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H2H Strategy for Inn/K/W/S/BB/ER

Postby cwrtlm » Thu Apr 12, 2007 12:12 pm

I am in a H2H league where The scoring is as follows:
In this scoring are SP way better than RP? And is it better to pick up some 2 start pitchers and play them over RP's. Since you get 2 points for every inning pitched and you don't lose points for a L.
I have some pretty good starters and I plan on streaming in 1 or 2 (2 start pitchers) in the rotation.
MY SP's: Kazmir, Halladay, Felix, Smoltz, Lackey, R. Johnson
RP's: Jenks, Saito, F. Cordero
2 start P for week 3 is J. Francis, going against SF/SD who both have little or no offense.
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Postby BravesGuy » Thu Apr 12, 2007 1:03 pm

its not really WAY in favor of SP, but it does help that you get points for innings pitched. I actually think this system favors Stud closers. A good one of those will rarely walk a batter, strike out a hand full and give you about 40 saves. Since saves are equal to Wins, then the advantage goes to the closer. He could earn you 400 points in getting saves alone and a good starting pitcher will give you 15 wins or 150 points.

just something to think about. and yes 2-start pitchers are a good thing, but all your starting pitchers are a must start even when only pitching once a week, except maybe Randy.
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