From-To Year(s): 2012 - 2012
League(s): AL & NL,
Minimum AB(s): 50, Minimum inning(s): 50,
Position(s): ALL (20 games to qualify)
(Pitchers are in GREEN!)
This tool allows you to remove players from the rankings. These could be players that you are not interested in, or in the event of a draft, you can remove players as they are drafted, in order to better find your next draft pick.
Click the checkbox to the left of the player name and then click the NIX box above to remove your selections.
The OVERALL ranking assesses the statistical dominance (or lack thereof) of every player (hitters AND pitchers) against each other, according to what percentage of total available fantasy points they mustered for a fantasy squad (first to worst). This percentage can be found at the end of a players statistics in parentheses - example: (89%).
You can determine multi-year rankings (e.g., who were the best 1B from 2005-2012), as well as refine by league, team, minimum at bats, etc.
All statistics shown for each player are from last season (after all, this is designed to find the best potential players for the coming season). If a player did not play last season, it will so indicate.
As always, any questions, comments, suggestions, etc., contact me at rob[at]playertrack dot com.
The DEFAULT overall ranking listing is standard 5x5 (HR, RBI, R, SB, AVG, W, SV, ERA, WHIP, K) with a minimum of 50 IP and/or 1 AB last year.
PAID SUBSCRIBERS can create their own, CUSTOM, overall ranking if their league is not standard 5x5. For a detailed "how-to" video, click here.
Non-subscribers and free subscribers can see the Top 100 5x5 rankings.
RAW stats: rankings are constructed solely using actual statistics from the given year
PRORATED stats: rankings are constructed prorating statistics as if limited at-bat players played a full season (they are denoted in red in the rankings)
BABIP+: (batting avg on balls in play) from highest to lowest
CR%: (contact rate) rate at which player makes contact each AB, highest to lowest
ISO: (isolated power) measures a player's ability to get extra base hits
AB/HR: (number of at bats per homerun)
SB%: (stolen base success rate)
TB: (total bases)
FIP: (fielding independent pitching) formula designed by Tom Tango that creates a predicted ERA without consideration of team defense
K/9: (strikeouts per 9 innings)
HR/9: (homeruns allowed per nine innings) lowest to highest
LOB%: strand rate (left on base %), how often a pitcher prevents opposing hitters who have gotten on base from scoring. We use earned runs instead of runs scored and we do not include HBP