TechNewsDaily Features Front Office 2011, Designed and Developed by Roundarch

MLB Advanced Media and Bloomberg Sports recently released a fan application called Front Office 2011 for fantasy baseball league players that utilizes much of the same information as the professional software. The tool, to be used in conjunction with existing fantasy leagues, directly syncs up with the major fantasy providers, including ESPN, CBS and Sports. It provides fantasy team owners with recommendations for trades and free agent pickups, which players to put in the lineup each day, and other tips based on league stats.

“When fantasy players look at sites for draft or research suggestions, everything is canned,” said Rob Bischoff, engagement director at Roundarch, which designed the Web and mobile application for Front Office 2011. “This tool instead specifically caters to what your team needs and gives deep insight and analysis.”

In addition, it provides real-time stats, local market news, and player analysis and comparisons from around the major leagues.

Squadron said Front Office 2011 is available for download at BloombergSports.com for $19.95 for the season and will be accessible via the Apple App Store for the iPhone ($1.99) and iPad ($4.99) starting in the next few days.

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