what formula are you using, if any?
well... first off the formulas that I use do not lend themselves wel to setting in plain text, secondly, a lot of the adjustments are more gut than anything.
as an example, though, I sometimes do a player ranking where I take last year's stats, sometimes also the year before...
1) divide any relevant cumulative stat (R,RBI, HR, SB etc.) by the number of plate appearances.
2) calculate how many standard deviations over/under the mean for the top (number of managers*number of hitters per roster) players in each category the player is.
3) adjust individually as to how I think players will change... say arod is +2sigma in HR over the field... I'd probably knock that down to +1.8 or so because of yankee stadium...
3) sum these values for all the relevant categories to get an "index value" for the players... get rankings from that.
it's a lot of work... but if you just use formulas, instead of doing things by feel it becomes totally mechanical.
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