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mkooljr1 wrote:That's great that you established 5x5 yahoo leagues as the standard. However, the number of teams in a league makes a big difference. Also, no one answered how you can create rankings without using a spreadsheet to calculate \$\$ values. That's my biggest problem. If instead someone posted projections without using the player's names, could you rank them yourself? No, you'd just be making guesses but will not be accurate. For example, rank the following projected stat lines (assume the same position):

A: 600 abs, 30 homers, 100 rbis, 90 runs, .300, 0 steals
B: 600 abs, 12 homers, 60 rbis, 100 runs, .305, 15 steals
C: 600 abs, 35 homers, 110 rbis, 85 runs, .280, 3 steals
D: 600 abs, 18 homers, 85 rbis, 75 runs, .320, 10 steals
E: 600 abs, 24 homers, 95 rbis, 85 runs, .290, 7 steals
F: 600 abs, 5 homers, 55 rbis, 110 runs, .285, 50 steals

I certainly couldn't do that accurately. And this can't be ranked accurately without creating a spreadsheet for an entire league and calculating \$\$ values.

hmm ..I thought we did the step by step for dollars values last season .. did you check the FAQ?
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hmm ..I thought we did the step by step for dollars values last season .. did you check the FAQ?

I know how to do my own dollar values, but judging by the rankings people post and their comments, it seems pretty obvious no one calculates dollar values to come up with their rankings. Ok, so maybe not no one, but most don't.
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mkooljr1 wrote:That's great that you established 5x5 yahoo leagues as the standard. However, the number of teams in a league makes a big difference. Also, no one answered how you can create rankings without using a spreadsheet to calculate \$\$ values. That's my biggest problem. If instead someone posted projections without using the player's names, could you rank them yourself? No, you'd just be making guesses but will not be accurate. For example, rank the following projected stat lines (assume the same position):

A: 600 abs, 30 homers, 100 rbis, 90 runs, .300, 0 steals
B: 600 abs, 12 homers, 60 rbis, 100 runs, .305, 15 steals
C: 600 abs, 35 homers, 110 rbis, 85 runs, .280, 3 steals
D: 600 abs, 18 homers, 85 rbis, 75 runs, .320, 10 steals
E: 600 abs, 24 homers, 95 rbis, 85 runs, .290, 7 steals
F: 600 abs, 5 homers, 55 rbis, 110 runs, .285, 50 steals

I certainly couldn't do that accurately. And this can't be ranked accurately without creating a spreadsheet for an entire league and calculating \$\$ values.

If I ran those numbers through my calculations it came out this way...
C
F
A
E
D
B

Though after my calculations rank them I will then go back and tweak where necessary, when doing my actual rankings!

Jason
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Hey guys, looks like I have 9 lists. If I can get a couple more real quick I can have the results out by noon, then we can move on to the next position!

Thanks
Jason
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Cool!
Thanks Franchise for the sig!

The http://www.fantasybaseballcafe.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=2014799#2014799 - CTU Agents of the Aces High Cafe Challenge League.
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