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OPS as a cat in 6 x 6 roto league?

Postby dakotablake » Fri Mar 13, 2009 8:15 pm

Should I include OPS in a 6x6 roto league? I want to reward players who get on base along w/ those that hit doubles, and triples. I figure OPS is the best stat to use because it factors in walks and hits (OBP) and total bases (SLUG). However I'm concerned that OPS gives to much value to HR hitters. Any comments or suggestions?

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Re: OPS as a cat in 6 x 6 roto league?

Postby Matthias » Fri Mar 13, 2009 9:35 pm

Yah; use OBP instead of OPS.
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Re: OPS as a cat in 6 x 6 roto league?

Postby walkoffblast » Sun Mar 15, 2009 1:09 am

Not a fan of ops but many use it as the 6th category. If it was me I would stop clinging to avg and count obp and slg. That is still too crazy for most unfortunately though. Why I dislike adding ops is that it makes avg worth the most by a lot while slg is second and obp a close third which is the inverse of reality.
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