If you’re a dedicated Smart Fantasy Baseball reader, you know I like to harp on playing time as an often overlooked and under-weighted component of player value. Well I now have some proof to back it up!
Check out this guest post I wrote at baseballprof.com.
I took the results of a real rotisserie league of mine and analyzed the standings to find out just how important the effect of playing time was on the final standings. Pretty tables, Excel conditional formatting, and more.
While you’re over there, please take a look around. The guys from Baseball Professor crank out a lot of high quality content. I can only post one or two articles a week. So if you’re looking for more smart fantasy information to consume, check out baseballprof.com. These guys work their tails off and it’s sabermetric-oriented, interesting, and diverse.
The group was also kind enough to invite me to participate in an early 2014 mock draft. It feels great to already get some of those draft anticipation juices flowing. In fact, I’ve already received a few e-mails from SFBB readers about how they can start preparing rankings and projections for the 2014 season. It’ll be March before we know it!