Typically LSB does an excellent job projecting Elvis Andrus. But 2013 was a big disappointment as Elvis struggled offensively for much of the year. He didn't hit as well and all the doubles vanished. Much of the community was expecting a step forward for Elvis in his age 24 season.
On a positive note, the defense and baserunning were both strong, as they always are, and his overall value wasn't bad as almost a 3 win player. But not at the level of the back-to-back 4 win seasons he had in 2011 and 2012. Additionally, Elvis hit .301 / .358 / .378 in the second half of the season, much closer to the .293 / .357 /. 391 projected by the community.
Congratulations to kjtrill for having the lowest score* with his projection. Here is a spreadsheet with how everyone did.
*Score is the average number of standard deviations away from the actual 2013 value
|Top Five Projections|
|Bottom Five Projections|
|88. Adam J. Morris||700||.311||.372||.421||3.55|