Projections based on 150 Games to make it easier to read the data (e.g., 30 HR easier than 0.2 HR/G) . Sorted by largest value difference between RHP and LHP. Click headers to sort. Use text boxes to filter results and < or > to filter data (e.g., <30). See more in footnotes.
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|#||Name||Team||ESPN POS||YAHOO_POS||B||Proj PA||RHP HR||RHP AVG||RHP OBP||RHP SLG||LHP HR||LHP AVG||LHP OBP||LHP SLG||RHP $||LHP $||$ DIFF|
Steamer Projections – Platoon projections based on Steamer Projections. Started in 2008 and maintained and operated by Jared Cross, Dash Davidson, and Peter Rosenbloom. It is widely considered to be one of the best MLB projection systems. These projections by Steamer are a much better indicator of a hitter’s platoon splits than in-season stats since it involves multiple years of data and has been properly regressed to league averages.
$ Methodology/FAQs/Definitions: The foundation behind these player values is our Point Share methodology. WTF is a Point Share you ask? It represents the estimated difference in an average team’s points if they were to substitute a given player for the average drafted player at his position (same in concept as Alex Patton’s Standings Gain Points). So if a player has a 1.0 for Runs, he would, on average, increase a team’s standing points in Runs by 1 point. Thus, a completely average player is worth zero Point Shares. These Point Shares are converted to dollars at the total player level as well as for each category. The sum of a player’s category $ plus $1 (for replacement level) equals their total auction $ value. Converting Point Shares into $ is covered in the FAQs that I had put together as part of the Historical Player Rater.
The $ in this report are based on 12-team mixed league using the ESPN default roster format (C/1B/2B/SS/3B/CI/MI/5 OF/UTIL/9 P) with a 67/33 hit/pitch split. Players are valued at their most valuable position based on 20 game eligibility (10 in-season).
Filtering Results: You can filter multiple fields at the same time. The text fields below the column headers enable several methods for filtering the data. Here are some examples:
|ANY MATCH||‘B’ in Pos||Typing B in Pos will filter to any player with 1B, 2B, or 3B eligibility. Type in more details to filter further – e.g., “1B’, “1B, 3B”, etc.|
|OR|||||Ruth|Aaron in ‘Name’||All players with Ruth or Aaron in their name|
|NOT||!||!FM in ‘Halls’||All players who are not in both the Hall of Fame and the Hall of Merit|
|NOR||! |||!F|M in ‘Halls’||All players who are not in the Hall of Fame NOR the Hall of Merit. Just use the ! once.|
|GREATER THAN||>||>30 in $||All players whose $ is greater than 30|
|LESS THAN||<||<30 in $||All players whose $ is less than 30|
|GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO||>=||>=30 in $||All players whose $ is greater than or equal to 30|
|LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO||<=||<=30 in $||All players whose $ is less than or equal to 30|