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101 Fantasy Baseball Tips

Here’s the list of 101 Fantasy Baseball Tips you’ll get for just 99 cents. As you can see, there are 12 categories written by over 50 Fantasy Baseball writers across dozens of websites.

This is currently available for PDF only on this website. It will soon be available on Amazon as a Kindle ebook, as well as iTunes — still for just 99 cents.

Player Valuations Tips

  • Tip No. 1 – “Put Player Projections Into Proper Perspective”
  • Tip No. 2 – “Learn A Lot From Experts Mock Drafts”
  • Tip No. 3 – “Deciding Which ‘Types’ of Players to Target/Avoid”
  • Tip No. 4 – “Take Time to Learn Newer Baseball Stats”
  • Tip No. 5 – “Cluster Hitters in the 24/27-Year-Old Range”

Draft Tips

  • Tip No. 6 – “5 Steps For a Rewarding Recon Mission”
  • Tip No. 7 – “Draft More Bang For Your Buck”
  • Tip No. 8 – “Change the Future by Learning From the Past”
  • Tip No. 9 – “Don’t Fear the Limper!”
  • Tip No. 10 – “Don’t Mock Doing Mock Drafts”
  • Tip No. 11 – “10 Tips For the Price of One”
  • Tip No. 12 – “Don’t Shed Tiers For Pitching During Your Draft”
  • Tip No. 13 – “Battle Plans Minus Beckham”
  • Tip No. 14 – “Life is Good When You Have the 11th or 12th Pick”
  • Tip No. 15 – “Regression Isn’t Always a Bad Thing”
  • Tip No. 16 – “Postmortems Ain’t Just For CSI”
  • Tip No. 17 – “Avoid Injuries By Stretching – And Following These Tips”
  • Tip No. 18 – “Mediocre Players Make Your Team Awesome”
  • Tip No. 19 – “Don’t Be Rigid With ADP Influencing Your Draft”
  • Tip No. 20 – “Sir George Savile Knows His Fantasy Baseball”
  • Tip No. 21 – “Tempering Expectations is a Good Idea”
  • Tip No. 22 – “Value AB – Not BA”
  • Tip No. 23 – “ADP … It’s Easy as 1-2-3”
  • Tip No. 24 – “Good Closers on Bad Teams Can Make Your Bad Team Good”
  • Tip No. 25 – “Look For a Power Surge”
  • Tip No. 26 – “Know Your Enemy and Know Yourself”
  • Tip No. 27 – “Take Several Dips Into the Deep End of the Player Pool”
  • Tip No. 28 – “This Year’s Sophs Are Better Than This/Last Year’s Rookies”
  • Tip No. 29 – “Pssst … Pay Good Money For Closers!”
  • Tip No. 30 – “Your Last Pick Is No Mr. Irrelevant”
  • Tip No. 31 – “9 Wise Guy Rules To Live By”
  • Tip No. 32 – “Self Control and Binging Can Be a Good Combo”
  • Tip No. 33 – “Drafting Naked Makes So Much Sense!”
  • Tip No. 34 – “7 Simple Suggestions on Closers”
  • Tip No. 35 – “5 Reasons Not To Invest Heavily in Pitching”
  • Tip No. 36 – “Pay Attention to Lineup Positioning”
  • Tip No. 37 – “How to Attack Hitting and Pitching and Trading and …”
101 Fantasy Baseball Tips, by David Gonos & others

101 Fantasy Baseball Tips” ebook,
by David Gonos & others

Auction Tips

  • Tip No. 38 – “4 Fantasy Filters For Finding Relief From Relievers”
  • Tip No. 39 – “Preparation Doesn’t End Once the Draft Begins”
  • Tip No. 40 – “Color Coding Your Cheat Sheet is Helpful – and Pretty!”
  • Tip No. 41 – “5 Guys Near You at a Fantasy Auction”
  • Tip No. 42 – “Excelling With an Excel Spreadsheet”
  • Tip No. 43 – “Making a Budget Makes Sense”
  • Tip No. 44 – “Proceed With Caution When Using Others’ Dollar Values”
  • Tip No. 45 – “Tiers For Fears: Auction Tiers Improve Your Chances”
  • Tip No. 46 – “Feeling Out the Fantasy Fulcrum”
  • Tip No. 47 – “Trench Warfare and Auction Strategy”
  • Tip No. 48 – “Get the Players You Want”
  • Tip No. 49 – “Got My Mind On My Money and HIS Money On My Mind”
  • Tip No. 50 – “And the Nominees Are …”
  • Tip No. 51 – “Your Opponents’ Worst Enemy? … Themselves”
  • Tip No. 52 – “Mix Up Your Bidding Style”
  • Tip No. 53 – “Only the Bold and Stupid Jump-Bid”
  • Tip No. 54 – “The Power of Nine Compels You!”
  • Tip No. 55 – “Save Some Bucks For the End of the Auction”

