BABS GAME PLAN 2020 – PREVIEW
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It’s a new fantasy baseball season! Welcome to BABS 2020 and the BABS Game Plan series. This is the Preview Installment to help you get a head start on the mega-content that begins February 5 and extends over the two-month draft season.
The 4-part publication schedule provides you with intensive, comprehensive content so you can make the best use of the BABS system. We’ve been likening it to moving from network TV (where you have to wait for content according to their schedule) to a Netflix model (where we publish it all at once and you can binge-read). Four times — February 5 and 19; March 4 and 18.
It all starts here, with The BABS Project 3.0. It’s your FREE reference tool. (All are PDF files.)
Book 1 – Why we need a new system
Book 2 – The Broad Assessment Balance Sheet
Book 3 – BABS in practice
BABS 2020: What’s New?
For all our BABS veterans, here is a summary of what’s changed since last year.
How to use the Database and Spreadsheet Reports. Bookmark this page; you’ll come back to it often.
BABS Database Preview
We’re still putting the finishing touches on the first publication of the database, but here is a sneak peak. For BABS veterans, you should know your way around. For newbies, here is the Report Key and a blank roster grid, but the heavy duty analysis to help you navigate better will begin on February 5.
BABS Master Spreadsheet Preview
We’re still fine-tuning the ratings and rankings here as well, but here is a sneak peak. The links above for the Report Key and roster grid apply here as well.
BABS in RotoLab
The industry’s best draft management software has a module just for BABS. The software is sold separately but the BABS unlock key is here,
Do you have a question that would be best answered by one of our experts and benefit everyone? Submit it on our Contact Page and put MAILBAG in the Subject Line. We’ll select the best ones to respond to in each of the four Game Plan installments.
It’s your community of really smart BABSians. Ask questions, offer insights, vent – it’s your neighborhood. Quiet since last summer, let’s reopen the doors now!