I encourage you to read the entire article, but I’ll excerpt my favorite part:
One feature I particularly liked was the analysis of closers. The draft guide also contained an informative depth chart of each team’s bullpen so you can clearly see who the set-up men are and who logically would get the chance to close games if the incumbent was injured or replaced.
Of course, I was proud to write that section for the Fantasy Fix. You can purchase the guide at http://www.thefantasyfix.com/2012-baseball-draft-guide.html.
One more bit from the piece:
The price can’t be beat either. At only $4.99 with an early bird special, this 37-page guide is cheaper than practically all fantasy baseball magazines and has more information than you could ever glean from a published magazine.