Cutline Scoring Question

Postby mtgannon » Fri Mar 10, 2017 10:50 pm

There has been some debate in a fantasy baseball Facebook page that I am a part of about the number of points earned with a HR. I believe that it is 13 points -- HR (6) + Hit (4) + RBI (2) + Run (2) - AB (-1) = 13.

I pulled a player from my team last year (Ian Kinsler) and did the full season points calculation counting HRs as 13 points. I came up with 732 points which matches his point total on the NFBC website. Runs (117*2) + Hits (178*4) + HR (28*6) + RBI (83*2) + SB (14*5) - ABs (618) = 732. Am I missing something?

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Re: Cutline Scoring Question

Postby KJ Duke » Sat Mar 11, 2017 1:29 am

Correct, standalone HR stat is worth 6, but it also counts as a H, R, RBI and AB, so the actual total for a home run is 13.
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