Cooner wrote:thehat wrote:If Dunn hits .280 with 40 HR and Burnitz hits .250 with 30 HR, which player has the most value. Obviously, it would be Dunn if draft positioning is left out of the equation. But if they record those numbers and Dunn was a 4th rounder while Burnitz was an 18th, then Burnitz would be the superior value.
Frankly, like mentioned above, i think Burnitz's average has him sleeping in the Replacement Player Pool with negative value for a 5x5 roto. Negative value guys have NO value, independent of when you draft them- whenever you take them, they're still hurting your team. So I'd rather have Dunn in the 4th than Burnitz, ever.
Agreed, well said.