Yesterday we ran correlations between various pitching metrics and fantasy baseball profits for pitchers, and found that most of the ways we evaluate pitchers—like strikeouts and ERA—influence a pitcher’s cost so much that they don’t help us predict profits.
But we did discover (more…)
The Hardball Times is running a series of articles by their writers about what they learned doing a project. Dan Szymborski wrote about projecting player performance and Mitchel Lichtman wrote about defensive statistics. Very good stuff.
A guy (more…)
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$260 per team. $3120 per league. These are the bedrock facts of Rotisserie baseball pricing.
The NL screwed things up for a while, when 16 teams (more…)
A reader asked about this at Ask Rotoman today. The link gives you his question and the full answer. Here’re the basics:
In a keeper league (4×4 or 5×5 doesn’t matter), where inexpensive players are carried over from one year to the next, you need to adjust the startup (more…)