On the Projections tab in the app, you'll see a variety of different projections, including Team Total Projections, Player Fantasy Point Projections, and Detailed Stat Projections. And all of this data comes directly from our simulations. These are the mean averages for our sims for that particular game on that slate. So for example, if we are projecting the Dodgers to score 5.3 runs, that means on average, they score 5.3 runs per game in our set of simulations. These are not historical, and this is a common point of confusion.

For example, if we are projecting Byron Buxton for 0.48 home runs, that means he hits on average 0.48 home runs in our game sims for that particular slate. And that is not saying that he is averaging 0.48 home runs per game on this particular season, for example. This is a good thing. And this means that this data that you're seeing on the Projections tab here is accurate and useful for the exact game situation the team is playing in that particular night. If you have any other questions, feel free to check out some of our other videos in the support documentation. Thanks and good luck.

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