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Where is that custom scoring projector?

Postby FBIGUY » Thu Mar 02, 2006 11:05 am

Hey guys, I am looking for that system where I can put in my scoring, and it will project overall player value for me. We are in a head to head league and we are changing to a more 1pt 2pt 3 pt kind of thing.

Can someone give me a link for that?

Help me out guys. Thanks
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Postby garf112 » Thu Mar 02, 2006 11:32 am

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GREAT

Postby FBIGUY » Thu Mar 02, 2006 12:58 pm

I think that may be the best drafting tool a rookie like me ever could have found!

Is it going to stay free all the way to start of the year, and does it project stats pretty good?

It sure looked awsome from my ROOKIE eyes.

What a great tool to have on my side as I try to evaluate who to take and when! It sure showed me that Santana may be worth grabbing at the #7 spot.

His point seperation is pretty large! What do you think of that?
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Postby The Loveable Losers » Thu Mar 02, 2006 4:29 pm

Santana is at least a #7 under almost every point/category system as long as pitching is fairly even with hitting.

One of the draft systems I used (Xei's mock draft software with Zips projections) had him at #3.
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Re: GREAT

Postby thinkspin » Thu Mar 02, 2006 7:10 pm

FBIGUY wrote:I think that may be the best drafting tool a rookie like me ever could have found!


They inspired me to create my own where you can customize the projections as well as the cats...RotoSpin Point Calculator
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Postby gforce1124 » Fri Mar 03, 2006 2:34 am

you created your own, huh? very impressive. what about adding a "strike out" category for hitters? my league is 7x6 (normal 5x5 plus bb & k and loses). i've never seen another league using k's the way we do, but i like it....the downside is that most online rankings and projections are useless because i have to project bb & k's on my own. little help mr rotospin?
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Postby thinkspin » Fri Mar 03, 2006 10:08 am

gforce1124 wrote:you created your own, huh? very impressive. what about adding a "strike out" category for hitters? my league is 7x6 (normal 5x5 plus bb & k and loses). i've never seen another league using k's the way we do, but i like it....the downside is that most online rankings and projections are useless because i have to project bb & k's on my own. little help mr rotospin?


I made that change, along with QS, a few weeks back when someone else here at the cafe asked for it. You are probably looking for Ks but I use SOs for Strike Outs...

We have the BBs for hitters and Ls for pitchers too...
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Postby RedBaron » Fri Mar 03, 2006 2:43 pm

I like this tool very helpful.

One suggestion on the Pitcher's Hits Allowed and Base on Balls allow to have zero and integer amounts, our league doesn't do anything for hits and uses -1 for base on balls.

VERY impressed with this tool.
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Postby thinkspin » Sat Mar 04, 2006 1:12 am

RedBaron wrote:I like this tool very helpful.

One suggestion on the Pitcher's Hits Allowed and Base on Balls allow to have zero and integer amounts, our league doesn't do anything for hits and uses -1 for base on balls.

VERY impressed with this tool.


If this post is about rotospin, then thanks.

I assume it is rotospin because we default those 2 cats to 0.5 and -0.5. If you use the scroll bars, the increment is +1 and -1 for up and down. For 0 or other other whole numbers, you can just type a zero in the field and it will work. I could have changed the increment on the scroll buttons to 0.5 up and down, but I left it as 1 to be more consistant with the other categories.

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HELP ME!

Postby FBIGUY » Wed Mar 08, 2006 4:00 pm

HELP HELP HELP

Did this thing that I used for custom scoring in my head to head league just go pay???

I need a FREE custom points projector!

Anybody got one that is not going PAY!

I knew I should have copied that the first time I put it in.

Thanks for any help you may have............. :~(
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