Check this line, last 30 d.: Player A: (31/94) .330, 14-2-11-0, rated 75 overall. Okay, it's all relative, but not a bad month... But check this month out: (27/90) .300, 13-9-26-0. Much better, right? The tiny bit of advantage A gains in average is more than made up for by the SEVEN more homers and the FIFTEEN more RBIs B collected. I mean it isn't even close -- yet Yahoo! says Pedro Alvarez, Player B, rates 91st in the last 30 G, compared to David Freese, Player A, at 75th? Crazy! Look deeper than the ratings, fantasy geeks; they are sometimes WAY off!