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spydog wrote:I used to do my own Excel spreadsheet program, but really feel now that these draft programs are well worth the investment if you are serious about fantasy baseball and can afford to shell out some cash.
Sleazy wrote:Anyone have any advice on how to make your own projections?
hot4tx wrote:spydog wrote:I used to do my own Excel spreadsheet program, but really feel now that these draft programs are well worth the investment if you are serious about fantasy baseball and can afford to shell out some cash.
Why is that? What are the main benefits you enjoy from pre-packaged draft software? How do you feel it benefits you during your draft? Organization? Time management? Curious. I've never used any kind of baseball draft software and was wondering what the benefits were.
Sleazy wrote:Hey gang,
I have been using Rotloab for a couple of years now
zebulon wrote:Please consider using DraftTracker...the FREE tool that was built by fellow Cafe members (including myself).
We have a lot of the same features that paid software provides...but like I said..ours is FREE.
We are getting ready to post the 2011 version which contains some upgrades over last year's version.
- Composite Projections
- Custom League Setup (for up to 20 teams and 30 rounds)
- Position Tracker (see what positions you and other teams still need)
- 1 Click Drafting: just highlight a player name and click the Draft button.
- Real-time player injury updates
- Projected Roto Points and league standings with graphs
- Updated MDP Ranking and Tiers
- Personal Queue List
- 2010 and 3 year averages so you can compare 2011 projections against historical performance.
- Intelligent trading of draft picks.
You can test drive last year's version at http://drafttracker.weebly.com.
We will be posting the next beta version for 2011 by the first week of Feb.
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