasty league where each team has 5 minors spots each year and can keep up to 3. I’d like to see a breakdown on the minors for each team, maybe top 3-5. And maybe some A/AA guys that may be worth it in 2-3 yrs.

    So basically top prospects by team, with maybe some sleeper prospects. Like Michael Pineda last year or Dan Hudson the year before.

  11. Stu says:

    Great job on the site. Would like to see some more details on auction values for mid/later round players, both mixed & AL/NL only.
    Also like the idea of a slow mock with round by round comments. Always good reading.

  12. Chuck says:

    I love the Wild Predictions, keep ’em coming!

  13. Matt says:

    Articles which focus on players, new and old, which will or could be taking over starting positions. Players such as, but not limited to Bill Hall, etc. More stuff on the late round guys.

  14. Guancous Armore says:

    Starting pitcher tiers would be much appreciated.

    I concur that later picks are more valuable. The person who drafted Vlad Guerrero and Jose Bautista last year has a great advantage.

    Everyone knows where to draft Hanley Ramirez. The winner knows when someone like Tyler Colvin will provide value.

  15. mark says:

    i would like your thoughts on rp/sp pitchers.
    i won my league via tuff stuff last year by using no closers at all and filled up the spots with x-tra rp/sp used as starters only to get extra points. it was my first time playing and it worked via a free agent starter rotation match up strategy
    any thoughts
    thx mark

  16. Mike says:

    As the season goes on, you should cover a few players each week and give your projections for the rest of the season. Maybe an update to your draft guide at the All-Star break with projections for the rest of the year, callups to watch for and projected lineups for the next season (for those playing for next year – not me of course!).

  17. Martin says:

    I’d like to see more articles that discuss strategies for switching gears mid-season in fantasy baseball leagues. Fantasy baseball is like business — if you stay on the same track, sooner or later you get run over by a train. I play in a very competitive league and staying the course is always a recipe for disaster. Thanks.

  18. Tim says:

    I agree, I would like to see something on prospects. My preference wouldn’t be by team rather the top 50?

  19. James says:

    I don’t know if its been mentioned, but I wouldn’t mind seeing you break down the rankings into AL and NL. I really love the new design of the site and its one of the first fantasy sites I go to each day.

  20. Frank Kim says:

    I would like to see a comparison of 2010 projections to see how the different projections from various sources did. I know Bill James tends to be wildly optimistic.

  21. Charlie says:

    Like the site a lot. Agree with reader to break down rankings into AL and NL. Would like more analysis on players whose performance can change either up or down. For instance the article on Aviles was useful as opposed to say Adam Dunn, whose stats are pretty well predictable. Keep up the good work.

  22. Evan says:

    I’d love to see more explicit discussion of strategy. This blog features some of the sharpest analysis about how players’ values fluctuate, but this is often done within the context of the position. How about taking a look at the market as a whole? How can Rotoprofessor’s projections be translated into draft strategies?

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