Joe Pisapia con The Fantasy Baseball Black Book 2014 Edition (English Edition)
The #1 best-selling fantasy baseball guide on the Kindle Store in ‘12 and ‘13 is back for 2014!
"Pisapia's ideas and concepts on relative value are some of the smartest things I've read on this topic in all my years playing fantasy. All the things you think you know about fantasy are going to be colored and changed once you read this."-- Will Carroll, Lead Writer for Sports Medicine, Bleacher Report Member, BBWAA and PFWA
“Joe will have you looking at your player rankings in a whole new
way... and it will help put you ahead of the curve.” - Chris McBrien Host, "Dear Mr. Fantasy" Podcast
The creator of the statistic Relative Position Value has returned with complete 2014 RPV percentages for all players in points leagues and ALL NEW rotisserie league RPV.
The new and expanded 2014 edition includes:
* Over 400+ player profiles including minor league prospects
* Expanded RPV for all players in varying formats (roto & points)
* 2014 Draft Strategy for all formats including Daily Fantasy Baseball leagues
* Chapters on being a commissioner, most overrated/underrated players, making trades and managing your team, and the answers the five biggest questions in fantasy this season
* More Dynasty and Auction League content than ever before
Written by fantasy baseball expert Joe Pisapia, a two-decade veteran fantasy GM, columnist, and regular guest/co-host on Sirius/XM Fantasy Sports Channel’s Going 9 Baseball, the Black Book is the fundamental alternative to the stale content, recycled player rankings and glossy photos that dominate so many fantasy baseball sites and magazines.
Pisapia outlines a comprehensive approach to planning, scouting, drafting and managing your fantasy team. He also features a revolutionary new statistical approach that helps simplify the measuring and comparison of fantasy player performance both within and across positions.
Whether you're new to fantasy baseball or a grizzled veteran looking for a leg up on the competition, the Black Book is the place to start.