moochman wrote:I also like to carry a hitter who multi-position availability to insert on days off. I also like to have a slot devoted to players who may blow up, or just blow. That allows me a cutable player for any injury coverage or waiver wire wonders. As the season progresses I learn where my weaknesses are and adjust my roster to cover my sloppy drafting.
Agree with this one.
What it comes down to is that most of the time, teams share off days. So the day that you would put in your backup, he's off too. However, if you have a guy who can fit in a few different positions, you might get some value out of him.
I use the rest for extra starters until I figure out who is good this year or for middle relievers to help out with ratios if there's an innings limit.
0-3 to 4-3. Worst choke in the history of baseball. Enough said.