Fantasy points will be awarded for all actions during a
possible extra innings (if scores are tied after 9 innings are
played by both teams)
Each batter will get points only for one of the following
events - 1B, 2B, 3B or Home Run. A player will not score points
for completing bases (1B to 2B, 2B to 3B, etc.) if he’s not the
batter on strike
Runs Batted In (RBI): When a Run is scored, the batter who was
‘at base’ (i.e. on strike), whose action caused the run to be
scored, gets awarded an RBI. For example, a batter hits a double
(2B) and has teammates are on 3rd base and 2nd base. In that
play, if both his teammates reach home plate, his team gets 2
runs, while he gets awarded 2 RBIs. If he hits a home run (HR),
then he and his teammates would reach home and the team gets 3
runs. The batter would get points for a HR, 3 RBI (2 for his
teammate, and 1 for himself), and 1 Run.
Innings Pitched (IP): A pitcher is given 1/3rd an IP for each
out he/she records. However, the way IP is displayed is a little
different. For the first out, it is shown as 0.1 (which means
1/3), the 2nd is shown as 0.2 (which means 2/3) and the 3rd is
shown as 1.0. In terms of fantasy points, 0.1 IP = 1 pt, 0.2 IP
= 2pts, 1.0 IP = 3 pt, 1.1 IP = 4 pts, etc.
If a batter scores a home run, the pitcher gets points for
Earned Run (ER) + Hit Allowed (H). For example, if there is only
one batter on the field and he scores a home run, the pitcher
will get -4 points. (-3 for Earned Run and -1 for Hit Allowed)
If a pitcher gets a strikeout, he will get a total of 3 points
(2 for the strikeout + 1 for the out)
A player who has been transferred from one team to the other
might still be available for selection for his older team until
the next scheduled team update on Dream11. However, no points
will be attributed to the player in such a situation.
Data is provided by reliable sources and once the match has
been marked as completed i.e., winners have been declared, no
further adjustments will be made. Points awarded live in-game
are subject to change as long as the match status is 'In
progress' or 'Waiting for review'.
Winners will be declared for matches where there is a result. A
match usually has a result when a minimum of 5 innings are
played by each side.
If a player is announced in starting lineup, but is replaced by
another player before the match starts, the player who comes in
as a replacement will get points for that match.
Hit By Pitch (HBP): There are no fantasy points for a Hit By
Pitch (when a pitch hits the batter's body). The batter is given
a walk to first base, but no points are awarded to either the
batter or the pitcher