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Matt Holliday, STL, NL
Birthdate: 01-15-1980
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Message #10 by Bearlo0317 @ March 25, 2010, 08:44pm
Matt Holliday
I wound up with him and Sizemore between 13 and 16 I got Baker Weaver and Billingsly Sheet Young Homer Bailey and Tillman as Sp. So didnt do too bad. Might have to deal one to get so MI help Theriot and Everth Cabrera

Message #9 by Rob Reed @ March 12, 2010, 02:16pm
decrease in SB%
means he likely loses value in 2010 with fewer SBs... other than this, what you see is what you get with Matt. I still love him as a #1 OF.

He is not the same elite class player that he was in Colorado... but he isn't far off. Early 2nd round pick.

Message #8 by Rob Reed @ February 22, 2009, 07:12pm
The more I think about it...
The more all of the negative hype surrounding Matt Holliday feels A LOT like the negative hype Albert Pujols got at the beginning of last year. Certainly, it was for very different reasons (apparent injury vs. new pitchers' ballpark and a recent history of power regression).

I can keep Holliday for $29 in my money league. I think that I have decided NOT to keep him at this amount... but it is only because I think that folks in my league will have him undervalued.

I think I'm going to go on the record to state that even in Oakland, I think Matt Holliday will produce top 10 OF numbers... which would easily make him worth the $29. I have a feeling that I can get him for under $20. Fingers crossed.

Message #7 by Rob Reed @ November 21, 2008, 4:15pm
Home/Road splits
Career Coors Field: 84 HRs, .357 BA, .423 OBP, .645 SLG, 1.068 OPS
Career road: 44 HRs, .280 BA, .348 OBP, .455 SLG, .803 SLG

Draw whatever conclusions you want from these numbers, but I don't think there will be a lot of disagreement that his power goes down. And, if his power goes down (which happened naturally last season, even at Coors), then so does his fantasy value.

Message #6 by Rob Reed @ 3/7/08, 9:28pm
Re: Holliday at $38
>I am in a keeper auction league and last year
>picked Holiday at $33. By terms of our league >I can keep Holiday for $38 for another year.

I rank him the #1 OF in fantasy baseball. Most other expert sites do the same.

I am assuming mixed league. I am keeping Holliday in my mixed league for $24 (I got him for $14, two years ago).

Assuming, also, a $260 salary cap... I say you have to keep him at $38. There is definite risk at that price, but in serpentines, I see Holliday generally going in Top 5.

There's another issue to think about, though. Could you get a Corey Hart and Alex Rios together for $38 and spend the big money on solid pitching?

I'm a big Holliday fan. I could have had him in my "experts" serpentine league in the 5th round. In our mock draft (also with the 5th pick), I did exactly that. I took Miguel Cabrera solely to shake up league expectation.

And, I think I regret it.

Message #5 by Chris Manshio @ 3/7/08, 6:43pm
Holiday at $38
I am in a keeper auction league and last year picked Holiday at $33. By terms of our league I can keep Holiday for $38 for another year. I have two options:

1) Pay the $$$
2) Hope he goes lower.

What do folks think?

Message #4 by fbmcensor @ 3/7/08, 6:25am
Holliday #2?!
I have made the statement that I believe Matt Holliday will provide value to justify him being the #2 pick in this year's draft and I'll proudly stand by that statement all year. Along with A-Rod and David Wright, he's one of the few truly outstanding five-category contributors. If you're in a 5-OF league, you can not afford to pass up on Holliday if A-Rod is already off the board!

Evan Dickens
FantasyBaseballMafia.com
The Wire Tap podcast

Message #3 by Rob Reed @ 3/26/07, 9:46am
upside?
I am hugely high on Holliday. The problem is that there is no place for him to go, seemingly, but down.

He is at the top of the pack of outfielders in offense and the majority of folks out there still don't realize it. When I see Carl Crawford get picked in a serpentine draft ahead of Holliday, I can only shake my head.

BUT, Crawford has a lot more upside this season than Holliday, in my opinion.

