Tout vs LABR Auction Results
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***Also note that Cory has updated his composite projections (see link below) to reflect every playing time projection, role change and injury update tweak that he could find. There have been very very minor changes to some rate stats to reflect changing roles (closer changes, lineup order, etc.) but otherwise these numbers are VERY much in line with the rate stats from the original composite projections.
As we head into the final draft weekend, here’s another resource that may be of use to you. Below are two spreadsheets (one for AL and one for NL) that list side by side the AL/NL Tout Wars and AL/NL LABR auction dollar values for all players drafted. T column = Tout, L column = LABR and N = not drafted in LABR but drafted in Tout. It’s organized in the order of the various Tout rosters. Note that while a lot of the values are very similar, since the LABR drafts took place a few weeks before the Tout drafts, there are also a bunch of players (Sean Marshall for one) whose values spiked considerably for obvious reasons.