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sarm34
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Kevin, Is it possible to get an update on why Justin Smoak and JP Arencibia have been missing from box scores for the last week? Or, alternatively, a good website that has minor league injury information. Thanks!

May 28, 2009 8:24 PM on May 28
 
sarm34
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I thought Upton over Sizemore was bad enough, but no Wainwright in the top 60, and Liriano ranked that low is just too much for me. This is Baseball Prospectus. I'd love to hear some NUMBERS behind Marc's rankings, since we know they aren't PECOTA-based only. Marc, how do you rank one player over another? If it's just gut feeling, I don't think these articles go deep enough into your reasoning to really have much value. Granted, there are some spots where PECOTA spits out some wacky projections, not knowing about past injuries or other factors. But that's what the human element is for, so I just don't get some of these rankings, without additional justification. Also, agreed it would be good to know what sort of league set up you're considering, I'm just assuming basic 5x5.

 
sarm34
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Who gives a F about a book forward anyway? I say thanks for getting the book out earlier. This is earlier than last year, isn\'t it? I seem to recall that most years the book has been out far too late for me to really absorb it before a couple of fantasy drafts that start a little early. So kudos for the completion of the book!

Jan 21, 2009 1:03 PM on Andy Pratt
 
sarm34
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I\'d like to see a way for readers to interact outside of the comments feature, i.e. a forum setup for discussions. Particularly for fantasy baseball discussion. It could be self moderated by users, and would generate a ton of traffic. I know at least one of your writers is familiar with successful forums through twoplustwo.com. Second, more fantasy baseball coverage in general. Marc\'s articles are interesting, but way too sporatic for a company billing it\'s book as the \"Fantasy Baseball Bible\".

Jan 02, 2009 3:36 PM on July 23-30