Using BABS in deeper leagues
BABS is great, but she's not perfect. She works best with players who generate statistically significant performance samples. BABS likes playing time. As such, she works like a charm in most standard mixed league formats.
But once we start dipping into those batters likely to see just a few hundred plate appearances, or rarely-used pitchers, her impact starts getting a bit diluted. The error bars around those players' projections are pretty wide anyway, and BABS only serves to make the range of possible outcomes even wider.
We don't all play in 12 or 15-team mixed leagues . . .
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