Well I took the time to do the position by position analysis. I really dig this stuff so once I get going; it just takes off. I've based the positions as best I could; ours is a little easier, but you can take Hamblin for example who has played both C and 1B. So there is some variance for us, and am sure even more for them; based it as much as I could on their most recent series. I've included the 'slash' stats, OPS, OPS+, and wOBA/wOBA+ from college splits. They use weighted on-base average; wOBA attempts to measure a player's overall offensive contributions (a home run is worth more than a single). It is not a derivation from OPS but a separate formula. They adjust it for park & schedule; Georgia's offensive adjustment was 1.1; ours varied from .9 to .99. (Tougher schedule for sure; not familiar with their park.)
I adjusted the OPS based on their adjustments and normalized it to the league. For non-qualifiers, I used a non-linear weighted average as theirs was 1.1 across the board, and ours had some variance, but won't matter too much in the grand scheme of things. I also included strikeout per plate appearance. One of the articles on their main page lists 18% as crucial for MLB prospects. I've started looking at some historical data, so will include that - plan on doing 05 offense for starters and 03 pitching, I think it was and will post that at a later date. Italicized numbers are those I derived from the averages.
Ruiz, I think was a first baseman, but got shuffled in with the DHs.
Pitching was pretty standard from what I've done. I've moved the HBP out of the other columns, and included a WILD portion which includes the total number of walks, hit by pitches, and wild pitches on a 9 inning basis. I'm still working out what I want to do with it, actually.
College Splits includes the same park adjustment/schedule adjustment for pitching. I used that as I could do produce an ERA+ when compared to the SEC average. They have a different formula for fielding independent pitching, so I included their adjusted FIP for park/schedule and included my standard DICE component.
Some of the relievers were non-qualifiers so FIP+ was not available and I used a non-weighted average to determine park/schedule factors.