New Year’s Day Fan Projection Targets: Decade Leaders

Today, we enter a new decade, which will be only the second decade in the FanGraphs Value Wins era. Let’s start off the new decade by adding some more projections for the career leaders in Value Wins: Albert Pujols, Alex Rodriguez, and Roy Halladay.

Albert Pujols has tallied 63.5 value wins in 5406 plate appearances since 2002, and is the leader in batter value wins and overall value wins. In 2003, he compiled 9.0 WAR, his best season of the era.

Alex Rodriguez has tallied 59.6 value wins in 5364 plate appearances since 2002. In 2002, he compiled 9.8 WAR, his best season of the era.

Roy Halladay has tallied 49.6 value wins in 1710.1 IP since 2002, and is the leader in pitcher value wins. In 2003, he compiled 8.0 WAR, his best season of the era.

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Father Time
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Father Time

Obama is a Socialist! I’ve had enough, I’m going to watch TMZ now.

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Happy New Year.

ATepperm
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While not strictly related to Fan Projection Targets, FT’s talkin’ the truth.

Otherwise, keep up the good work.

ATepperm
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While not strictly related to Fan Projection Targets, FT’s talkin’ the truth.

Keep up the good work.

ATepperm
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And, uh…yeah. I didn’t mean to post that twice.

Starting off the New Year by looking like a tool. Good work, Tepp.