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WaCougMBS wrote:Cubsfan2803 wrote:I was setting up a yahoo 10 - 12 man head to head league and I selected all of the stats that I thought were good idea's. I think I over did it because I have 19 categories. Out of these which stats best show a players worth? The league is going to start C,1B,2B,3B,SS, 3 OF, 2Util, 2SP,2RP,3P,6bench and 2 DL.
R, H, 2B, 3B, HR, RBI, SB, AVG, OBP, SLG,
W, SHO, SV, K, ERA, WHIP, K/BB, QS, BSV
Personally, I am a traditionalist, so take this for what it's worth - I think any more than 6x6 (hitting and pitching) is just too much.
I think you can easily eliminate H, 2B, 3B and combine OBP and SLG to get OPS, leaving you with R, HR, RBI, SB, AVG and OPS
and with pitching:
I would eliminate SHO, K/BB, BSV and roll with either QS or Holds as a sixth category alongside W, K, ERA, WHIP and Saves
Hope this helps man
Cubsfan2803 wrote:Thanks, how does OPS work?
WaCougMBS wrote:evilempire2 wrote:Cubsfan2803 wrote:Thanks, how does OPS work?
on base percentage plus slugging percentage.
depending on what kind of players they are(whether they hit for power or not) a good OPS is anywhere between, .700 and could go over 1.000 (real elite power hitters)
One caveat - I would say a "good" OPS would be more in the .800+ range personally
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