We already went over what it took to win your fantasy baseball league for 12 teams. Don’t believe me? Click this. Sucker! You got Rick Schroder rolled! Or not because you read this part before you clicked it. I know, 2002 called, they want their internet meme back. Okay, here’s what it takes to win your 12 team fantasy baseball league. Now here we have what it takes to win a 10, 14, 15 and 16 team mixed leagues with 12 thrown in for a reference point. This year we separated what it took to win your ESPN leagues and your Y! leagues, due to our differences between ESPN and Y! post. We use ESPN for our RCL, but if you use Y!, I think I get a thousand dollars for every time someone signs up. Or maybe that’s one thousandth of a dollar. Either way, use this link.
The numbers you see in the chart (which was made by Rudy — thanks, Rudy!) are the 75th percentile for each league. So that means in a 10 team ESPN league 1,083 runs gets you a 7.5, 270 homers gets you a 7.5 and so on. Then in a 14 team Y! league, 817 Runs gets you a 10.5 in the standings. For those slow on the uptake, just take 75% of the team count and you have the points. These are all for one catcher leagues. If you have two catcher leagues, the counting stats go up a little bit and down a little on average. Anyway, here’s what it takes to win a 10, 14, 15 and 16 2012 fantasy baseball league:
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