I EXPECT Holliday to do very well, so if he does, big whoop. If he doesn't, it is a huge disappointment.

Message #2 by Dr. Rub @ 3/25/07, 12:07am
Holliday is no holliday for pitchers
This guy is the real deal & he will light it up this season. I think he will atleast match last year's numbers & maybe even do better.

Message #1 by Taklamakan @ 3/24/07, 5:11pm
Top Flight
This guy is going in the second round in a lot of the mock drafts I am seeing. He had an incredible average, big HRs, great Runs and RBI, and even threw in double-digit steals. And that was in a year when the Rockies cranked up the humidor, Todd Helton had better luck battling intestinal parasites than NL West pitching, and Chris Ianetta and Troy Tulowitski were still twinkles in the Clint Hurdle's eye. Player Track says he was the second best player last year. I think Player Track is ahead of the curve in calling this guy elite. If only we had one more (full) year of track record this good. And did I mention he's artibtration-eligible and just turned 27?

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PLAYERtrack overall ranking graph
        for Matt Holliday

x=year; y=% of available fantasy points per year x 1000

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PLAYERtrack player stats & ranks
        for Matt Holliday

ABH2B3BHRRBIRAVGOBPSB
20135201563112294103.300.3826
SOBABIPCR%SLGOPS
86.32583%.4900.872
2013 OVERALL PLAYERTRACK RANK: 12

ABH2B3BHRRBIRAVGOBPSB
20125991773622710295.295.3744
SOBABIPCR%SLGOPS
132.34177%.4970.871
2012 OVERALL PLAYERTRACK RANK: 39
2012 (OF) PLAYERTRACK RANK: 20

ABH2B3BHRRBIRAVGOBPSB
2011446132360227583.296.3792
SOBABIPCR%SLGOPS
93.33279%.5250.904
2011 OVERALL PLAYERTRACK RANK: 30
2011 (OF) PLAYERTRACK RANK: 15

ABH2B3BHRRBIRAVGOBPSB
20105961864512810395.312.3839
SOBABIPCR%SLGOPS
93.33384%.5320.915
2010 OVERALL PLAYERTRACK RANK: 19
2010 (OF) PLAYERTRACK RANK: 7

ABH2B3BHRRBIRAVGOBPSB
20095811823932410994.313.38914
SOBABIPCR%SLGOPS
101.34682%.5150.904
2009 OVERALL PLAYERTRACK RANK: 18
2009 (OF) PLAYERTRACK RANK: 6

ABH2B3BHRRBIRAVGOBPSB
20085391733822588107.321.40328
SOBABIPCR%SLGOPS
104.36180%.5380.941
2008 OVERALL PLAYERTRACK RANK: 6
2008 (OF) PLAYERTRACK RANK: 3

ABH2B3BHRRBIRAVGOBPSB
200763621650636137120.340.39911
SOBABIPCR%SLGOPS
126.38080%.6071.006
2007 OVERALL PLAYERTRACK RANK: 2
2007 (OF) PLAYERTRACK RANK: 1

ABH2B3BHRRBIRAVGOBPSB
200660219645534114119.326.38710
SOBABIPCR%SLGOPS
110.35481%.5860.973
2006 OVERALL PLAYERTRACK RANK: 9
2006 (OF) PLAYERTRACK RANK: 5

ABH2B3BHRRBIRAVGOBPSB
2005479147247198768.307.36114
SOBABIPCR%SLGOPS
79.33683%.5050.866
2005 OVERALL PLAYERTRACK RANK: 28
2005 (OF) PLAYERTRACK RANK: 11

ABH2B3BHRRBIRAVGOBPSB
2004400116313145765.290.3493
SOBABIPCR%SLGOPS
86.34078%.4880.837
2004 OVERALL PLAYERTRACK RANK: 80
2004 (OF) PLAYERTRACK RANK: 38

The PLAYERtrack rankings, above, are under standard 5x5 format (AVG, HR, RBI, R, SB), minimum of 20 games played at a position; players are ranked versus all AL/NL hitters, PRORATED