WaCougMBS wrote:I give up - the level of irrationality and lack of listening on the "pro-change" side is actually irritating me, which should never happen in this forum. The change is 100% wrong on multiple fronts and his question isn't as poorly clarified as it is baseless, as well as answering itself in the initial post...
Hey, I'm not, "pro-change"'; I'm pro-"answering the question that has been asked". If someone comes in here and says, "Ignoring the mantra of no veto except for collusion... here's my situation... blah blah blah... should I veto?" it would be a pretty silly response to say, "No, you shouldn't veto. You should never veto except for collusion."
He didn't answer his own question in the initial post; he just ruled out the only answer you wanted to give.
bobbleheadrusty wrote:At this point does how they drafted matter? What if a team drafted Gallardo, Bedard and Myers? By Week 4 he may have needed to opt to stream to keep up. That means that that team spent the last dozen weeks basing his strategy and decisions based on streaming. I (and almost everyone else) would consider it incredibly unfair to change the rules at this late stage.
The point is, a significant percentage of FBL players consider streaming a viable strategy so if you want your league to be stream free you must set the rules up to prohibit it in advance.
This gets to the merits of what the guy is actually asking. His point about, "what if someone already dropped a pitcher they would have kept based upon the streaming strategy" is on point.
0-3 to 4-3. Worst choke in the history of baseball. Enough said.