Yup, we need more info, particularly how many roster slots your league has for each (and how many total bench slots).
I have always been a firm believer in limiting the number of bench hitters you have to one or two. If you have a solid team, you don't need to tinker with it most days. Deal with injuries when they happen.
This gives you more flexibility with your pitchers. You can carry extra starters and play matchups. You can carry extra closers or good middle relievers. The benefits far outweigh what you get from having a bunch of hitters you can't use most nights.
But that's just me.
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