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Postby bsblallstr » Tue Feb 10, 2004 5:25 pm

Who would be your top 10 in a hth points based keeper league

walk=1,1B=1,2B=2,3B=3,HR=4,RBI=1,Run=1,SB=2

Win=10,Save=10,ER=-1,walk=-.5,hit=-.5,inning=2,CG=5,K=1

especially want to know where you would put prior, guerrero, helton, and soriano
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Postby kentx12 » Tue Feb 10, 2004 5:27 pm

It looks like with a save being 10 points Gagne would have to be the 1st pick.
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Postby Cornbread Maxwell » Tue Feb 10, 2004 5:28 pm

put your league scoring system into a rating simulator. My guess is Gagne finished 1st overall. As a matter of fact, Im willing to say there are more pitchers in your top 10 then hitters. Am I right?
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Postby Andy1234 » Tue Feb 10, 2004 5:41 pm

50 saves is worth as much as (20 wins + 300 K's)

In that points system which would have me think that Gagne definatly cracks the top 10. I think more Pitchers would be in your top 10 with that scoring.
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Postby bsblallstr » Tue Feb 10, 2004 5:43 pm

gagne was the best last year, but he wont repeat those numbers, gagne is more in the 8 spot as far as our league goes, closers really dont get that much more value because the save being 10 points is offset by an inning pitched being 2 points, A Rod is #1 and Prior is the #1 pitcher on our league projections
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Postby LBJackal » Tue Feb 10, 2004 5:45 pm

Gagne would probably be the #1 pick. All those saves, and hardly any earned runs, with respectable K's (Best K/9 in history). He loses out by not getting a lot fo IP, but I still think he'd be the best. But as was already suggested, if this were run through a simulator, it'd be easy to tell who the top players were.
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Postby Captain Jack Sparrow » Tue Feb 10, 2004 5:53 pm

Cornbread Maxwell wrote:put your league scoring system into a rating simulator. My guess is Gagne finished 1st overall. As a matter of fact, Im willing to say there are more pitchers in your top 10 then hitters. Am I right?


i put my points league scoring (similar to these) into the simulator at rototimes and came up with

gagne
schilling
prior
pujols
wood
bonds
pedro
helton
r. johnson
b. wagner
a-rod (falls to the 11 spot in total points)

That's a score simulator, not a rating simulator
so...6 of the top ten scorers were pitchers, but that's not how i'd draft them.

If gagne, prior, or pedro falls to me late in round one, i'll take them. otherwise i'm still filling my infield first 'cause the pitcher position is deep
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Postby Fumbler » Tue Feb 10, 2004 9:56 pm

put your league scoring system into a rating simulator. My guess is Gagne finished 1st overall. As a matter of fact, Im willing to say there are more pitchers in your top 10 then hitters. Am I right?


We used the same exact scoring system last year. This is the way the top-point scorers finished:

1. Gagne 829
2. Pujols 754
3. Halladay 743
4. A-Rod 742
5. Sheffield 736
6. Helton 732
7. Delgado 728
8. Foulke 718
9. Thome 688
10. Soriano 683

7 of the 10 were hitters.

I was actually thinking of raising our Innings Pitched to 2.3 or 2.4 points just to get the pitchers more on par with the hitters. Plus this would make starters a little more valuable than relievers. ;-D
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Postby kentx12 » Tue Feb 10, 2004 9:58 pm

Captain Jack Sparrow wrote:
Cornbread Maxwell wrote:put your league scoring system into a rating simulator. My guess is Gagne finished 1st overall. As a matter of fact, Im willing to say there are more pitchers in your top 10 then hitters. Am I right?


i put my points league scoring (similar to these) into the simulator at rototimes and came up with

gagne
schilling
prior
pujols
wood
bonds
pedro
helton
r. johnson
b. wagner
a-rod (falls to the 11 spot in total points)

That's a score simulator, not a rating simulator
so...6 of the top ten scorers were pitchers, but that's not how i'd draft them.

If gagne, prior, or pedro falls to me late in round one, i'll take them. otherwise i'm still filling my infield first 'cause the pitcher position is deep



That is odd. I figured there would be more closers in the top 10.
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Postby Sox FANatic001 » Tue Feb 10, 2004 10:28 pm

just cuz i'm real nice,i put those into the roto times projectior for you :-)

wasnt a spot for CG though

heres what i got
hitters
arod 748
pjols 722
helton 714
bonds 713
vladdy 699
beltran 696
delgado 671
thome 670
sheff 666
giambi 657
sexon 657

pitcher
gagne 752
schilling 706
prior 694
wagner 628
perdo 625
wood -625
hallady 623
vazquez 615
dotel 607
moose 607

theres top 10 of each

wel , top 11 batters cuz thereas a tie at 10
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