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pjs1856 wrote:That's part of the problem. I'm trying to find something that evens everything out . I know for my league I will need about 270 HR, 1100 R, 185 SB and around 1050 RBi - the problem is coming up with a formula that adds all those into a value. Actually the bigger problem is the %. I figured someone had something they could help with since this seems to be a great site for knowledge.
silentjim wrote:Here's a good thread on the basketball side that has some baseball links in it as well. It's not as complicated as you think, but it does take some excel know how:
Calculating Values
rotoquest wrote:I have used the following hitting formula for 6 years and it seems to work well. I averaged fangraphs, mine & J35J projections this year and I like the results. For hitting categories, take your projections and use this formula.
(BA x 333)+(HR x 3.33)+(RBI)+(RUNS)+(SB x 2.5)
It uses a baseline that every category is 100 points. So 30 HR is 100 pts, and 40 SB is 100pts, etc.
If you use less than 40 for SB, then the rankings come out with too much emphasis on speed.
From the previous example above:
Pujols comes out to be 511
Pierre comes out to be 354
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