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Date: Oct 14, 2016
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Is there a convenient  way to normalize stats?  For instance. A player in Colorado with 45 HR's would be much different in Oakland.  

In very simple terms  - If Colorado has an index of 111 and Oakland is 80 would that player IN HOME GAMES hit 31% less HRS??  



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Here is all you about ballpark factors. This is not the way it would affect Strat cards. That is different calculation.

http://www.baseball-reference.com/about/parkadjust.shtml

 

 

 



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Yea I'm dealing with salary's and trying to determine how much WAR lowers when a Colorado player moves to Oakland. OR, is it really enough to worry about. It's only 81 games. I suppose it's more player dependent and how HE did when playing at home and not some overall value.

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If you are in a Strat league you can actually look at the cards and see the effect. It makes a difference in Strat for sure.

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Sort of hard for future cards though when looking 2 to 4 years ahead.

and how much of a difference exactly when dealing with 4 year contracts with options.  See what I'm saying?  If a player is 5 million a year in Colorado what should his salary be in Oakland. If I new he would hit 10% less HRs and his average would be 20 points lower I could factor that in.    



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Grinder12000 wrote:

Sort of hard for future cards though when looking 2 to 4 years ahead.

and how much of a difference exactly when dealing with 4 year contracts with options.  See what I'm saying?  If a player is 5 million a year in Colorado what should his salary be in Oakland. If I new he would hit 10% less HRs and his average would be 20 points lower I could factor that in.    


 This sounds like problems real teams have. Good luck!



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This sounds like problems real teams have. Good luck! 

And being a Brewer fan something they seem to fail at with so many St. Louis pitcher trades and free agents

 



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