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  • Help the newb

    I am new here and have a couple questions:
    1. Where can I find cheat sheets such as top 300 and top ranks per position?
    2. Is there a key for the stat abbreviations what are not the main stream ones?

  • #2
    Welcome!

    Glossary: http://www.baseballhq.com/glossary-b

    Top 100: http://www.baseballhq.com/content/mi...-top-prospects

    Top Catchers: http://www.baseballhq.com/content/mi...hing-prospects

    The rest of the positional lists will be out soon.

    New user guide: http://www.baseballhq.com/new-users-guide
    MiLBAnalysis.com / @NickRichardsHQ

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    • #3
      Thank you so much. Very quick response!

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      • #4
        Those rankings list are minor leaguers, but it's not clear what you're looking for. For MLB player values/rankings, grab the Stats and Projections files or visit the Custom Draft Guide.

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        • #5
          Also, in roughly early March, keep your eyes pealed for the straight draft guide. It sounds like that might interest you.
          "Probably the worst thing that ever happened to malaria in poor nations was its eradication in rich ones." -- Tina Rosenberg

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          • #6
            Yes, positional rankings and top lists for current players was what I was referring to.

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            • #7
              If you have a spreadsheet program it is not hard to cut and paste (as text) from the Custom Draft Guide with your leagues parameters to create any kind of breakdown you need for your league's draft.

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              • #8
                Also a newb and thought I'd piggy back off of this thread.

                In the custom draft guide, what does MM stand for and how does it differ for valuing a player vs. $ value. TIA!

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                • #9
                  Welcome, honkus:

                  MM=Mayberry Method. Warning, rabbit hole ahead: Mayberry Method index page.

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                  • #10
                    ty m8.. & congrats on the award

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by honkus View Post
                      Also a newb and thought I'd piggy back off of this thread.

                      In the custom draft guide, what does MM stand for and how does it differ for valuing a player vs. $ value. TIA!
                      As a newbie, you may want to check it out. The idea is complex (rabbit hole), however the goal is to simplify the valuation process for the end user.

                      If you are in an auction keeper league, then the individual valuations become variable due to inflation (+/-), and aren't as important as strategy. If an auction league and it has an online record of a few years, then I would look at past auctions, the makeup of the pools and bidding tendencies of your opponents. Also, its not about getting a player, its about putting together a team.

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