A reminder that the Week 1 roster deadline is Sunday, April 1, 8:05 PM ET, so head to Clubhouse> Lineup and Strategy and get your team set for Opening Day 2007!
Saturday, March 31, 2007
Monday, March 26, 2007
Friday, March 23, 2007
To activate this option, head to your GM Card, share the information in your 'Contact' section (new) and setup your Skype preferences. Here are the meanings of each of the new settings:
You'll notice that in the Trade Block areas of the site you'll find links to your GM Card and to Skype download that you can use to get wheeling and dealing with live chats.
Tuesday, March 20, 2007
In this piece we take a look at relief pitching - the best of '06, and what to look for in a good fantasy reliever in '07.
MLB.com gamedayritual is pleased to announce that we have deployed a new version of our Front Page. We have included blog syndication in the Front Page and made some minor refreshments to the overall look. No changes to functionality, but hopefully this will provide people with an improved experience.
Friday, March 16, 2007
Upgrades from a New User Lite to a Standard Team with all the bells and whistles will be available for $24.95 USD. Or, feel free to play for free for 2007! Click here to create a new account and get going today:
* New User Lite teams are not eligible to claim Orphan teams.
Build Your Ballpark: A hitter's haven, or a pitcher's delight?
Monday, March 12, 2007
In this piece we take a look at the value of Lefties and Righties on both the pitching and hitting sides of the coin.
Sinister looking bubbles on a graph...
Saturday, March 10, 2007
We're pleased to announce that we've taken the first tentative step, and established a MySpace for gamedayritual. (Oh, how Web 2.0 of us... first a blog, and now this... next thing you know we'll be using Picasa to put pictures into our blog...) We don't have any grand designs at this point for what this may hold, but we are treating this more as an experimental play to see what MySpace could do for us.
If you have a MySpace, please feel free to friend the gamedayritual MySpace and we'll see where this ends up!
Friday, March 09, 2007
Around this time of year, the question of scheduling FABs comes up frequently and often. I've got a couple of (fully free, no account) tools that I use on the web for scheduling meetings and other events that you might find handy.
These two sites basically perform the same function - they allow someone to define a new event (FAB say) and then send a link around to a group of people who all register their availability. This would be handy for finding a window during which all members of your league are available. Someday perhaps we'll be able to add this kind of 'league polling' functionality to our site, but in the interim these free tools may help you out.
I must say that we have absolutely no affiliation with these two sites, offer no warranty or guarantee on their services and can't support you if you encounter troubles using them. But I have used both of them successfully over the past year or so to great effect.
Tuesday, March 06, 2007
In this piece - Money matters: Who's worth every penny? - we look at the performance-to-cost ratio and how to spot values on the Blue Chip and Bargain Basement ends of the spectrum, and everywhere in between.