J35J wrote:Just threw a few names in Excel and calculated. I didn't put in CYC or SLAM for hitters. I didn't put in No Hitters or Perfect Games for pitchers.
Verlander 814.5 (High K guys are far and away the best players in this system)
Trout 665.5 (Strike outs are killer in this system...Trout would have beat MCAB by a mile if it wasn't for those 40 extra Ks )
Kimbrel 652.5 (Closer suck, unless your name is Kimbrel)
Cueto 605.0 (Low K guys are quite a step down from the higher K guys)
Reyes 589.0 (Guys who hit triples and don't strike out are very nice. If he didn't have 19 errors he would have been another 40pts higher...those middle infielders with a lot of errors take a hit, but they are still good scorers)
Pujols 567.5 (Pujols and ARAM are good scorers here..they fill up the score box but don't strike out much)
Aramis 565.0 (Pujols and ARAM are good scorers here..they fill up the score box but don't strike out much)
Lee 541.0 (Lack of wins and no CG or Shut hurts...I figure this will change this year though)
Hamilton 518.0 (High strike out guys really get hit)
Jim Johnson 490.0
Granderson 434.5 (High strike out guys suck)
BJ Upton 393.0
D Robertson 336.0
thanks a lot man.... yeah I looked at lastyrs points leaders with this scoring and I got similar feedback of course....
this tells me a lot that I was thinking, awesome!
like u said, high K pitchers r KEY and high K hitters are BAD.... I looked at the standings n noticed guys like Reyes had some great value bc Triples are worth 5 (which is more than HRs, 4), and SBs are also pretty valuable too. Plus like u said, he doesn't Strikeout a lot so that helps his value greatly.
this scoring is exploitable, I just gotta figure out the way to do so. High K pitchers is definitely a start though and avoiding high K hitters too