great gretzky wrote:how can this even be questioned? Everyone gets the same amount of innings, he can use them as he sees fit.
Bingo! It's a roto league with max innings, so everyone is equal in that respect.
This strategy is used all the time in fantasy baseball. Typically the owner who drafted pitching heavy doesn't get full value due to him being screwed innings wise (and the league knows it), but the rest of the league needs pitching and that does allow for him to get some
value for his pitchers that are racking up stats that he does not get credit for.
Not a strategy I'd suggest to anyone, but I have seen it used tons of times, and even work quite a few times. Nothing wrong with that strategy at all since everyone is allowed the same amount of innings.
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