I do this a tonne, and I started out doing it the same way. You gotta have highest level -slash- ETA.

The easiest way to do this is through a quick MYSQL database. At this point, if you’re into fantasy baseball or pfx analysis, there’s no excuse for not spending the 2 hours it takes to learn the basics of SQL.

I’m not sure if Fangraphs has ever done a write-up on “Using DBs” but it’d be neat, methinks.

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]]>I have been doing the same thing as you for years and actually created a website to post my results. You can check it out at:

So far this year, I have 13 different lists that I have combined into one composite list (over 200 players) and I expect to add 4 or 5 more (including Fangraph’s Top 100) when its all said and done.

Mark

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]]>I wouldn’t multiply the value by a dollar amount. That’s a whole different calculation that I never got around to doing.

I am not in an auction league so I’ve never done a value for that.

Now with ZIPS and Steamer projections out, I’ll update that spreadsheet one last time this offseason.

I look forward to next year when Fangraphs is doing it so I don’t have to.

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