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2010 Fantasy Baseball Cheat Sheets

Updated: March 31, 2010, 10:54 AM ET
By Fantasy Staff | ESPN.com

No time to study?

Fantasy Baseball Draft  Kit

No worries, we have you covered with five different cheat sheets. Each one includes loads of information, including multiple position eligibility listings, position and overall rank and 10-team auction values. Just click the one you need and off you go. Just remember, these sheets are a guide, a starting point to get you where you want to go: Victory Land. Use them to inform your decisions, to guess what others might do and to keep track of all the names in play. The picks you make, though, are entirely up to you.

Deep Mixed Cheat Sheet

This cheat sheet has enough players listed at every position to easily get you through a 16-team mixed-league draft, organized by position. Careful, we packed in so much info, the type is quite small and you'll need a fine-point pen to check players off.
Deep Mixed Cheat Sheet

Shallow Mixed Cheat Sheet

For those in 10-team leagues who don't want to risk sacrificing their eyesight for a list of outfielders that they'd never consider drafting. Same amount of info per player, but fewer by position and larger type.
Shallow Mixed Cheat Sheet

Top 300 Cheat Sheet

Don't care to hunt for players in multiple positions? Planning on just taking the best player each time, or just need a checklist? This sheet's for you. 300 players listed by overall rank. Still includes position eligibility and dollar value, but in our easiest-to-read form.
Top 300 Cheat Sheet

AL-Only Cheat Sheet

For the hard-core AL-only players. Everything our Deep Mixed Sheet features, but with all the NL players weeded out. Includes AL-only dollar values and overall ranking in the AL universe only.
AL-Only Cheat Sheet

NL-Only Cheat Sheet

Everything we feature in the AL sheet, but for the Senior Circuit. And no designated hitters to clog up your Utility spot, either! Includes NL-only dollar values and overall rankings in the NL universe only.
NL-Only Cheat Sheet

Other Resources

2009 Average Standard League Points

How many home runs, wins and steals do you need to win each category? See the 2009 ESPN standard league averages per roto category points to help you determine the answer. You never want to come up short ... or end up with way too many. ESPN standard leagues consist of 10 teams with 22-man starting rosters and three bench slots. Starters include one player each at catcher, first base, second base, third base, shortstop, middle infield and corner infield, a utility player, five outfielders and nine pitchers. A 200 games-started limit applies for pitchers.
2009 ESPN Standard League Averages

AVG, ERA and WHIP Impact Calculators

Need a quick way to figure out what a pitcher's ERA or WHIP could do to your team? Wondering how much Joe Mauer can budge your team's average? Use these grids to determine what a player's anticipated numbers would mean to a league-average.
ERA Calculator | WHIP Calculator | Batting Average Calculator