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ChipperJonesFanatic wrote:The point of this is to show position scarcity.
If there is a 12 next to first base, it means that there are 12 first baseman in the top 100 players.
Thanks for the help in editing Tavish. I guess I should have checked my counts.Tavish wrote:Strange, I get 107 players for the MLB, 102 for MDC, 99 for Funston and FBC 1, and 98 for ESPN. Anyways its pretty interesting, I wouldn't have expected there to be between 7 and 9 2Bs selected in the Top 100 in so many of the other drafts. Looks like the Cafers got that right.
It's just to be used as a draft helper. It helps me know which positions that I want to get in the first 8 rounds (12 Team) . I use this along with my position sheets. I know which positions I can wait until after the 8th round. It helps me avoid getting stuck with a dud at a position.MashinSpuds wrote:Thanks Dan and Tavish. Interesting info, I suppose. The number of each position ranked in each source's Top 100 could show some scarcity issues if you want a top ranked kind of player. For instance, catcher and 2nd base. Perhaps it'd be more informative to split up the results even further into 'Top 25', 'Top 50', 'Top 100' categories, but whatever, looks good.
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