Significant progress has been made on the baseball version of the Cheatsheet Compiler the past few days. It is going through beta testing now which I hope to wrap up, and finalize version 1.0 for release on RotoChamps and here by the end of the week. This does not include the Draft Buddy portion of the software, but I should be able to turn that around within a few days time after the Compiler is finished.
I’m excited about the changes to the Compiler player evaluation engine. It now uses the Percentage Valuation Method (PVM) for roto scoring leagues, and still supports fantasy point scoring leagues as well. It supports auction or draft pick style drafts. The scoring options are essentially the same as last year. We can look to expand on those in the future. Projection updates will be available throughout the pre-season and download at the press of a button.
If you want to be added to my mailing list to receive a notice when the Compiler is ready, for now drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. [Note to self: I need to organize my various mailing lists.]
Final comment, in case you didn’t already know, but the Baseball Compiler and Draft Buddy are free to download, use, update, etc. Tough to beat that price, so you might as well try it out, right?