In your more traditional fantasy baseball magazines, you get a section that offers player capsules on anywhere from 500 to 1,500 major league ballplayers. Each capsule offers a short write-up of what the player did last season, something about his skill-set, potential role with the team and maybe even some projections for the upcoming season. Sounds great, right? Sort of.

We’ve already established that this is not your traditional fantasy baseball guide. It’s better and our profiles are one of the main reasons. Why? For the simple fact that we just spent the last two seasons scratching our heads wondering where some of the marquee free agents would sign. While printed magazines listed them as free agents with an opinion on their skill-sets, there was no way to discuss potential production for the upcoming season, simply because they had no clue where a player would land. If we are going to speculate on a player’s production for the upcoming season, we wait until that player...