Hey Zube, out of curiosity, do you actually workout various formulas and what not when drafting a team? Because I try to keep it as simple as possible: (1) search for players for the particular park I intend to play in; (2) check their normalized numbers (I pay no attention to their season's + numbers); (3) check their fielding ratings and pct; (at least a 'C' for CF, an 'A' for SS and a 'B' for 2B; and (4) if their performance history shows they'll hit and/or produce runs, I draft them, regardless of their range as long as the SS has a RFF of 4.50 or higher. Anyone else can be D-. All of the various formulas that others use is way over my head. Ha ha ha!!!