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A discussion with Eno Sarris yesterday reminded me that I hadn't yet released the Hitter Volatility Leader Board for 2011.
As of August 4th, here's how the predicted Volatility of hitters shakes out:
Remember, the most useful way to use Volatility at this point is to look at players of similar productivity (i.e. those within .001-.003 wOBA points of each other) and compare their Volatility scores.
And be sure to check out Eno's latest post at FanDuel, where he does a great job of walking through Volatility's applications to fantasy baseball.