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CBMGreatOne wrote:I think your best bet is to go to a site like ESPN with sortable projections and simply sort by total HR. You can then break everybody down by position. If the projections also list a # of ABs, after all of the 20+ HR hitters are gone, start weighing your choices against HR/AB ratio. There's no point in drafting a player like Rajai Davis obviously, but there is also almost just as little point in drafting any players that you know for sure can't hit as many as 20 HRs.
We have a thread here called Wisdom of the Crowds Projections or something like that, which is a database of the average projections of nearly a dozen fantasy providers that would be an excellent resource. Remember to sort by HRs, think in terms of HRs per AB in the late rounds, mix in some gut feeling and you should do well. It's as simple a format as they come and Adam Dunn is pretty easily the #1 pick for me. I guess if it's a really small league guys like Tulo and Cano could be candidates at the top as well.
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