Guzman24 wrote:A .350OBP as opposed to a .250-.260AVG would equate to a fairly significant jump would it not?
It would. In 2009, MLB average
OBP was .333; league average BA was .262. Fantasy averages are obviously higher (the degree depending on league size) since we don't play with everyone, but these numbers are a good basis point.
Reynolds is average to above-average in terms of OBP and below average in terms of BA. So when you use OBP instead of BA, he'd help you in the category rather than hurt you. Which would push up his value pretty significantly.