With the ever increasing popularity of daily fantasy baseball contests and baseball betting, full season statistical projections and weekly schedule analysis are no longer enough. Players need tools to help evaluate and forecast what will happen in today's games. How will performance be affected by factors such as the weather, the opposing starting pitcher, and team lineups? Daily Baseball Data was created to help players analyze and answer these questions.
Much of the information found on in this site is already publicly available. But it's often not packaged in a manner that's convenient to use and analyze, requiring multiple, repetitive link clicks to access the information that's most useful. As is also often the case with the affiliated site RotoGuru.net, DailyBaseballData.com attempts to organize and package data in a way that enhances the information content and facilitates accessibility with a minimum of clicks. This site was founded by fantasy player who first sought to build tools that were most useful to themselves as fantasy managers. And if these tools are useful for their personal daily team management decisions, others should find them beneficial as well.
Who produces this site?
Dave Hall has independently and continuously produced the RotoGuru network of sites since late 1997, starting the venture shortly after he retired from a 21+ year career as a life actuary and investment portfolio manager. His most notable fantasy sports successes have come in salary cap games, including first place finishes in games sponsored by The Sporting News (and their predecessor, Small World Sports), Progressive Sports Challenge, Major League Market, and others. He also scored a "Top-10 trifecta" by finishing in the top 10 in the first season (2007-2008) of each of RotoHog's three primary sports: Baseball, Football, and Basketball.
DailyBaseballData.com was originally co-founded by Alex Zelvin, a noted fantasy manager, blogger, and consultant to several daily contest sites. Effective April 25, 2011, Alex accepted a full time position at FanDuel, at which time DailyBaseballData.com has become a wholly owned production of RotoGuru.net.
How do I contact DailyBaseballData.com?
If you have questions, comments, or suggestions, feel free to contact Dave at firstname.lastname@example.org.