johnnie2130 wrote:So, to win the WHIP, you want your pitchers giving up the fewest walks and hits as possible and pitching the most number of innings?
Fewest walks and hits, yes. In the most innings? Not necessarily. As long as you meet the minimum, you want the lowest WHIP. For instance, say you meet your minimum on Friday and have a WHIP of .95, you might want to sit your pitchers for the rest of the week depending on your other numbers.
If you don't meet the minimum for a given week, you automatically lose all of the pitching cats for the week.