Find Good Sources of Information
Successful fantasy baseball players enter the draft with a strategy -- a strategy developed from in-depth research on players' stats and performance projections.
You'll find all the information you need from the various Web sites that provide stats, inside tips and analysis for fantasy competitors. ESPN's fantasy baseball site and the ML blogs network on the official Major League Baseball Web site are both good sources. Some fantasy baseball experts also have the online equivalent of horse racing tip sheets, such as sports author Ron Shandler's BaseballHQ and Harvard-educated math whiz Scott Swanay's Fantasy Baseball Sherpa. If you're serious about winning, you'll consult such sources religiously [source: Greenberg].