my early season pitching numbers, with the exception of one league, have kept me compeititve this season. but, one looming downside to my strategy has been the innings limit.
i've got pretty impressive win and save #s in all three leagues, respectively they are (wins/saves) -- 26/28, 28/40, 26/33
65.1 over (1250 limit), 60.0 over (1500 limit), 119 over (1250 limit), respectively.
i bring this up because i want to ask you guys about strategy... should i try to bulk up on starts now, or should i skip my non-studs (i.e. bartolo colon, zach day, carlos zambrano, brett myers) a few times to try and lower that amount?
i usually have an obscene # of closers, or at least i try to as well... RPs in the three leagues - [mesa, koch, biddle], [foulke, rivera, jimenez, looper, julio], [mesa, julio, alfonseca (i'm so waiting) ] one fear is that if i run the well dry with starters, my save totals are bound to also hit the brick wall sometime over the rainbow.
so what would you do? thx in advance, i'll be all over your questions and posts in the interim.