(PRWEB) February 22, 2005
The most critical mistake fantasy baseball owners make when considering players for their draft is looking at valuations that were not calculated for their league. The typical player guides and fantasy baseball magazines need to be generic in their valuation approach. The reason for this is simple; It is much more profitable to print a one size fits all player manual and concentrate their marketing dollars in one place.
The problem is, one size does not fit all leagues. There are many variations of fantasy baseball leagues that can alter individual player values by as much as 85% or more. You can compare player values for yourself at http://www.2005fantasybaseball.com but here is one example:
Kerry Wood, a tremendous strikeout pitcher, is valued very differently depending on the league you are in:
4x4 NL & AL: $14 and Ranked 93rd Overall
4x4 NL Only: $18 and ranked 54th Overall
5x5 NL & AL: $20 and Ranked 41st Overall
5x5 NL Only: $26 and Ranked 15th Overall
The range of values for this one player has an amazing 86% variance!
Which league are your projection made for? The 2005 Fantasy Baseball Scouting Reports give you specific player valuations for the league you are in, not just the one most people are in. You will find six different 2005 Fantasy Baseball Scouting Report books at Amazon.com and BN.com or visit http://www.2005fantasybaseball.com today:
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- 2005 Fantasy Baseball Scouting Report: Combined AL & NL Players $9.95
- 2005 Fantasy Baseball Scouting Report: NL only Leagues $9.95
- 2005 Fantasy Baseball Scouting Report: AL only Leagues $9.95
3 New Books with Projections Customized for 4x4 Leagues:
- 2005 Rotisserie Baseball Scouting Report: Combined AL & NL Players $9.95
- 2005 Rotisserie Baseball Scouting Report: NL only Leagues $9.95
- 2005 Rotisserie Baseball Scouting Report: AL only Leagues $9.95
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