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Postby Area51's » Wed Feb 15, 2006 1:47 pm

TopChuckie wrote:
rotterdam_82 wrote:You trust one sourse to tell you who is going to be on the 25 man?

Nice site though.....


Plus, as I said before, until 25-man rosters are actually set on opening day, T.I.P. is the only site I've found that takes the 25-man into consideration when doing depth charts, so "one source" is our only option because there is only "one" source. Unless someone is aware of any other? I looked everywhere a couple years ago and T.I.P. was the only one I found. I haven't looked lately because once I found T.I.P. I no longer had the need.


It always seems to be the quickest update, too, ESPECIALLY in the offseason. Loads nicely on a blackberry too since its all text.
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Postby GotowarMissAgnes » Wed Feb 15, 2006 7:07 pm

My only problem with TIP is the thirty freaking links to get all the depth charts!
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Postby GotowarMissAgnes » Wed Feb 15, 2006 7:12 pm

FWIW, I just checked. Rototimes and Sanlot Shrink have Weaver already in the Angel rotation. TIP and MLB do not.
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Postby TopChuckie » Thu Feb 16, 2006 10:50 am

GotowarMissAgnes wrote:My only problem with TIP is the thirty freaking links to get all the depth charts!


Agreed, it's not the most printer friendly site. I did email him about two years ago and asked him to modify his pages a little so each team would fit on a single page. The right side, and occasionally the bottom would get cut off if he had a lot of players on the On The Bubble list.

I print each team on a page, put them in a notebook and then highlight/cross off each player as he is drafted. That way towards the end of the draft I can fairly quickly page through to see if any SP's or starting position players are left.

I'm thinking this year I may import MLB.com's Roster page, not their depth charts, into Excel and use it in conjunction with TIP to edit the rosters to show the 25-man rosters on one page.
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