This is Year 10 of a multi-player, multi-author, altogether unique and entirely free fantasy baseball commentary system.

Without even registering, you can see a few players that we talk about. The salary scans are for standard 4x4 Rotisserie leagues. The three different bids are for the three most common leagues, explained in more detail in the Glossary. We also have a general help page.

To see all the players, literally thousands of players, and read the comments about them or add your own, you just need to register for free. It's easy, it's quick, and it keeps away the bad guys. Once you have registered you will have access to all sorts of great search options, such as listing players by team, according to what they earned last year, or listing all catchers in the National League. There's a Most Recent Comments page and another that lists players according to the number of comments.

Alex Patton
Alex Patton AlexPatton.com
Back in the days when there were books on Rotisserie baseball, Alex Patton wrote nine of them. Now he continues to write for his own web site as well as for various other sites, such as Baseball HQ. With Eric Lindow, he has developed the popular software, Patton $ On Disk, that helps people get ready for the Rotisserie Wars.

Peter Kreutzer
Peter Kreutzer AskRotoman.com
Fantasy baseball players have been Asking Rotoman and reading his column at MLB.com since 1995. Rotoman is editor-in-chief of an annual Fantasy Baseball Guide and answers reader mail at www.askrotoman.com.


This is a joint project of Alex Patton, Peter Kreutzer and you.

Cross-referencing data for the players, to connect you to external pages on sites like ESPN, MLB and Baseball Reference, was provided by The Chadwick Baseball Bureau under the Open Data Commons Agreement.