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Wanted: Your Fantasy League Data

I last collected league data two years ago, so it's time for a refresh.  The RotoAuthority dollar values (and your own, if you're crazy enough to create them) can be greatly refined if you fulfill this league data request.  We'll post info on what it took to win a standard league in 2010 as well as SGPs for the more hardcore players to use.

If you were in a 12-team mixed rotisserie league with 14 hitters (C, C, 1B, 2B, SS, 3B, CI, MI, OF, OF, OF, OF, OF, DH) and 9 pitchers in 2010, and used the 5x5 categories of AVG, HR, RBI, R, SB, ERA, WHIP, W, K, and SV, please consider taking a minute and filling in this spreadsheet with team data.  You may have to change the Points column if there was a tie in the category.  Please note that I can only use data that fits this specific league format.

Once you've filled out the spreadsheet please email it as an attachment to rotoauthority@gmail.com.  Also in your email, please include another piece of data: the average number of at-bats, the average number of hits, and the average IP total for a team in your league.  So you'd have to get the totals and divide by 12.

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