fast dogs wrote:yahoo is a good place to start, espn is good. if you want a competitive league you might try joining an existing league that someone has an opening where 1 owner isn't coming back. the biggest problems with the popular sites is many owners will draft 15 teams then abandon most. teams and leagues are always been advertised, look around and find a good league. do a couple mock drafts before the real thing. Your catcher advice was incorrect. there will be plenty of draft guides and info on who should get drafted where coming out in the next month.
I agree. Keep your eyes open in the classified section for an existing league with standard settings (5x5) to give yourself a good introduction. http://www.fantasybaseballcafe.com/forums/viewforum.php
I would make sure that the draft is in later to mid march. Yahoo runs mock drafts all day once they open up. It will give you some practice and a chance to get familiar with the draft software (assuming that your league will be run there). Also frequent the Leftover forum. There will be a lot of good talk and tips there. http://www.fantasybaseballcafe.com/forums/viewforum.php