Where else can I find Ron?

Aside from this website, Ron’s work and influence can be found in several other places:

bf18_120wRon’s name can be found every December on the cover of the Baseball Forecaster. He writes the introductory essay each year and has final edit authority over all the player commentaries and projections. He is signed on to continue in this role through 2022. (Every book)

Ron posts to this Facebook page every week during the season, and periodically otherwise. There you’ll find teasers, contests and links to articles he thinks are important. These posts tend to be more opinionated, on hot-button topics like the state of the fantasy sports industry and where to find the best ballpark food. If you “LIKE” this page, his posts will pop up on your wall.

More than 10,000 followers keep up with Ron’s whereabouts on Twitter. He’s been tweeting every so often and likes to poke the tiger, even when he’s not in Detroit. In 2017, he answered 96.7% of all follower questions.

Ron is the lead speaker for the First Pitch Forums conference series, in Arizona each fall and in St. Louis, Chicago, Maryland/DC, NY/NJ and Boston this spring. He does periodic interviews on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio, various podcasts and other venues.

Ron is a regular participant in several of the national experts leagues. His 2018 invites thus far are to the XFLTout Wars and a new industry competition run through the NFBC.

5 thoughts on “Where else can I find Ron?

  1. Steve Levin

    Hi, Ron,
    I’m in a nine-team, 25-player, $280 salary, NL-only, auction/keeper 5×5 Roto league. My goal is to build a long-term team stockpiled with young, inexpensive players (I’ve rostered V. Robles, Brinson, Meadows, Keller, Winker, B. Rodgers, McMahon [total combined salaries $18]) to build around for the long-term. The problem: Most will not contribute until 2019. To keep them this season means reserving them after the auction and replacing from the free agent pool, which almost guarantees a bottom-dwelling season. Plus, it flies in the face of BABS. My question: Is it possible for my stated goal and BABS to coexist?

    1. shandler Post author

      You are in a rebuilding year, so I suspect you don’t exactly have high expectations for 2018. The bottom of the talent pool will be more challenging to draft from, but BABS will still provide some insight. Grab whatever skills are left, avoid players with liabilities. A Mid-Timer with no Assets will have value to you as he will always contribute counting stats (runs, RBI). It will be more of a skills/risk prospecting expedition, but you only need to uncover a few key pieces to support the terrific 2019 core you already own.

  2. Stephen Picciocca


    1. shandler Post author

      BABS says……. Arenado.

  3. Stephen Picciocca

    if both are available, who should i pick?


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