Saturday, February 6, 2010

Fantasy Baseball Mock Draft Strategy


Today I'm going to give you my three straightforward steps
that I take before I start my fantasy baseball mock draft.
These are my awfully personal secret steps that I've
been
doing for many years to help me achieve success in what
actually counts, draft day.

To find out what the strategy is that I use to prepare a
fantasy baseball mock draft then you want to keep reading.
Be exceptionally careful when reading and take notes on
what I'm about to inform you about because this may change
your fortune in fantasy baseball.

Are you ready? Let's go!

Step 1 - Rankings

Setup all of your fantasy baseball rankings before entering
your fantasy baseball mock draft however do not be like
those massive websites that pump out over hundreds of
rankings for each position. You want narrow your rankings
for your Mock Draft to just the top fifteen players at
every infield position and then the top thirty pitchers and
outfielders. That's IT!!! There isn't any reason why you
have to go beyond this because for goodness sakes there are
customarily only around ten to twelve members in any
particular fantasy baseball league. So if you only rank the
amount of players I have advised for each position then
you'll instantly be in front of the curve.

Step 2 Research

This may be the most significant part to success not only
in your fantasy baseball mock draft but to victory on the
genuine draft day also.

After you get to grips with only ranking the amount I have
recommended in step one. You now have to compile all the
data that you have time to research. Only, gather as much
info has you candle because too much info isn't always
useful.

What I do to help me out with this BEAST of an issue is
that I break it down into segments. First, I focus on the
infield minus pitchers, then I move to outfielders and
lastly I look pitchers including starters and relievers.
This brings me to another significant problem people often
screw up on, stats. What are you supposed to have a look
for when inspecting each player's statistics? Well, I could
talk about this for another three or four articles, so in
this case let's just keep away from this for the point of
this article and move on to step three.

Step 3 - Organization

This is fundamental to having a good draft. Without an
organizational plan you will only become confused and
discombobulated.  My answer to this is problem is to TYPE
UP and print out your rankings. YES, I suggested typing up
your rankings, only because you'll be stunned when draft
day comes how often people can't even read their own
handwriting! When you type up your rankings be certain to
have bold headings for each position and make it
straightforward keep one position on a page.

So to sum up this step, type up and print out your
rankings, don't bring anything else to your fantasy
baseball mock draft day.  Keep away from all those
intriguing fantasy baseball mags and stick to your ordinary
typed pages. My motto is K.I.S.S., keep it simple stupid.

I hope that you took notes on some of the thing I have
spoken about here. If you follow these 3 steps you will
definitely have triumph in your Fantasy Baseball Mock Draft
and eventually translate into your real Fantasy Baseball
Draft, which may carry over to victory in your Fantasy
Baseball League.


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