Sorry guys, didn’t have a chance last night to complete the next round voting page. Tomorrow I may just do the whole infield.
The stats aren’t comprehensive, but I think it will give us an idea. Remember, to qualify they needed to hit at least .250 for their career with at least 100 PAs.
In the event of a tie, the player with the most plate appearances gets the call.
It would be nice if this were wrapped up before the draft starts, so I may do 2-3 positions per day instead of 1. It took longer than I thought to compile career stats, so my bad. But at least we are rolling ahead again…
Yes, I know. Everyone knows. But I couldn’t leave the site unacknowledged anymore. My 1st PTP Championship in 522 days. No kidding. That was like before Vietnam.
Anyway, I could go on and on, and I probably will soon, but I’m too busy celebrating to analyze this remarkable achievement. It’s all about drafting good hitting pitchers, forget OPS.