10 team H2H points with weekly lineups. can start any type of pitcher with no pitching limits.
Doubles (2B) 2 Triples (3B) 3
Home Runs (HR) 4 Singles (1B) 1
Walks (BB) 1 Intentional Walks (IBB) 1
Hit by Pitch (HBP) 1 Sacrifices (SAC) 0.5
Runs Scored (R) 1 Runs Batted In (RBI) 1
Stolen Bases (SB) 2 Strikeouts (K) -1
Team Win (BTW) 3
Innings Pitched (IP) 3 Hits Allowed (H) -1
Walks Issued (BB) -0.5 Earned Runs (ER) -1
Strikeouts (K) 1 Wins (W) 10
Losses (L) -3 Saves (SV) 10
Complete Games (CG) 5 Quality Starts (QS) 3
Shutouts (SO) 5 No Hitters (NH) 10
Perfect Games (PG) 15
I am looking at the 3 points per team win for a batter and the 3 points per innning pitched as being really intriguing. I am thinking of reaching for players in the same tieir that play on better teams. Take Boston for instance, last year they won 95 games 3 points per win is about 285 over 22 weeks of regular season play that equals to about 13 more points per week. Is that enough to bump Pedroia over Kinsler or Roberts? Baltimore won 68 games so that equals to about 9 points more per week, so 4 more points per week on average.
In the pitching part inning eaters who can get alot of QS are far more valuable than a high K guy who can get knocked out early? 3 points per inning pitched and 3 points for a QS.
Any where I can put together a custom cheat sheet where I can enter W's and these different categories? Any thoughts about these
C- Hundley, Iannetta
3b- J. Lopez
CO- G. Sanchez
OF- Bay, Hart, Pagan, Smith, Francisco, Ankiel
U- C. Ross(DL), Cantu
P- Carpent, Billings, Volquez, Marcum, Norris, J. Vazquez, Westbrook, Wolf, E Rogers