One of my favorite articles to do each year is to look back and how well or how poorly the experts speculated on players at the draft. While baseball accepts a 70 percent fail rate on its hitters, fantasy prognostication aims for a 70 percent success rate. No expert is never going to nail the exact home run or strikeout total, but if you are way off on your projections on draft day, it makes for a rather long season.
auctioneers did in the first year where OBP was used instead of batting average using values from
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