The 2012 Starting Pitcher Guide

It’s finally here!

-400 Pitchers

-76,300 Words

-190 Words Per Pitcher (on average)

-151 Pages

Please enjoy the 2012 Guide and feel free to direct any questions and comments either here in the comments section, on Twitter @sporer or via email through sporer at g mail.  As was the case last year, you can donate to show your appreciation in the upper right corner of this page.  I sincerely appreciate any and all donations and I’m beyond flattered at the fact that I’ve already received a handful of donations AHEAD of the release.

2012 SP Guide with 400 Player Capsules

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9 Responses to “The 2012 Starting Pitcher Guide”

  1. When Todd Zola refers to your work as one of the standards (he did), you have a reputation among the best. This will not harm it a bit.

    onejayhawk

  2. Fantastic as always. Also, is there an overall tiering in excel like last year? Thanks.

  3. Sorry – Just finally got around to reading the intro…I was so excited to read the guide I skipped the part about stats coming later in the supplement.

  4. It’s here!! Just in time too, I was starting to get a little worried, lol. Looks amazing of course, can’t wait to sink my teeth into it!

  5. terrific job Paul!

  6. Thanks Paul – as with last years edition, great resource. Looking forward to the Tiered Rankings Supplement. Your hard work is very much appreciated.

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