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EricF wrote:I think ktown got close to the answer.
Yahoo itself says O-Rank is "Player's overall Yahoo! Sports ranking (based on current and prior seasons)." I have understood that to mean last year and this year. It does change during the season, giving more weight to the current season as it goes along.
Yahoo defines Rank as "Player's ranking based on stat filter selected." I've never been exactly sure, but I think it uses the categories used by your league to make its ranking, based on the current season, the past month, the past week, or whatever you choose.
Amazinz wrote:Can anyone tell me what the difference between these two are and what they stand for? Is O-Rank overall rank? For instance, they currently have Pujols with Rank 19, O-Rank 1 and Bonds is listed at Rank 1, O-Rank 2?
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