The Fantasy Baseball Black Book 2016 Edition: Presented by FanDuel (Fantasy Black Book 8)

The Fantasy Baseball Black Book 2016 Edition: Presented by FanDuel (Fantasy Black Book 8)

By Joe Pisapia

  • Release Date : 2016-01-08
  • Genre : Games
  • FIle Size : 1.11 MB
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Description

The Fantasy Baseball Black Book 2016 Edition: Presented by FanDuel (Fantasy Black Book 8) The #1 best-selling fantasy baseball guide on the Kindle Store for the last 4 years running is back for 2016! 

“Joe takes a complex problem fantasy owners have and comes up with an easy-to-understand solution. Better yet, his concept of Relative Position Value works for any fantasy format with any number of teams…With the Black Book, they get the full instruction manual.” --Steve Gardner, Senior Fantasy Editor for USA Today Sports, Tout Wars
“Reading Joe's work is sort of like being in on a great fantasy baseball secret…You'll go into the Black Book experience touting ADP, and leave it embracing RPV.” 
--Nando DiFino, Executive Producer FNTSY Network, Tout Wars
“… RPV takes that one step further and provides a simple but powerful framework for adapting positional adjustments to any league format or depth. I’ll be reading the Black Book in detail leading up to my drafts this year, and hope my opponents haven’t heard about it yet.”
-- Cory Schwartz, VP of Stats for MLB.com, Tout Wars 
 
"Pisapia's ideas and concepts on relative value are some of the smartest things I've read on this topic in all my years playing fantasy. 
-- Will Carroll, Head of Content Fanduel 

“Joe Pisapia is one of the sharpest and most knowledgeable minds in the Fantasy industry. He is a fast rising star who you have to listen to when he talks.”
--Scott Engel, Managing Director RotoExperts.com, Tout Wars, Sirius/XM Fantasy Radio Host

Fantasy baseball expert Joe Pisapia is the creator of the revolutionary player evaluation tool Relative Position Value (RPV), host of The Fantasy Black Book Show on Sirius/XM Fantasy Sports Channel 210/87 and co-host of the Dear Mr. Fantasy Podcast. His Fantasy Black Book is the fundamental alternative to the stale content, recycled player rankings and glossy photos that dominate so many fantasy baseball sites and magazines at half the price.

In 2016, he has returned with complete RPV percentages for all players in points and roto leagues, as well “RPV per Dollar” for DFS players and auction league drafts. 

The NEW and expanded 2016 Fantasy Black Book features include: 

*Over 400+ Player Profiles with complete Points and Roto League RPV 
*2016 Draft Strategies for ALL formats including snake, auction and dynasty 
* DFS Strategies and ALL NEW “RPV per Dollar” Analysis 
*All Over/Underrated Team of 2016 & The 5 Biggest Questions in Fantasy 2016 
*Impact Rookies and Top Prospects for 2016
* Black Book philosophies on roster management, making trades, being the “commish” and much more… 

Pisapia outlines a comprehensive approach to planning, scouting, drafting and managing your fantasy team. He also introduces a revolutionary new statistical approach that helps simplify the measuring and comparison of fantasy player performance both within and across positions. 

Whether you're new to fantasy baseball or a grizzled veteran looking for a leg up on the competition, the Fantasy Black Book is the place to start. 

Reviews

  • The Blaaaaack Book!! Amazing!!!

    5
    By Chitown Classberg
    Get this book! Stay up to date annually with this ridiculously awesome fantasy book/tool, and win your league people! It has all of your fantasy baseball needs and sits right on your phone! Not only will you find the info and stats on just about every player that'll be rostered this year in fantasy baseball, but Joe tiers players based on his unique "RPV" value based ranking system. RPV will blow your mind! Along with some strategies, advice, and a commish section, The Black Book gives me an immediate advantage over my fantasy competition. On draft day it let's me reference players and gives me a quick idea on player value, and I'm sure like last year, I will use it as a reference point before picking up free agents off of the waiver wire. Well done Joe!!! Thanks for this Gem!!!
  • Fantastic Book

    5
    By SleepyKeeg
    Really enjoying all the great information. Already using the info in my 12 team auction league. Highly recommended it!!!

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