(Editor’s Note: This is a shameless plug for something I worked on. If you are a fantasy player, however, you might enjoy it!)
Maniac readers may know that I spent the 2010 season covering the Florida Marlins not only in this space but for Heater Magazine. The latest creation from the minds of those who brought you Heater is here: The Graphical Player 2011!
If your baseball mind is fantasy-inclined and you are looking for a treasure trove of information, the Graphical Player 2011 is exactly what you should be getting for the holiday season. Check out the awesome information you can expect to see inside:
Graphical Player includes dashboards for over 1,050 ballplayers from both the majors and the minors, chosen expressly for their interest to fantasy leaguers. Featuring analysis from 24 of the web’s savviest baseball writers, Graphical Player is now bigger and better than ever. Key features include:
NEW FOR 2011 Ownership figures for online leagues
NEW FOR 2011 New metrics such as RS% and RBI% for hitters and Lead and Disaster Starts for pitchers
NEW FOR 2011 A mega “Draft Pack” section for easy drafting
NEW FOR 2011 A table comparing each player to his competition at his position
NEW FOR 2011 Four years of factors for Scoresheet Baseball
Projected and historical dollar values for single and mixed Roto leagues, as well as tallies for point-based leagues
Support for a variety of fantasy categories, including Caught Stealing, Complete Games, Blown Saves, Holds, Quality Starts, and more
A unique mini-browser showing five players with similar projections at the same position
Profiles of more than 100 top prospects, with independent rankings from three experts
Full player stats by team for 2010
Four years of career stats for each player, including splits
Minor-league stats down to Single-A for each player for 2010
Not only do you get all the stats and graphs that will help you dominate your fantasy league, but you also get my wonderful (if not brief) commentary on each of the players involved in the 2011 Florida Marlins as of October of this year. It even has resources for those of you who don’t just play Roto, including resources for Scoresheet owners. Essentially, in this packaged set, you can get commentary that you would have to scour all over the Internet to find, and even more stuff that you couldn’t find anywhere else!
Of course, you don’t have to take my word for it. Check out the 18-page free sample here. And if you’d like to order, click on the picture and you are set!
Topics: Graphical Player 2011