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New H2H Commish! HELP!!! WHIR

Postby RPDfire007 » Mon Feb 28, 2011 6:46 pm

Whats up guys. I am a big Roto player for the past few years and now my commish has stepped down so I am taking over for him and the league voted on changing to H2H.

So..... what stat categories should I put on. Right now I set the league up with.





I only added in QS as a tie breaker category. Thoughts and any comments or recommendations are welcomed. Thanks in Advance!
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Re: New H2H Commish! HELP!!! WHIR

Postby bigmck » Mon Feb 28, 2011 6:53 pm

Hi -- You need to have an even number hitting and pitching stats. Yours are good. Even if you have an uneven number of stat categories, you could still have a tie since a category could tie. Stay with an even number. Six hitting and six pitching are good. Are you playing on ESPN? They have a good site for H2H and it is simple to use and free. == I couldn't help notice the name of the town that you are from. Rather unusual.................
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Re: New H2H Commish! HELP!!! WHIR

Postby dfa » Tue Mar 01, 2011 2:47 am

I think you might be double counting hits a bit by using AVG and OBP. A could tiebreaker might be either AVG or OBP as the chances of a tie are pretty slim, though ESPN can allow for ties in the standings.
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