1. Top news of the day is we posted a big update to Rick’s fantasy baseball projections, plus updated the depth charts and added Average Draft Position (ADP) data from Mock Draft Central. You can get all of this by opening your copy of the Cheatsheet Compiler and hitting the Update Projections button.
2. To identify the players who moved up or down the projections since the prior update, go to the online projections link, above, and you’ll notice an up or down arrow on any player who changed. The big names who changed, even if a slight change, were Jacoby Ellsbury, Albert Pujols, Paul Goldschmidt, Chris Perez and Yu Darvish. Rick added Raul Ibanez, Eric Chavez, Josh Donaldson, Livan Hernandez, Hiroki Kuroda and Edwin Jackson, who weren’t in the projections previously. He dropped Scott Sizemore and Brad Lincoln.
3. Thanks for Mock Draft Central who, as mentioned above, provide the ADP data for the Cheatsheet Compiler & Draft Buddy. Previously I didn’t have access to their ADP data, but in the interest of using something, I grabbed the consensus rankings from FantasyPros to work as our ADP. That is why you might notice a big change in the ADP numbers since last time.
4. As an update to the post yesterday about Zeile Consensus Projections available in our special Projection Pal download, I have since noticed FantasyPros upped the number of sources for Zeile since I uploaded Pal. I’m going to hold off updating until next week though, in the event they add even more sources between now and then. Thanks to FantasyPros for letting us distribute the Zeile projections with Pal.
5. If you need help with the Cheatsheet Compiler & Draft Buddy, there are a few ways to contact me. You can respond to any these posts in the comments section, or post on our Facebook page, Twitter account, or new Google+ page. Also, I’m trying a new method, the built-in Helpdesk with our user login/registration system. If you login and go to your member page, you should notice a tab “Helpdesk”, where you can create a ticket and send it to me. Failing all of that, you can still email me, but I’d like to try the Helpdesk for a while for CC/DB specific tech help questions.