Custom points league

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ChetSteadman
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Custom points league

Postby ChetSteadman » Mon Feb 18, 2013 8:39 am

Grey, I'm in a custom points H2H keeper league.  Based on my keepers, I will start drafting in the 3rd round.  Should i look for a top arm early?  Or should i round out my offense first and then get pitching later?  What would be your strategy going into the draft using this scoring and my keepers?
 
At first glance, you might think this scoring scheme looks crazy, but it looks like it could work.
 
Batters Stat Category
At Bats (AB) -1.6
Runs (R) 8.4
Hits (H) 9.6
Singles (1B) 3
Doubles (2B) 4
Triples (3B) 5
Home Runs (HR) 22.3
Runs Batted In (RBI) 7.5
Stolen Bases (SB) 17.5
Walks (BB) 5
Intentional Walks (IBB) 5
Hit By Pitch (HBP) 5
Hitting for the Cycle (CYC) 50

Pitchers Stat Category
Innings Pitched (IP) 20.5
Wins (W) 54.1
Shutouts (SHO) 5
Saves (SV) 47.3
Hits (H) -5
Earned Runs (ER) -15
Walks (BB) -5
Intentional Walks (IBB) -5
Hit Batters (HBP) -5
Strikeouts (K) 4.5
No Hitters (NH) 15
Perfect Games (PG) 20
 
2012
Braun = 5000 pts     Dickey = 4572
Trout = 4969            Verlander = 4541
Miggy = 4943           Kershaw = 4290
 
2011
Kemp = 5426             Verlander = 5418
Ellsbury = 5068          Kershaw = 4995
Granderson = 4797    Halladay = 4643

12-Team Keeper, H2H, Custom Points
 
Hitting: R 8.4 / H 9.6 / 1B 3 / 2B 4 / 3B 5 / HR 22.3 / RBI 7.5 / SB 17.5 / BB 5 / AB -1.6
Pitching: IP 20.5 / K 4.5 / W 54.1 / SV 47.3 / H -5 / ER -15 / BB -5

C - Norris
1B - Goldy (k)
2B - Phillips
3B - Arenado (k)
SS - Lindor
IF - Rizzo (k)
OF - Harper (k)
OF - K. Davis
OF - Eaton
OF -
UTIL - Ortiz
UTIL - Pham
  
SP - F-Her
SP - Carrasco
RP - Chapman
RP - Jansen
P - Gray
P - salazaar
P - Rodon
P - street
 
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Re: Custom points league

Postby Mauddib » Mon Feb 18, 2013 10:36 am

Depend on what players are there. Most likely would go with a hitter but if there is a SP that has fallen that shouldn't have then I would snap it up. Hitters are safer and SP is deep so again hitter would be the way I would lean but each draft plays out differently so just keep your mind open and get the best value or best player available.


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