VORP is a flawed concept for fantasy baseball. Think of it this way, if you are in a 12 team league and there are 11 really good 3B and a huge drop off, are those 11 good 3B really worth a ton more just because the 12th-14th 3B are so bad?
What you want to look at is the standard deviation of the 3B who will be drafted, that should define how much extra you bid for a player based on position, not comparing them to hard to predict players who wont' even make teams.
Also as I already pointed out in that linked thread using positional scarcity by individual stat is just terrible. A SB by a C isn't somehow magically more valuable than a SB by a SS... it simply is not. What you want to do is come up with a point valuation system and use the overall point totals to come up with your positional scarcity offset, not an individual stat.
Last edited by Ender on Tue Feb 13, 2007 12:38 am, edited 1 time in total.