Head-to-Head Tips

  • Tip No. 56 – “Use Your Head in Head-to-Head Rotisserie Leagues”
  • Tip No. 57 – “Don’t Forget About Middle Relievers”
  • Tip No. 58 – “Streaming Players Takes Guts”
  • Tip No. 59 – “When to Draft Pitchers in Head-to-Head Leagues”

Rotisserie Tips

  • Tip No. 60 – “The Importance of Playing the Percentages: AVG, ERA & WHIP”
  • Tip No. 61 – “Not All Categories Are Created Equal”

Mixed vs. AL-NL Tips

  • Tip No. 62 – “Moving From Mixed Leagues to AL- or NL-Only Leagues”
  • Tip No. 63 – “Stars & Scrubs vs. Spread the Risk”
  • Tip No. 64 – “Size Matters in Mono Leagues”
  • Tip No. 65 – “Time to Graduate From Mixed Leagues to AL- or NL-Only Leagues”

Keeper/Dynasty Tips

  • Tip No. 66 – “You Can Only Manage Your Team”
  • Tip No. 67 – “Keeper Decision Criterion”
  • Tip No. 68 – “The Plight of Drafting Too Youthful in Keeper Leagues”
  • Tip No. 69 – “Rebuilding Can Be a Successful Strategy”
  • Tip No. 70 – “Make Close Keeper Decisions Based On Mo’ Money, Mo’ Money!”

FAAB Tips

  • Tip No. 71 – “Don’t Be Too Cheap – Especially Early in the Season”
  • Tip No. 72 – “Build Depth Cost-Effectively in Deep Leagues”
  • Tip No. 73 – “FAAB Patience Pays Big Dividends”

Waiver Tips

  • Tip No. 74 – “Get Ahead of the Curve By Checking Upcoming Schedules”
  • Tip No. 75 – “Dig a Little Deeper When Looking For Free-Agent Help”
  • Tip No. 76 – “The 5 Fantasy Factors For Waiver-Wire Winning”
  • Tip No. 77 – “5 Food Groups to Feed Your Fantasy Brain”
  • Tip No. 78 – “Riding the Hot Free-Agent Wave”
  • Tip No. 79 – “Ride the Waiver Wave to Success”
  • Tip No. 80 – “Pretend Opening Day is June 10”

Trading Tips

  • Tip No. 81 – “Remember That It’s Not All About You”
  • Tip No. 82 – “The Art of Negotiation”
  • Tip No. 83 – “How To Get Your Trade Offers Heard”
  • Tip No. 84 – “The Fine Nuances of Effective Trading”
  • Tip No. 85 – “3 Types of Owners To Target in Trades”

End-Game Tips

  • Tip No. 86 – “Late-Season Moves: It’s All In the Details”
  • Tip No. 87 – “Finding Candidates For the End of Your Draft”

Other Tips

  • Tip No. 88 – “Follow Your Instincts – and Make Them Sharper”
  • Tip No. 89 – “Simulation Games Resemble Reality Over Fantasy”
  • Tip No. 90 – “Beware of One-Cat Mercenaries”
  • Tip No. 91 – “Salary Cap Game Tips”
  • Tip No. 92 – “5 Quirks to Consider Adding To Your League”
  • Tip No. 93 – “6 Reasons You Should Buy a Fantasy Magazine”
  • Tip No. 94 – “6 Ways to Get Answers to Your Fantasy Questions”
  • Tip No. 95 – “Know Your Scoring System”
  • Tip No. 96 – “Deconstructing the Fantasy Player Update”
  • Tip No. 97 – “Naming Your Fantasy Team is an Art Form”
  • Tip No. 98 – “Naming Your Fantasy Team is a Science”
  • Tip No. 99 – “Use Multi-Position Eligibility To Your Advantage”
  • Tip No. 100 – “Know the Difference Between Fantasy Baseball and Football”
  • Tip No. 101 – “6 Ways to Enjoy Your Fantasy Baseball Draft the Most”

We think you’ll agree this is just a deep well of information — and on top of it, it’s pretty entertaining. If there are tips you think we’re missing, let us know! We’ll be adding tips to this website for the next month or so, and then we’ll be posting the “101 Fantasy Football Tips” ebook in the coming months!

101 Fantasy Baseball Tips eBook

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