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Japanese Major League Equivalents

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Japanese Major League Equivalents
I just finished my annual article on the major league equivalents of players who are free agents [Baseball Guru], likely to be posted, or are "players to watch." I'll spare the details, but I'm using new standards for the "players to watch," and so there's a lot more coverage on this topic. Enjoy!

Jim Albright
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Re: Japanese Major League Equivalents
[ Author: jalbright | Posted: Dec 23, 2008 11:37 PM ]

I've realized there's a small problem with the way my method calculates ER (and thus has an impact on ERA), especially for guys who allow very few runs. I'll be modifying those aspects of the article shortly.
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