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Available Top Prospects Remaining(show)
Glossary: Explain the stats in the hitters columns(show)
  • Positions - Scoresheet-rated positions for this player.
  • SSSIM - A comprehensive Scoresheet valuation metric designed by Ben Murphy, as explained in this article.
  • TAv' - Similar to BP's standard True Average metric(TAv), but adjusted for the park a player is in. So, a hitter who has a .255 TAv (below average) may have a .260 TAv if his home park is Colorado. For Scoresheet purposes, this statistic gives a good indication of how good a batter is compared to league-average, where .260 is average. Useful for DH and PH selections.
  • R-TAv' - TAv' adjusted by the Scoresheet platoon ratings to give an offensive metric against Right-handed pitchers only. See Scoresheet Baseball Platoon differential list to see which values were used.
  • L-TAv' - TAv' adjusted by the Scoresheet platoon ratings to give an offensive metric against Left-handed pitchers only. See Scoresheet Baseball Platoon differential list to see which values were used.
  • VORP' - Similar to the standard Value Over Replacement Player statistic (VORP), but adjusted for the park a player is in. For Scoresheet purposes, this gives a good idea how many runs this player will be worth compared to replacement-level at his position.
    NOTE: VORP' values will be much higher than VORP for the same player, in general, as �replacement level� is defined by the awful replacement players that the Scoresheet game system inserts into the lineup when a player has to miss time. As such, baselines are much lower than the �replacement level� used for real-life baseball calculations. The net effect is to reward playing time more heavily.
  • RNGr - Range runs: the number of runs above or below average a player is given his Scoresheet Range Rating, as found on the list of players on the Scoresheet Baseball site.
  • ERRr - Error runs: the number of runs above or below average a player is the number of errors PECOTA projects for him this season.
  • RAA' - Another offensive-only statistic, This is a combination of TAv\' and PA, giving the number of runs above a league-average hitter this player will product in his projected playing time, adjusted for the park he's playing in.
  • PLAYERID HITTERS TEAM AGE ProjTAv Positions PA AVG OBP SLG EstTAv HR SB
    100326Walker,AdamMIN0.000-/-/-/-/-/-/-/121.0001.0003.0001.16010

    Glossary: Explain the stats in the pitchers columns(show)
  • Roles - Expected roles this pitcher will be used in over the course of the season, from BP Depth Charts.
  • SSSIM - A comprehensive Scoresheet valuation metric designed by Ben Murphy, as explained in this article.
  • AVG - Batting Average Against (often abbreviated BAA).
  • OBP - On-base percentage against.
  • SLG - Slugging percentage against.
  • PLAYERID PITCHERS TEAM AGE ProjTAv ProjERA ProjWHIP IP ERA G GS H BB SO HR SO9 GO AO
    1257Cordero,FranciscoBOS.000.00.008.00.008051809.0113