Thread: Rotoman's Guide

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I think the Sporting News fantasy mag is now Street and Smith.  With the lack of moves since December, the mags that come out later, like Rotowire, won't be any more current than the earlier cohort.

John Thomas Roll2
Jan 27 '18

Went to the local B&N.  The kids were off school, so went there to pass some time. They spent holiday gift cards on books and Harry Potter stuff.  I picked up the Guide.  It was among Street and Smith, Lindy's, and Athalon.  I didn't realize S&S changed from its old style cover.  Then again, the last one I bought was in 1988 or 89.

Eugene Freedman EugeneFreed
Jan 26 '18

Is the "Dead Flowers Strategy" pretty much a Costanza?

Mike Dean TMU2009
Jan 26 '18

Dead Flowers Strategy is a keeper. 

Peter Kreutzer Rotoman
Jan 26 '18

Picked it up at the B&N on Court Street in Brooklyn.  The question I have to answer is whether I draft the players that Flowers pans.  I would have won my league last year if I had employed that strategy with Flowers' 2017 pans.

Thomas Rosenthal TommyR
Jan 26 '18

For the second year in a row, the Guide is available at the newsstand/ tobacco(not to mention paraphernalia and porn) outlet in the northern DE shopping center where I work. It saves me driving 1.5 miles to B&N.

jeff merk jeffamerk
Jan 25 '18

I don't see the corrections yet on the site blog.askrotoman.com (checked Guide & Corrections pages)

Eric Valdi farley
Jan 24 '18

B&N in Austin.

Phil Ponebshek Texpope
Jan 23 '18

Got it at my local Weis Markets in Central Pa.

Keith Prosseda andypro
Jan 23 '18