This blog is dedicated to showing how meaningless individual stats for a baseball player are. The blog will show the reader how individual stats can be used, and where they can be used to help define a player.
For starters, you the fan, will have to realize that baseball is played by individuals for one purpose. The purpose being, the success of the team. To many fans have been taught that individual stats tell the ability of a player. These fans have lost sight (or never had the sight) to realize that it is not what a player achieves for himself that is important, but what the player helps his team achieve that matters.
As I post in this this blog, I will show you how to judge talent, and how to judge the best players in the game of baseball. It really isn't complicated. I will show you how to draft the best possible prospects for a team can be drafted. One caveat, this method, know as the WIN METHOD is not good for fantasy baseball leagues. Why? Because fantasy leagues are determined by individual stats, and individual stats are relatively meaningless.
Please come back, and learn real baseball. Use your common sense, and you will be enlightened. You will see baseball in a new light and not get bogged down with meaningless individual stats.