Peter “Rotoman” Kreutzer's fantasy baseball projections and player comments have been featured since 1995, originally at ESPN, then MLB.com, and since 2000 in The Fantasy Baseball Guide magazine and in Pattonandco.com's Patton $ Online (sometimes known as the Cadillac edition). Alas, the pandemic has cancelled the 2021 issue of the Guide. In its place we are offering Rotoman’s Fantasy Baseball Guide 2021 here at PattonandCo.com. Rotoman's Fantasy Baseball Guide 2021 gives you Rotoman's projections, prices, and player profiles on each player page, just as they might have been found in the magazine. The profiles will appear beneath each player's statbox, starting December 15, with new players added each week. Subscribers requests for profiles will be given priority. Subscribe for $10 by Clicking Here
But that's not your only option.
For 21 years, in-the-know fantasy baseball fans have been subscribing to Patton $ Online to help them win their leagues. Alex's books in the 1980s and '90s helped shape everything we all know about fantasy baseball prices, strategy, and writing. P$O includes regularly updated projections from Rotoman, rejiggered bid prices from Alex, Rotoman and Mike Fenger, with prospect rankings from a variety of sources (we'll miss John Sickle's takes this year), projected batting orders and expert league prices from CBS, Tout Wars, and LABR in an Excel spreadsheet, text files, and a Windows program that will help you handicap players, make your own bid prices, and prepare your draft/auction lists for printing.
Paying subscribers to Patton $ Online will also get Rotoman's Fantasy Baseball Guide 2021. Which makes the full package an even better value.
The full subscription costs $36 and you can buy it here: The Subscription.
We have two types of subscriptions for 2021. One is the Rotoman Special and costs $10. A lot like The Fantasy Baseball Guide magazine but more up to date, and lacking Strategies of Champions essays... $10 for the Rotoman Special The other is the Patton $ Online package, which fantasy players have been subscribing to for more than 21 years, which also includes Rotoman's Fantasy Baseball Guide and costs $36. A better deal but more money. You get to decide. $36 for the Rotoman/Patton Special