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Proposed solution to the "start a million pitchers" problem

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Postby AT » Mon May 02, 2005 3:52 pm

We just charge per transaction. $3 per add/drop and $5 assessed per trade per team involved. Makes the draft more important and more importantly, more money in the pot.
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Postby Blueberries » Mon May 02, 2005 4:02 pm

Adding categories like losses and HR will also prevent owners from picking up too many average pitchers.

But i use the 40 moves limit for the first time this year and i love it.
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Postby looptid » Mon May 02, 2005 4:26 pm

Yeah, changing from K to K/9 with a minimum weekly IP is the simplest and best way to solve the problem. ;-D Then you don't have to bother keeping track of each team's moves and the lot. In a 5x5 the only category you could take by adding a ton of pitchers (as most closers with a steady job don't drift about on waivers or in the free agent pool), would be wins.
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