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2014 Fantasy Baseball: Changes in Value When OPS is the Sixth Category

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If your league uses non-standard roto categories, you can’t rely on rankings and auction values from a website or magazine. And if you’re drafting online, you can’t rely on the order in which players are listed in the draft room. Almost all of those rankings are drawn up with the standard 5×5 roto categories in mind. Behind the pay wall I have a chart showing how the valuations/rankings change for the 242 hitters I have projected when OPS is added to the standard 5×5 roto categories as the sixth hitting category. If you play in a league like this, make sure to alter your rankings or auction values accordingly. I recommend sorting by ‘$ Diff.’ below. For an explanation of the methodology, read this.

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