For our Runs list vs ADP I compiled everyone that contributed at least .5 R per game last year. The list includes 62 players. We have 15 new names that we have not seen as of yet. For those 15 newbies, I placed their names in bold for quick reference. Typically if a player is not a HR threat the Runs category will be lead by players who hit high in the order and/or players with a high OBP because they take many walks and HBP throughout the season. The only 2 players who did not make the cut on our Runs list from our 20, 100, .280 crew were Delmon Young and Corey Hart. They both typically batted 6th in their respective lineups, thus the regression compared to others. The lower in the batting order a player hits tends to lead to a decrease in Runs scored. So target lead off hitters and 2 hole hitters if you want to punch up the Runs category in your league. Just remember certain statistics correlate to one another. Players who steal bases tend to bat higher in the lineup, in front of the heavy hitters, where they score more runs. So guess what is on deck for tomorrow...yep SB leaders.