Is it possible? Could it be that time of year again? You bet! The 2015 Fantasy Baseball Guide has hit the streets, and we’ve got the full scoop for you — and a special offer for all our readers.
This year marks the 11th appearance for RotoRob in RotoMan’s requisite tool for Fantasy baseball owners, The Fantasy Baseball Guide. For us, autumn means: putting away the shorts, switching to darker beers and several weeks writing profiles for this magazine. We were a bit miffed that RotoMan didn’t recognize our 10th anniversary on the publication with a diamond-studded baseball bat or something of the ilk, yet we were back again regardless to put our panache and wit to proper use.
Now… about that promo: The deets haven’t changed from last year. RotoRob readers can save $1 when they order the online version (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 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: Rob15 and… Shazam! 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 massively involved in this quintessential guide as both current and former writers helped out. Besides yours truly, you can find contributions from Buck Davidson, Herija Green and Tim McLeod in the 2015 Fantasy Baseball Guide.
The 2015 Guide includes essays by RotoMan about the perfect pitching staff and by Doug Anderson about how to win at Daily Fantasy Baseball. This year’s Strategies of Champions are supplied by Derek VanRiper, Glenn Colton, Lenny Melnick, Steve Gardner and Dave Adler.
Our picks for Rookie of the Year? Jorge Soler, followed by Kris Bryant. It sure seems like the Cubs’ future is in good hands!
But that’s not all you’ll find in this year’s version. Take a look at these goodies you’ll get:
- The 20 top rookies for 2015;
- Over 1,400 player profiles (315 written by yours truly), complete with roto prices and projections;
- Position by position cheat sheets;
- An expert NFBC-style mock draft including analysis;
- An article that provides data to back up the go-cheap-in-pitching strategy that many owners like to employ; and
- Over 300 picks and pans from Fantasy baseball experts (yes, this includes RotoRob, who last year identified Rick Porcello, Yasiel Puig and Stephen Strasburg as dudes you wanted on your team, while advising you to steer clear of Joe Mauer, Andrew Bailey and Hisani Iwakuma).
The publication has already started arriving in some stores, so keep your eyes open and go grab it if you see it.
Or if you want to procure it online, once again, order here and remember to use the Rob15 promo code for a deal!
RotoRob Fantasy Baseball Weekly Podcast
Crave more in-depth Fantasy analysis? Then join us every Thursday at 9 p.m. EST for RotoRob Fantasy Baseball Weekly Podcast on Blogtalkradio as we entertain and edify you for an hour or more each week. We’re off this week, but will return live on January 29. Tune in here.
Now it’s your turn. Let us know in the comments below what you think of this year’s edition.