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When looking for a fantasy baseball mock draft, you may run across some unfamiliar scoring types.
Here is a brief breakdown for each of the various fantasy baseball scoring styles:

Mixed 5x5:The mixed 5x5 scoring set uses players from both the American and National League. For hitters, this scoring set considers five statistics: Batting Average, Home Runs, Runs Batted In, Runs Scored, and Steals. For pitchers, this scoring set considers five statistics: Wins, Earned Run Average (ERA), Walks + Hits/Innings Pitched (WHIP), Strikeouts, and Saves.
Teams: 8-16
Roster Spots: 23 total: 2-C, 1-1B, 1-2B, 1-SS, 1-3B, 1-MI (2B,SS), 1-CI (1B,3B), 5-OF, 1-UTIL, 9-P (SP,RP)
Rotissiere Scoring on traditional 5x5 categories (HR,RBI,AVG,SB,R and W,S,ERA,WHIP,K)

Yahoo Style:The Yahoo scoring set still uses the 5x5 scoring categories, but has slightly different roster requirements, and can be Rotissiere or Points scoring.
Teams: 10-12
Roster Spots: 23 total: 1-C, 1-1B, 1-2B, 1-SS, 1-3B, 3-OF, 2-UTIL, 2-SP, 2-RP, 4-P (SP,RP), 5-BENCH
Points or Rotissiere Scoring on traditional 5x5 categories (HR,RBI,AVG,SB,R and W,S,ERA,WHIP,K)

ESPN.com Style:The ESPN.com scoring set also uses the 5x5 scoring categories, has different roster requirements, and can be Rotissiere or Points scoring.
Teams: 10-12
Roster Spots: 25 total: 1-C, 1-1B, 1-2B, 1-SS, 1-3B, 1-MI (2B,SS), 1-CI (1B,3B), 5-OF, 1-UTIL, 9-P (SP,RP), 3-BENCH
Points or Rotissiere Scoring on traditional 5x5 categories (HR,RBI,AVG,SB,R and W,S,ERA,WHIP,K)

WCOFB High Stakes:The World Championship of Fantasy Baseball is a high stakes event that uses 5x5 Rotissiere scoring and has 32 Roster spots.
Teams: 14
Roster Spots: 32 total: 2-C, 1-1B, 1-2B, 1-SS, 1-3B, 1-MI (2B,SS), 1-CI (1B,3B), 5-OF, 1-UTIL, 6-SP, 2-RP, 2-P (SP,RP), 8-BENCH
Rotissiere Scoring on traditional 5x5 categories (HR,RBI,AVG,SB,R and W,S,ERA,WHIP,K)

AL 5x5: The AL 5x5 scoring set uses players from the 14 American League teams. For hitters, this scoring set considers five statistics: Batting Average, Home Runs, Runs Batted In, Runs Scored, and Steals. For pitchers, this scoring set considers five statistics: Wins, Earned Run Average (ERA), Walks + Hits/Innings Pitched (WHIP), Strikeouts, and Saves.

NL 5x5: The NL 5x5 scoring set uses players from the 16 National League teams. For hitters, this scoring set considers five statistics: Batting Average, Home Runs, Runs Batted In, Runs Scored, and Steals. For pitchers, this scoring set considers five statistics: Wins, Earned Run Average (ERA), Walks + Hits/Innings Pitched (WHIP), Strikeouts, and Saves.