Here are our top 30s re-printed in one post, followed by a combined list. I simply awarded 30 points for 1st place, 29 for 2nd place, etc. So Jeremy Hellickson, who all three of us had #1, received 30 points three times for a total of 90.
And the combined list (the numbers under the DM, JL, and KG columns are the ranking we gave them individually, not the points):
1. Between, the three of us, 37 total players were ranked. Last season, with an extra ranker (Andy Leslie), 41 total players were ranked.
2. In all, 24 players were ranked in the top 30 by all three of us. 5 players were ranked by two of us, and 8 players were listed on just one ballot.
3. All three of us had 9 of the combined top 10 in our personal top 10 lists. Doug had Drew Vettleson in his top 10, while Jake and I both had Nick Barnese in our top 10s.
4. Of players who were ranked by all three of us, Derek Dietrich had the widest range. He was as high as 16 on Jake's list and as low as 30 on Doug's.
5. The top 10 contains 8 pitchers and 2 hitters. 11-20 has 4 pitchers and 6 hitters. 21-30 features 3 pitchers and 7 hitters. 31-37 has 5 pitchers and 2 hitters. So in total, the top 37 has 20 pitchers and 17 hitters, but the talent up top is clearly in the pitching.