Scoresheet Fantasy Baseball Set For Another Exciting Season In 2012

Scoresheet Fantasy Baseball is a perennial favorite among baseball fans and industry experts. If you want a challenging and realistic fantasy baseball game, play Scoresheet in 2012.

Scoresheet Baseball, a favorite with fantasy baseball experts and fans alike, is back for another exciting season in 2012. Scoresheet offers fantasy baseball leagues that use current weekly major league stats to play a complete 162-game season, at-bat by at-bat, using a simulation engine that has been fine tuned over the last 25 years.

Scoresheet utilizes a fantasy baseball simulation where lineups are set before the week's games begin in the major leagues, and then the games are played at the end of the week using those current week's stats. The result is a fantasy baseball game that has been hailed by industry experts for its realism. "Scoresheet is the only game I play and the only game I've played over the last six years," said founder and president Sean Forman. Ron Shandler, author of "Baseball Forecaster" and publisher of adds: "Scoresheet Baseball is a great game. It allows you to be both general manager and field manager and you really can't get that anywhere else."

Scoresheet Fantasy Baseball not only offers unparalleled realism but also provides:
- a complete 'scoresheet' of each game, with much more detail than a typical box score.
- a unique web-based 'Score-it' feature that allows team owners to play out entire games, one at-bat at a time, in a unique graphical display.
- enhanced lineup capabilities that allow team owners to set strategies such as when to bunt, who to platoon, and who to bring in from the bullpen and when.

"We have always welcomed feedback from our customers to help us make the best fantasy baseball game possible," said Scoresheet Sports co-owner Jeff Barton. "The end result is a finely tuned game that offers the kind of realistic play true sports fans love. And it takes no more time to play Scoresheet Fantasy Baseball than it does to play a point-adding rotisserie game."

For the 2012 season, the esteemed Baseball Prospectus website has added a unique Scoresheet Draft Aid to help with your draft and a Team Tracker tool to help you follow your team all season long. Both of these valuable tools, and the informative articles from the respected crew of Baseball Prospectus writers, are available for anyone purchasing a subscription to one of their fantasy baseball packages.

New Scoresheet Baseball players can join a league for just $29 for 2012. Join the fun today and take your managerial skills to a whole new level!

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