It has come to my attention that there was a bug in the code that published how baseball-reference defines WAA and not WAR. This affected articles posted here describing individual batter WAR numbers such as these two:
WAR correlates very strongly with their WAA so I don’t think any rankings will change, just the numbers published in the tables are wrong. I may republish those tables.
For some reason I failed to double check batter WARs. Pitcher WARs and Team WARs were extracted correctly and published correctly in WAA vs. WAR analysis. The page at WAR Totals 1970-2013 used a different script to make that table so its numbers are correct.
Do not confuse the WAA computed by baseball-reference.com with the WAA computed here. They are computed very differently. This is an unfortunate happenstance as I only included the baseball-reference WAA value in mid level data to do number analysis on it one day.