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Postby bandrus1 » Sun Mar 11, 2007 10:18 am

could somebody list me ot give me a link to OF rankings by possition


CF RF LF

iv never drafted by possition like this before so...



thanks a ton
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Postby bandrus1 » Sun Mar 11, 2007 10:40 am

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Postby chadlincoln » Sun Mar 11, 2007 12:17 pm

Everybody here is still at church. Give them some time to get home, then they'll answer your post. You're not getting an answer in a half hour. :-D
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Postby Pochucker » Sun Mar 11, 2007 1:11 pm

I dont think you will have much luck. Hard to find rankings by position. I do my own.
Never understood why more people dont use this format. Its much more realistic and really requires more planning, research and in season management. Oh wait,maybe thats why?
Why not lump "INF" together its same as "OF"?
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Postby MentalPowerHouse » Sun Mar 11, 2007 2:07 pm

My league also splits up the OF.

Here is how I ranked the top 10 for each.

LF...

A. Soriano
C. Crawford
M. Holliday
J. Bay
M. Ramirez
C. Lee
A. Dunn
H. Matsui
N. Swisher
J. Willingham

CF...

C. Beltran
G. Sizemore
I. Suzuki
V. Wells
A. Jones
J. Damon
J. Pierre
T. Hunter
C. Figgins
R. Baldelli

RF...

Vladdy
L. Berkman
I. Suzuki
B. Abreu
J. Dye
A. Rios
D. Young
JD Drew
G. Sheffield
J. Francoeur

This was done a few weeks ago, might have to be adjusted for any recent developments.
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Postby The Jury » Sun Mar 11, 2007 3:44 pm

Pochucker wrote:I dont think you will have much luck. Hard to find rankings by position. I do my own.
Never understood why more people dont use this format. Its much more realistic and really requires more planning, research and in season management. Oh wait,maybe thats why?
Why not lump "INF" together its same as "OF"?


Yea I like playing with the individual OF positions. We switched to it last year and it's a lot more involved.
The odds of the AL MVP coming from the American League are looking pretty good.
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Postby Niffoc4 » Mon Mar 12, 2007 2:17 am

The Jury wrote:
Pochucker wrote:I dont think you will have much luck. Hard to find rankings by position. I do my own.
Never understood why more people dont use this format. Its much more realistic and really requires more planning, research and in season management. Oh wait,maybe thats why?
Why not lump "INF" together its same as "OF"?


Yea I like playing with the individual OF positions. We switched to it last year and it's a lot more involved.
I am in a 20 team league that uses it, and I think its good as well... I would reccomend trying to get a decent sleeper to backup your players who plays all 3 OF positions (i.e. Shane Victorino)
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Postby River Rat » Mon Mar 12, 2007 11:13 am

Center Field is by far the weakest position of all OF's. My strategy is to target one of the top 5 listed in the CF listing below( except for Ichiro. I would rather have Damon) making sure one of those players is on my team...


MentalPowerHouse wrote:My league also splits up the OF.

Here is how I ranked the top 10 for each.

LF...

A. Soriano
C. Crawford
M. Holliday
J. Bay
M. Ramirez
C. Lee
A. Dunn
H. Matsui
N. Swisher
J. Willingham

CF...

C. Beltran
G. Sizemore
I. Suzuki
V. Wells
A. Jones
J. Damon
J. Pierre
T. Hunter
C. Figgins
R. Baldelli

RF...

Vladdy
L. Berkman
I. Suzuki
B. Abreu
J. Dye
A. Rios
D. Young
JD Drew
G. Sheffield
J. Francoeur

This was done a few weeks ago, might have to be adjusted for any recent developments.
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Postby George_Foreman » Mon Mar 12, 2007 11:23 am

An easy way to make rankings for this sort of thing would be to just take your regular rankings, sort the guys into the correct categories (and obviously the right order), and note where breaks such as "top 100" occur in each category. Move the guys in the categories with fewer names in the top 100 up a bit, the guys in the deeper positions down a bit. For example, say there are 5 CFs in the top 100, 7 RFs, and 9 LFs. Move the CFs up a bit, the LFs down a bit, and leave the RFs where they are. Easy enough. ;-D
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Postby BGbootha » Mon Mar 12, 2007 11:52 am

George_Foreman wrote:An easy way to make rankings for this sort of thing would be to just take your regular rankings, sort the guys into the correct categories (and obviously the right order), and note where breaks such as "top 100" occur in each category. Move the guys in the categories with fewer names in the top 100 up a bit, the guys in the deeper positions down a bit. For example, say there are 5 CFs in the top 100, 7 RFs, and 9 LFs. Move the CFs up a bit, the LFs down a bit, and leave the RFs where they are. Easy enough. ;-D


Yeah if you do it in excel like I do, then you could just go through and list their position in another column, and then simply 'sort' by position and then by ranking. This should create three different lists CF/LF/RF and should retain your original order. However this won't account for multiple position elig
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