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Quick Poll Regarding Innings Pitched

Postby rhynowoody » Fri Mar 25, 2011 1:44 pm

I have a 12 Team Mixed Daily Roto with 9 Pitcher slots and 8 Bench slots totaling 30 man rosters.

What is an appropriate Innings Pitched cap?

1800 (200 per slot)
or something closer to 1500 (166.7 per slot) or 1600 (177.8)

or something else all together?
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Re: Quick Poll Regarding Innings Pitched

Postby Court Jester » Mon Mar 28, 2011 11:54 am

Post a poll and let your own league members contribute/decide.

Really depends what type of league you want. Do you want owners to decide on which pitchers to start based on matchups (lower inning total) .........or mostly have to start pitchers even against tough lineups or tough ballparks to compete in the Strikeouts and Wins categories. With 8 bench spots, it would seem you might want owners to dip a little deeper and be forced to consider 5th starter type quality (or lack thereof).

I am leagues with both. One league (1750 innings) 5th starters must be considered. In another, (1350 innings), good middle relievers are more vlauable.

But in mind, the best way is to ask league owners and/or post a poll.

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