Saturday, March 22, 2008

Let the Beatings Begin!

I could mean many different things with that headline...could it be a veiled reference to my current BlogExplosion Battle of the Blogs record of 3 wins and 10 losses? Does it have something to do with the fact that not one of my 22 March Madness brackets was perfect?

Well, maybe its just that I've chosen the wrong sport. While I love that March Madness time of year and look forward to spending the whole month drinking beer while glued to my large-screen TV, I'm just not very good at predicting the winners and losers to score a perfect bracket. Now that Spring is here, I'm thinking about trying my hand at fantasy baseball. Of course, most of my loyal Roxiticus Desperate Housewives readers understand that my idea of fantasy baseball is the 1978 New York Yankees under Billy Martin: Mickey Rivers, Thurman Munson, Chris Chambliss, Willie Randolph, Graig Nettles, Lou Piniella, and yes, oh yes, Bucky Dent. Now that's what I call fantasy baseball!

Given my limited success with March Madness, I don't think an amateur baseball fantasizer like me could go into the season hoping to dominate a fantasy baseball league without a little (well, a lot of) help. Luckily, Fantasy Sports Prophet is available to help, with Web-based fantasy baseball software you can access from anywhere. Its player rankings are based on predictive modeling by PhD scientists. It has an advanced draft assistance tool with all the data needed to make the right decision about any player (I was sooo right about you, Bucky!). Full season roster management includes updated mid-season projections via artificial intelligence, and all the stats, injury reports and major updates a baseball fantasizer needs to win the league.

With a whole new sports season stretching out in front of us with big winnings to be had by dominating the fantasy baseball league, now is the time to get started. Roxiticus Desperate Housewives readers can use promo code BMC200 to get $10 off. Ladies, the guys will never know what hit them....


--josh-- said...

My idea of fantasy baseball is me in a hot tub with hot 24-year-old redheaded twins.

But with baseball.