Rotographs Top 300 Now Available

On Friday we released our positional rankings with the promise of a Top 300 forthcoming. It is now available on the spreadsheet which you can find in the original post here. Our own Dan Schwartz has embedded the Top 300 for us below:

UPDATE: I’ve adjusted the rankings for instances were one or more rankers didn’t include a guy as pointed out in the comments. Now those guys get a last ranked+1 for that particular ranker. (ex. I ranked 345, so everyone else gets a 346 for the purposes of this rank). It’s not perfect since we didn’t all rank the exact same set, but at least this skews on the side of bringing the guys down to where they belong instead of artificially inflating them within the average.

 

Rankings based on 5×5 roto, 12 teams, single-catcher with Middle Infield and Corner Infield spots, 14 hitters and 9 pitchers. Each ranker had their own mix of projections and intuition. 

Last Update: 2/17/15





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Swaggerjackers
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Swaggerjackers

I thought Pods had Billy the Kid in his top 20?

Mike Podhorzer
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Paul is correct. When I say that values change depending on format, this is what I mean.

Mike D
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Mike D

The only thing that should change should be catcher rankings between a 15 team and 12 team format. Otherwise there isn’t going to be much difference in the Top 100

TheTinDoor
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TheTinDoor

mdecav – pretty much any valid value formula takes into account the specific player pool (# of starters at each position) – the actual $ value of the same HRs/R/RBI/SB change depending on who’s in the player pool. Losing the bottom 69 players doesn’t just drop them from the list, it impacts the value of the remaining players’ stats

RotoworldModsAreNazis
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RotoworldModsAreNazis

Is mdecav Russian for “noob”?