May 25, 2013
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Applies the Z-score method of comparing players to roto point target tiers.
Digs deeper into Z-Scores and how to account for differences in opportunities for rate stats like batting average.
Explains how to use Z-scores to compare rate stats to counting stats.
The differences in roto point thresholds for the major hitting counting statistics.
The inaugural Roto Grotto examines how context can inform your decision-making in fantasy trades.
In daily leagues, create elite production by platooning less expensive players with clear splits.
Kyle Lohse is the big loser of the new collective bargaining agreement. How can we fix it?
A look back at his ball and strike tendencies from 2007-2012.
Josh Hamilton is one-part Guerrero and one-part Olivo.
The new fences in Petco are a quick fix to an organizational shortcoming.
Shane Victorino and Mike Napoli address the Red Sox's biggest weakness.
Does the Marlins' fire sale make sense on its own merits?
Why has Tim Lincecum flourished since being banished to the bullpen?
Chipper Jones just finished a final season for the ages.
The data contains some hints about baseball's offensive decline.
When everyone's healthy, the Red Sox will have a big decision.