FanGraphs+ is Back

FanGraphs+ never went away — we update it throughout the year with content posted on ESPN Insider — but it’s time for the annual. We’ll be publishing the full FG+ arsenal in just over a week.

Once again, we’ll have over 1000 player capsules, sussing the fantasy value of everything from the studdiest stud to the LOOGYiest LOOGY. This year, we’ll add auction values to those capsules, and FG+ subscribers will see those values on the projections leaderboards. And below you’ll see our table of contents — all long, research-driven and analysis-heavy pieces that walk the line between fantasy and real baseball work.

As a special preview, available to current FanGraphs+ subscribers as well as ottoneu players, we’re publishing Chad Young’s piece, Auction Values For All Three ottoneu Formats, today as a free bonus. Hey, it’d be kind of unfair to let some ottoneu users in on the fun while excluding others, wouldn’t it? Deliciously unfair.

The staff has been working hard on this, and we hope you enjoy!

2013 FanGraphs+

Fringe Benefits: Questions and Answers Regarding Potentially Useful, But Also Entirely Marginal, Prospects by Carson Cistulli
The Top 50 Impact Rookies for 2013 Fantasy Baseball (With a List!) by Marc Hulet
Should You Draft a Rookie? by Chris Cwik
Finding The Next Fernando Rodney by Jack Moore
Is There An Adjustment Time for Players Switching Leagues? by Jeff Zimmerman
Snake Draft 401 by Michael Barr
Auction Strategy and Strategies by Eno Sarris
Do Speedy Player Really Put Pressure on a Defense? by Dan Wade
Projecting X: A Primer by Mike Podhorzer
Auction Values For All Three ottoneu Formats by Chad Young

* 1100+ Player Capsules (including over 150 prospects), housed on the player pages
* Auction values for ottoneu, standard, OBP, mixed and AL- and NL-only leagues
* Fantasy-friendly baseball research that won’t be available anywhere else
* Full-year access to FanGraphs pieces special to ESPN Insider
* Only $4.99!




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18 Responses to “FanGraphs+ is Back”

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  1. TehDarkKnight11 says:

    If you click on the link for the auction values page it’s just a teaser saying he does the adjusted values. Where can someone actually find the ottoneu values for players?

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  2. Steve 1 says:

    This is worth it just to give fangraphs revenue to keep the vast majority of the content free.

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    • tylersnotes says:

      hear hear. if this were a ‘pay what you want’ model I would pay the going market rate of a 6-pack of fine west coast craft IPA plus shipping to thank Eno and crew for this service.

      As it stands, I am happy to settle at $5.

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    • tylersnotes says:

      i would pay twice as much for NotGraphs+

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      • Eno Sarris says:

        what would it have? 5,000 word essays on the existential meaning of Chone Figgins, perhaps. A GIF within a GIF within a GIF… within a GIF?

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      • tylersnotes says:

        NotGraphs+ would include in depth player profiles written sestina format for every player on the 2003 tigers and all of the adult conversations that take place after the end of each fangraphs audio.

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  3. Corey says:

    So we need to re-subscribe to get the 2013 Fangraphs+ stuff even if we had 2012, correct.

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  4. Carlester says:

    Will FG+ be coming out with these auction values for AL/NL only leagues?

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  5. The Party Bird says:

    I thought this would be about comparing a player’s park-adjusted fangraphs stats to the league average. Whoops.

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