I’m a pretty harsh critic of Razzball, but occasionally we’ll post things that I even feel are extremely helpful. Usually these are done by other people for our site. One of those things was the Fantasy Baseball War Room. (Now with an NL-Only and AL-Only version.) Another helpful thingie-ma-whosie is the 2010 fantasy baseball tiers, brought to you by regular commenter and all-around solid F.O.R., Figgy. This fantasy baseball tier sheet is like the Cliff Notes version of the 2010 fantasy baseball rankings. The tiers give you where I ranked players, their ADPs and the tier names which should give you a rough idea of what I’m thinking when you don’t have much time.
If you’re in a tight squeeze in a draft and you don’t have time to look at a dozen different posts or read everything I wrote about a player, you just look at the fantasy baseball tiers and you know quickly know where a guy ranks and a snapshot of what I’m thinking. For instance, you see Manny Ramirez sitting there in your draft. You quickly scan the fantasy baseball tiers and see I have him below lots of names and right behind Carlos Lee. Their ADPs say Lee is at 70 and Manny is at 62, so I like Lee more than Manny, but others don’t. I also say, “This is your father’s fantasy baseball outfield.” So you can quickly infer I’m saying these guys are old and are on the way down rather than up. There’s a place for solid but unexciting, but that’s exactly what you’re getting there. You look at the 2nd tier in the 1st basemen and you can quickly see I like Morneau better than Youuuuuk and Mini Donkey though their ADPs say others like them in the reverse order. Anyway, you get the gist. Now thank Figgy.
Also, frequent commenter, Steve went the extra mile and put my top 300 for 2010 fantasy baseball into a spreadsheet. Okay, now thank Steve.
Finally, we added a new category to the Fantasy Baseball Team Name Generator. I got the Pseudo-Intellectual Andujars. But don’t tell him.