mkultra wrote:What I really wish you could do is true MLB-style waivers- a player retains his salary if he's picked up at the next available interval, but drops to $1 if he clears.
The problem with this is what if some stud goes down with 6 or 7 weeks left in the season and it's known that they won't return? Their salary is market for them being healthy so they have no keeper value. They're not coming back so they have no in-season value. But once they clear waivers (since noone has any use for them) then they become a $1 guy for next year.
You can arrive at some really weird and really skewing incentives and situations.
0-3 to 4-3. Worst choke in the history of baseball. Enough said.