Ronald Acuna Jr.
Welcome everyone to the August 2023 update to TDG’s Top 500 List for OBP Dynasty Leagues. This list assumes a 15-team, 5×5 Roto league with OBP for our batters and QS and SVH for pitchers. The list also assumes that rosters are the ‘keep forever’ dynasty format with one starting
Today we`ll look at some players in the NL East and how they`re faring. A note on how we generally rank before we get to the goodness. We rank with a three-year window in mind, as most of you know, no one is really sure what the next three years
What’s up Dynastopians. We’re back! And if you’re anything like me, you’re kinda tired. I get it, and I see you. The world is moving very fast. So let’s slow it down and get to the obnoxiously long list of grown people who hit balls with sticks. Or throw balls
Whew. I can’t express how excited I am to share my Top 500 List for OBP dynasty leagues. It’s my first publicly available personal endeavor, so I’d be lying if I didn’t say there was a little apprehension. But only a little, and this won’t be my last Top 500
In today’s dynasty landscape, many dynasty owners’ cornerstone players can be found on the grass, such as Juan Soto; Ronald Acuna, Jr.; Bryce Harper; and Mike Trout. Each season, we find players who bring value to our squads out of nowhere. Other times, there are players who do not provide
Outfield is the sexy position. Think of the all-time greats: Mays, Ruth, Aaron, Clemente, Griffey, Bonds, Trout…all of them play(ed) outfield. Right now, is there a group of players with as much potential to yield Hall-of-Famers as this current one? Most of the top are under 25, so it is
Since 2019, Scout the Statline has occasionally run our predictive data models over past periods to 1)test our approach’s efficacy, and 2)see how current minor leaguers compare to star minor leaguers from the past. You can view our original piece from 2019 by following this link. You can view our
Hey everybody, your friendly neighborhood dynasty dad here. Thank you as always for tuning in for some more Top-500 OBP list action! A few notes and various housekeeping items before we dive right in this time, in list form, as is my right: The list is now a Saves +
The Roundtable is back! This week, Bob, Ryan, Chris, and Aaron pontificate on how they handle bad trades when they land in their inbox. It’s part of the game – but we all know if it can be frustrating as hell. As always, thanks for reading.
Scouting the Statline focuses on using aging curves and major league equivalencies to generate peak projections. Peak projections put all minor and major leaguers on equal footing for comparative purposes, allowing us to easily build data-based rankings and leaderboards.