As discussed in the Appendix of Diamond Dividends: Creative Strategies to Profit Through Fantasy Baseball, arguably the most difficult projections stem from expected playing time. Adjusting the number of games in which a hitter will bat will also change the overall ‘counting’ statistics for the season. The same is true for pitchers and their projected innings pitched.
Below is an editable table that includes a majority of the players ranked in the book. Each player has a ‘per-unit’ statistic that is dependent upon playing time. You can change anything in this spreadsheet – or download it for your own use via the link at the bottom – but it is best if you only tweak the pink columns. Everything else will calculate from there – including plate appearances if the amount of games played is changed.
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