MLB Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide: Complete Kit for Free

Fantasy Knuckleheads@_knuckleheadsCorrespondent IFebruary 18, 2011

JUPITER, FL - FEBRUARY 17: Matt Carpenter #92 of the St. Louis Cardinals takes batting practice at Roger Dean Stadium on February 17, 2011 in Jupiter, Florida. (Photo by Joel Auerbach/Getty Images)
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After several years of providing fantasy baseball news and advice, we finally decided to do a fantasy baseball draft kit.

Here you’ll find draft guides, mock drafts, rankings, sleepers, team analysis, projected stats (statistics) and more—all for free.

Of course, we make a little cash on the ads but hey, we all gotta eat!

So, let’s jump right into the baseball draft guide. Bookmark this page, we’re updating it daily!

 

Fantasy baseball rankings: Our 2011 rankings will be updated until the beginning of the season.

Fantasy baseball projected statistics: These stats will also be updated until opening day.

(Coming soon...)

 

Fantasy baseball sleepers: Sleepers are rare gems in fantasy sports. Get a couple right during your draft and you’re well on your way to dominating to your league!

 

Fantasy baseball team analysis: We’re tackling the top 10 teams in MLB and breaking down the key players you’ll want to focus on.

 

Fantasy baseball depth charts: Call us crazy:

 

Fantasy baseball mock drafts: Rotisserie mock draft10 Team head to head mock draft.

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