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PLAYERtrack/BaseballGeeks Podcast 2010 #9: RosterSlots.com & Stats
by: Rob Reed | April 30, 2010, 7:49am
     

In the first in-season podcast just before the first PLAYERtrack update podcast next week, I present to you an interview with Peter Wickander of RosterSlots.com, a new way to play fantasy baseball that starts tomorrow. I also talk about the players who top the rankings in some standard 5x5 categories.










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Live blogging the draft...
by: Rob Reed | April 10, 2010, 8:14am
     

Better late than never... I started out frantically trying to get my computer to sync with ESPN... came in RIGHT when my #6 pick was up -- not good for the guy who started the league.

In The PLAYERtrack Lab #1: Standard Deviations
by: Rob Reed | April 10, 2010, 12:21am
     

I believe that one of the major things lacking in the PLAYERtrack ranking system is considering the distance between the average player in a category and the highest/lowest in the category.

Because PLAYERtrack doesn't take this into account now, players like Prince Fielder get ranked lower than they probably should have. I discussed this a bit last Tuesday on Kevin Orris' Big O Show.

Just to keep you folks informed, I am currently working on incorporating standard deviations into the mix, which should better rank the players, in my view.

More discussion to come later on this issue once I get it off... [read more]

Live blogging tomorrow's PLAYERtrack/BaseballGeeks draft right here
by: Rob Reed | April 10, 2010, 12:12am
     

Tomorrow morning at 7:30am, PST, we are doing the league draft. I will be live blogging on this website... league members, feel free to introduce yourself here in the comments, and give me some details about you so that I can mention them in the next podcast!

Last Draft Weekend Special Offer
by: Rob Reed | April 2, 2010, 4:22pm
     

Fantasy Baseballers!

Get a PLAYERtrack.com subscription for your last drafts of the season for only $4.99! Create a FREE account at PLAYERtrack.com, paypal $4.99 to rob[at]asklawyers.com with a note giving me your used ID, and you will get PLAYERtrack for the weekend (4-2-10, expiring on Monday night, 4-5-10).

REMEMBER: the overall rankings (that you can customize) can now be exported into Excel spreadsheets!

Alternatively, If you run a blog or podcast and would like to cheaply advertise, or if you just want to "own" a PLAYERtrack.com profile for a year, simply go to the player profile of your choice, and if it is available,... [read more]

Most popular players during the week before the 2010 season starts...
by: Rob Reed | April 1, 2010, 10:06am
     

These are the Top 10 most searched players in the last week...

1. Asdrubal Cabrera

Folks are obviously looking for cheaper sources at short. Asdrubal is a decent hitter, but not one of my big targets. I don't think I have him on any of my teams this year.

2. Scott Baker

I think he should have good fantasy value this year. Apparently, a lot of folks agree.

3. David Wright

Will he hit 20+ HRs again? I think so. People are still hungry for reasons why he dropped down so much... he had the highest BABIP among all players with 150... [read more]

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6/8/11: June Update podcast - Rob looks at pitchers about to break out and hitters about to break up... standard 5x5. PLAYERtrack is now FREE!

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Alex Gordon: high babip and league avg contact by Rob Reed (March 27, 2012, 11:49am)
Mike Aviles: I like Aviles by Rob Reed (March 26, 2012, 04:03pm)
Mike Aviles: thoughts? by Brian Ramos (March 26, 2012, 01:38pm)
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Sean Marshall: closer by Rob Reed (March 25, 2012, 11:51pm)
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Jacoby Ellsbury: hellooooooo power by Rob Reed (March 23, 2012, 06:19pm)
Curtis Granderson: well, he didn't hit .285 by Rob Reed (March 23, 2012, 01:25pm)
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Hanley Ramirez: absolutely agree by Rob Reed (February 24, 2012, 02:34pm)

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