First Pitch San Francisco
Get a head start on the 2013 season with a unique opportunity to go one-on-one with some of the top writers and analysts in the fantasy baseball industry. These 3+ hour sessions, in cities across the U.S., combine player analysis with fantasy baseball drafting, interactive activities and fun! You've never experienced anything so informational and entertaining!
Ron Shandler, author of the Baseball Forecaster and publisher of BaseballHQ.com, chairs all the sessions. He is joined by guest experts from some of the leading sports media sources, including ESPN.com, MLB.com, USA Today Sports Weekly, Baseball America, Rotowire,com, Sirius/XM Radio and more! They provide a variety of experiences for attendees, no matter where you live.
This year's program focuses on uncovering the impact players - from sleepers to potential black swans - of the 2013 season. Our speakers will look at playing time opportunities, injury prognoses, bullpen volatility, minor league scouting, statistical analyses, breakout profile modeling, and much more! What you get for your registration...
- - Baseball talk with some of the industry's top analysts
- - The chance to have your questions answered, 1-on-1 with the experts
- - The opportunity to network with fellow fantasy leaguers from your area
- - Freebies and discounts from leading industry vendors
- - and tons more!
Sunday, February 17, 2013
Hilton Doubletree Hotel - San Francisco Airport
835 Airport Blvd., Burlingame, CA
The hotel is located just south of San Francisco International Airport, just off of Highway 101. Contact the hotel for further information at 650-344-5500.
Ron Shandler, Baseball HQ
Ray Flowers, SiriusXM Radio
Lawr Michaels, Mastersball.com
Josh Paley, Baseball HQ
Frank Noto, Baseball HQ
$39 per person in advance, up until Thursday 9 PM prior to the event weekend
$49 per person, after Thursday 9 PM prior to the event weekend, or at the door
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