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The Destroyer wrote:Well an example i find is Pujols vs Alex Rodriguez, its pretty much 50/50 in terms of who the population picks at #1. But Pujols last year in month by month was more consistantly hitting the line compare to A-Rod that for example flucuated from 3 HR in one month to 12 in another. Pujols was between 5 and 8. So if my hypothesis was true, Pujols may be the better H2H player.
This is mainly for your top tier players, do you really want to rely on a guy like Hafner who flucuated from 1 HR to 11 HR monthly? I'm sure that 11 HR month is greatly appreciated but do you really want one of your top 3 round picks to be that streaky?
4Pack wrote:Inconsistency from players in H2H leagues will drive a manager nuts. Trust me...I go through it every season. I have vowed to never again draft quite a few players for that very reason (and I have a couple "stud" players on my banned list).
While the year end numbers of some of these players make fantasy managers drool...as was stated...year end numbers matter more in roto than H2H. I would take a 25 HR 90 RBI guy who is failry consistent over a 35 HR 110 RBI guy who does squat 3 out of 4 weeks.
Problem with all this...it is hard to identify these players without alot of research.
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