Friday, April 30, 2010

Why Check Your Rosters?

I've manually entered in 1824 players since ATB started about a decade ago. If my rudimentary math is correct, this works out to be approximately 74,000 cells of data entry and over 180,000 key strokes.

I just bring this up to point out that I undoubtedly made errors along the way. Richard found a big one today with Lefty Grove - he pitched 288 innings in 1931 and I created him in the system with only 188 IP.

Please take a moment to scan your roster for at least some gross errors on my part.

Justin found another yesterday where I logged Dave Bancroft's error rate as over 150 instead of around 80.


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