It's said a rolling stone gathers no moss, but moss can be good to the fantasy gamer, in the sense of “boring” predictability based on a cleaner (yet often less impressive) track record. Let's say that a team started with Strasburg and Carrasco as the top two pitchers on staff, then suddenly a mossy rock (a Jose Quintana type) looks much more attractive. Other teams will be looking for risk/reward, the type of player that could vault up the rankings during the season but whose draft-day cost is discounted due to warts of uncertainty.
Due to the nature of this ranking system there will be disparity at the top in terms of points, but those with single, specific weaknesses will fall into a bin around 32-34 points. The perceived value of these players might match up to a certain point value, but their impact on specific stat categories can vary widely. This is why I find it necessary to begin
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