bflan0524 wrote:i guess the ? was how do you compare say the value of a pitcher getting a win and a batter hitting a HR
Ahh... You can't, but that's okay because you don't need to. Create a system for hitters independent of a system for pitchers. Then compare the two in aggregate and on average. Make tweaks to one or both of the systems to bring the average in line, and you're good to go.
The key to a balanced point system is to have pitchers - in total and on average - equal to hitters. If you do that, teams will not be forced to pursue a victory strategy via one or the other. Of course, that doesn't solve the dilemma of how to value events, but that argument is theoretical and based on personal preference.
Myself, I prefer to model my hitters after Mendoza's
system that uses sabermetric values for hitters. Unfortunately, there's no similar system I've found that values events for pitchers, but having one side of the equation balanced for you makes your job that much easier.