I'm having a problem with the speed-only guys mucking up my per-unit auction values. There's an old thread I always go back to that Elijah, LBJackal, Bloody Nips, myself, and other posted in, but it does not offer a good way to account for this problem.
Whenever a Figgins/Pierre/Bourn/whoever slips into the "replacement player" range, their SB stat wildly skews the avg replacement player's SB number up, causing starters' values to get whacked b/c they are viewed as having garbage SB contributions relative to the skewed replacement. If I try to finesse the range of players used to calculate the replacement, I have to re-sort and often the SB player will fall back into the replacement range. I've considered dropping these types of players from my draft universe entirely since I typically don't draft them anyways (6x6 w/OPS), but I'm afraid that will cause someone like Crawford to be way overvalued and 30-SB guys to be moderately overvalued. Maybe this is a good thing since I'm totally knocking the SB-only guys out of consideration, but then power players would be relatively undervalued and I won't bid them up enough.