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Old 06-09-2017, 06:14 PM
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Default Anybody ever look at similarity scores?

I was on baseball reference today just looking at some similarity scores. I saw that Roy Sievers and Greg Luzinski are rated #1 with each other. Yeah, I could see that. Then I looked down and saw that the #10 rated guy with Greg Luzinski is Fred Lynn. I guess batting wise, maybe they are similar, but having seen each of them in the field, could there be any two players less similar than Greg Luzinski and Fred Lynn?

Anyone else notice any funny comparisons like this?
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The sim scores are really a "just for fun" thing. Sometimes they're useful, sometimes they're not, and they really shouldn't be taken too seriously.
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