Ron Shandler's Baseball Forecaster 2005

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Shandler Enterprises, LLC, Dec 1, 2004 - Games - 240 pages
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The Baseball Forecaster: 2005 is the longest-running publication for baseball analysts and fantasy league players, running every year since 1986. One of the industry standards in fantasy baseball, Rob Neyer of ESPN.com called this book "indispensable" and said, "If you don't have the Baseball Forecaster at draft time, you're only cheating yourself." This book offers projections on player performance with analytical support to back up those projections. Written by a team of analysts, key features in the Baseball Forecaster include: the Forecaster's Toolbox, Sabermetric Glossy, Top Prospects, and Minor League and Japanese League Equivalents.

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Contents

RELEVANCE
1
MAJOR LEAGUES
35
Top Prospects for 2005
163
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Ron Shandler has been publishing his unique brand of statistical information since 1986. He was the first author to develop sabermetric applications for fantasy league play. Among his contributions are component skills analysis, pure quality starts and the LIMA Plan. Shandler’ s work has appeared in numerous publications, and he has been cited by many sources, including ESPN, "The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Business Week," and "Money" magazine. In 2004, Shandler helped create an advisory board for the St. Louis Cardinals. He is the founder of Tout Wars, the national experts competition featured in the 2006 book, "Fantasyland." In national experts leagues all told, he has finished in the top three 11 times, including five titles. Shandler's website, BaseballHQ.com, is a 3-time winner of the Fantasy Sports Trade Association's "Best Fantasy Baseball Online Content" award. Shandler was honored with FSTA's Lifetime Achievement Award in 2005.

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