I tried an experiment last year and ended up in losing by 4 points because Yahoo didn't tell me TWICE that Lopez was pitching. Here's what I did:
I took the top 60 pitchers only and set them to auto-draft SP,SP,SP,RP...heh heh...with the remainder of the ranks left intact. I figured correctly that after those were drafted, I'd always have a choice of newcomers/regulars that got hot for my batters. Now that I think about it, after every 10 or so ranked, I should have had a slugger I thought that might have been available...but I didn't.
I would have won if a few things didn't go haywire. First, I dropped Wade Miller after suffering with him for 4 months. Of course, someone grabbed him and he immediately got hotter than "L". The guy who grabbed him had dropped Rodrigo Lopez...and Yahoo failed to notify me when he was bumped up a day 2 turns in a row. Had it not been for either dropping Miller or 2 missed Lopez starts, I would have won.
I finished with 95 points and the winner with 99...