Graphical Player 2009 by John Burnson

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Graphical Player 2009

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Book review

Congratulations to John Burnson and his team of writers,
champions of the CBS Sportsline Fantasy League of Experts.

For decades, baseball statistical analysis has been limited to long, hard-to-follow columns of numbers, leaving bewildered readers to pick out the trends. But the sixth edition of Graphical Player presents the information you need in the simplest and most natural way: visually. With its revolutionary, at-a-glance dashboards, the Graphical Player makes it easy to see who s moving up, who s moving down, and who s moving out.

John Burnson and his crew from Heater magazine won the 2008 CBS Sportsline Fantasy League of Experts a head-to-head points league that includes twelve of the
biggest names in baseball analysis, such as ESPN, Sporting News, and RotoWorld. Now John Burnson and the Heater team turn their expertise to giving readers the big picture to help them rule over their own leagues.

Graphical Player includes profiles for 900 ballplayers from both the majors and the minors, chosen expressly for their impact in 2009 and their interest to fantasy leaguers. Features include:

  • Three years of daily trends, including time spent in
    Triple-A and Double-A
  • Forecasts from MINER, a system that factors not only
    the majors but also all levels of the minors
  • Support for both points leagues and keeper leagues
  • Player commentary by dedicated team experts who
    saw every at-bat and dissected every play
  • The Graphical Organizations a bird s-eye view of each
    team, where they stand, and where they re going
  • New approaches to measuring defense, fantasy value,
    stolen base potential, and more

On Draft Day, the clock doesn t stop while you pore over names. Keep your head in the game, not in your notes. For an informed decision in a flash, grab the Graphical Player.

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