There's just no point in trying to convince guys like Kaiser, WickedSmaat, and other streamers that streaming is an unethical tactic. If you don't see how spamming more starts at the end of week is bush league through our numerous, illustrative examples, then it's hopeless to try and convince any of you any further. I just thank God I'm not in any of your leagues, because your style of playing would infuriate/disgust me. Not everyone here will do anything it takes to win, that's the whole freaking point. If I'm losing on a Saturday night to a staff which had two-start weeks by Greinke/Halladay... guess what, I'll TAKE the loss, because my team wasn't good enough. It's ONE week in a long season, and two-start weeks come and go. Some weeks, I'll have the advantage in # of starts, other weeks my opponent will. If there's a guy going on Sunday who I honestly think will better my team in the long-run, I will add him and gain an extra start, but I'm not keeping disposable roster spots to do this repeatedly throughout the year.
Just because streaming is possible under your league settings doesn't make it ethical. Realize you are employing a cheap, widely-criticized tactic, and take whatever satisfaction you can in your hollow victories in which you spam 30 starts in a week with crappy, WW pitchers to iron out somebody's well-constructed pitching staff. Bravo, your Sunday night trio of Brian Bannister, Dontrelle Willis, and Nate Robertson ironed out my W/K margin of victory. You absolutely deserve to win these categories because you have such astounding strategic insight to keep disposable roster spots on your team for this exact purpose.