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Breaking down amount of Pitchers to Draft

Postby daniel80111 » Sun Mar 16, 2008 8:28 pm

I have a question for people. How many SP's and RP's would you draft on your team if your league works on a 7 general "P" slots?? I am confused, I also have to mention there is a 1350 innings pitched limit. Any advice would be great, thanks!!
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Re: Breaking down amount of Pitchers to Draft

Postby Payne Dailey » Sun Mar 16, 2008 8:36 pm

my MO is four 200+ ip SP and five 75 ip CL/MR in a league like that, you can drop an under preforming MR for a upstart SP if needed.
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Re: Breaking down amount of Pitchers to Draft

Postby mak1277 » Mon Mar 17, 2008 8:02 am

I think this is really dependent on your overall draft philosophy. Personally, I tend to draft hitters early and pitchers later. As a result, the back-end of my rotation is...well...mediocre. To combat that, I like to draft a lot of pitchers so I have a better ability to make in-season moves and changes to my rotation.

I do play weekly leagues only though so that factors in.
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