By KFFL Staff on March 15, 2011
Fantasy baseball aficionados typically run multiple leagues using different sites and software, which can often make it a hassle to manage all of your squads. Want an easier and more efficient way to do this? If you are searching for the next easy-to-use online application, look no further than Bloomberg Sports Front Office 2011.
Bloomberg Sports will make playing in and running all of your fantasy baseball leagues this year much more rewarding and simple. The Front Office application allows you to sync all of your fantasy leagues from CBSSports, ESPN and Yahoo! The league dashboard will show all of the leagues that you have decided to manage using Front Office.
An extensive draft kit will ensure that you have the latest player rankings. The rankings can also be customized to include those sorted by position, hitters, pitchers, league, sleepers, busts, prospects and injured players. And in case you don't feel comfortable using Bloomberg's rankings, you can customize your own rankings.
The free-agent finder tool will give you the advantage that you are looking for in your leagues when attempting to snatch up available players on the waiver wire. Using specific search tools, you can target and acquire the top free agents in your league. Also, based on your team weaknesses, zone in on the specific players that will address your needs.
Were you on the wrong end of a lopsided trade last season? If so, you won't likely make similar mistakes again when negotiating with your fellow league mates. Bloomberg Sports Front Office 2011 offers an intuitive trade analyzer that can vastly improve your team during the season. The analyzer will give you detailed analysis on the players involved in any trade offer, including the potential impact on your team's scoring categories. Not sure how to put a trade together? Don't worry, the analyzer also has the ability to suggest trades that can improve your club. It's like having your own personal adviser as the GM of your team!
The lineup manager simplifies the tough weekly and daily lineup decisions that you would normally have to make. If you are struggling to decide which player to start over the other, the manager will recommend sit-or-start options that make your life easier. Weekly roster advice will be helpful in maximizing all of your lineup options. You can also continuously compare your lineup to the other teams in your league based on scoring categories.
Managing your fantasy leagues this year with Bloomberg Sports Front Office 2011 will give you the advantage that may just put you in the lead to stay. Not only does this tool make it exponentially easier to manage all of your teams at once, but it will make you a more efficient and insightful (as much as I would like to donâ€™t think we can guarantee success) fantasy baseball guru.