well then, in that case pedro's sub 1.00 whip year was out of hand. Didn't he have 300ks?
BTW, I have read the information with steals being more valuable than hr's, and I think there is a lot of merit to it.
Although, the simple fact remains that a guy who contributes to three categories is be definition more important than a guy who is hollow and only contributes one. Although, depending on steal totals, obvisouly an overwhelming amount of one category can net more points than good production in three.
Point being, I don't think you can summarily say one way or the other, since it depends on a specific player. But all else being equal, I am going to try and have 3/5 of my score be good, rather than 1 or 2 at the most like the sb guy gets.
Obviously if you put Johnson's season or the above-mentioned Radbourn's season in a modern one, you kick butt...but it isn't very realistic considering a modern pitcher doesn't go more then 240-260 IP per season. Maybe my 250IP was a bit low, but 346 and 678.7.....hardly fair to compare their numbers to the great Randy, Pedro, and Maddux seasons that were mentioned.
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