Stats Summary (June 2)

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VinWins
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Stats Summary (June 2)

Postby VinWins » Thu Jun 02, 2011 6:17 am

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You can check on stats for all 456 teams here:

https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key ... 5dED#gid=0

Here is a look at the saves leader, Partially Torn RCL's Champaign Enema Bandits:

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A Hill O' Beans
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Re: Stats Summary (June 2)

Postby A Hill O' Beans » Thu Jun 02, 2011 7:44 am

Looks like my offense is completely average at this point, good thing my pitching is above average in every category.

What I'd love to see sometime is how many GS teams have, maybe the average GS to this point. I think it would bring the pitching numbers into more perspective since some teams have probably already used up over half their starts.

Good work Vin!

(RCL Champions League) My Mustache Has A Mustache
C - Ramos
1B - Goldy
2B - Kinsler
3B - Pedro
SS - Zobrist
MI - Rendon
CI - Napoli
OF - Ellsbury, Victorino, A.Jackson, Cruz, C.Carter
UT - Sandoval
BE - A.Guerrero
SP - Yu, MadBum, Dickey, Haren, Buchholz, C.Martinez
RP - Rosenthal, Uehara, C.Janssen, Hawkins, Herrera

VinWins
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Re: Stats Summary (June 2)

Postby VinWins » Thu Jun 02, 2011 8:46 am

Thanks!

Good point on games started. I'll try to work that in somewhere.
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Re: Stats Summary (June 2)

Postby MStark » Thu Jun 02, 2011 12:20 pm

Yeah,

My strategy worked out beyond anything I expected. I was thinking that with streamers and a little luck, I might be able to get my ratios respectable; I never thought I'd reach 20 points between the two categories. So far I've been lucky: none of the closers I drafted have really shit the bed, so my ratios have held up.

And hitting... Sheesh, what my team has produced is just frickin' ridiculous. Again, really lucky drafting. Aside from Posey, no major injuries, and everyone else has performed near or above spec.

One problem I've found, though. When you have a team doing really well, nobody wnats to trade with you, even if the trade makes both teams better. It's kind of like chess: when you are ahead, exchanging equal pieces, all else held equal, is to your advantage because your proportional advantage increases. Same here. I cannot get my hands on pitching, even if I can conclusively demonstrate that the trade should give my opponent more standings points than I will get. My league-mates (I'm guessing here) figure they are better off allowing me to run away with offense be stuck with a lot of "wasted" production (if you are getting 12 points, it doesn't matter if you have 250 HR or 400... the extra 150 are "waste") than they would be if they traded a stud pitcher to me and allowed me to start picking up Ks and Ws. I'm not sure how to break the logjam, or even if it'd be possible without making some ridiculously sacrificial trades that I'm not willing to make (this early, anyway).
ESPN 12 team, All MLB Auction $260 budget
Draft 3/18/14

C: Brian McCann (kept 1 yr @ $5)
IB: Eric Hosmer (through 2016, $17)
2B: Anthony Rendon ($5)
3B: Manny Machado (through 2016, $14)
SS: Ian Desmond (kept 1 yr @ $8)
MI: Jean Segura (through 2017, $10)
CI: Edwin Encarcion (kept 1 yr @ $27)
OF: Bryce Harper (through 2015, $14)
OF: Nick Castellanos ($7)
OF: Ben Revere ($5)
OF: Curtis Granderson, ($8)
OF: Brett Gardner ($4)
Util: Billy Butler ($13)
P: Stephen Strasburg (kept 1 yr @ $14)
P: Michael Pineda ($4)
P: Danny Salazar (through 2017, $14)
P: Aroldis Chapman (kept 1 yr @ $21)
P: Zack Wheeler (through 2017, $14)
P: Grant Balfour ($13)
P: Nate Jones ($10)
P: Yordono Ventura ($8)
P: Sonny Gray ($14)
B: Miguel Montero ($4)
B: Gregory Polanco ($3)
B: Denard Span ($1)

A Hill O' Beans
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Re: Stats Summary (June 2)

Postby A Hill O' Beans » Thu Jun 02, 2011 1:15 pm

MStark wrote:One problem I've found, though. When you have a team doing really well, nobody wnats to trade with you, even if the trade makes both teams better. It's kind of like chess: when you are ahead, exchanging equal pieces, all else held equal, is to your advantage because your proportional advantage increases. Same here. I cannot get my hands on pitching


If only we were able to do inter-league RCL trading! I can't for the life of me make a deal to give away pitching and get back a decent bat.

(RCL Champions League) My Mustache Has A Mustache
C - Ramos
1B - Goldy
2B - Kinsler
3B - Pedro
SS - Zobrist
MI - Rendon
CI - Napoli
OF - Ellsbury, Victorino, A.Jackson, Cruz, C.Carter
UT - Sandoval
BE - A.Guerrero
SP - Yu, MadBum, Dickey, Haren, Buchholz, C.Martinez
RP - Rosenthal, Uehara, C.Janssen, Hawkins, Herrera

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Re: Stats Summary (June 2)

Postby RandomItalicizdVoice » Thu Jun 02, 2011 3:43 pm

Yeah the way I'm analyzing RCL 5 as far as pitching is calculating W/GS and K/GS to get a better perspective on which teams should gain and lose points in those cats. Pretty much if you are high in the standings and low in GS, you are in a good position.

VinWins
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Re: Stats Summary (June 2)

Postby VinWins » Thu Jun 02, 2011 4:13 pm

I thought we disbanded RCL 5.
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