December 5, 2013
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Net Win Shares Value for the 2006 Season
's Net Win Share Value is $ 327,000The Particulars:
Contract Status: Include All Contracts
Win Shares Above Bench: 0.0
Expected WSAB (based on Salary): -0
Salary: $ 0
Net Win Shares Value is an estimate of how much a player was worth, given his contribution to the team's wins and the conditions under which he signed his contract (free agent, arbitration, etc.). A positive amount means he contributed more value (performance per dollar paid) than the average player, and a negative amount indicates that he delivered below-average performance for his contract.
To calculate a player's Net Win Shares Value, you need just a little bit of information. Specifically, you'll need his Win Shares Above Bench (WSAB), as well as his contractual status (free agent, arbitration-eligible or not arbitration-eligible) and his salary. For salary information, we recommend the USA Today Salaries database.