KHI wrote:The only thing I found weird is why would a HR allowed be counted the same as a Walk or Hit Allowed?
I think having Outfield assists devalues Infielders a lot
Closers seem way too strong
And for innings pitched, is it 6 points per inning?
I would suggest running your settings through last year's final stats to get an idea of the relative value of pitchers and hitters. My buggest question is the same as above. Do you really mean 6 pts per inning pitched? If so, that hyper-overvalues pitchers. As an example, I ran the numbers for Wandy Rodriguez (the first pitcher available after the draft in my main league) and Ryan Braun (the NL MVP) for last year. Without knowing a few of the more obscure stats like pickoffs and assists, here are the results:
Wandy - 946 pts
Braun - 803.5 pts
If I'm in your league, I think I'm drafting as many pitchers as I'm allowed to carry to maximize innings and scraping the bottom of the barrel foranyone with a pulse to fill out a starting lineup with no bench.