A few good closers or setup guys that have high K's and low ERA are good to own and can come cheap. If at some point you get too far behind in the ERA and WHIP categories then start streaming pitchers off the WW in hopes to increase K's and W's.
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silverZ wrote:Load them up with closer and elite setup guys to help your ratios. Swap your SP in when you have to. Unlike football, baseball takes a daily effort to adjust your lineup. Good luck & have fun!
silverZ wrote:ps. F the Yankees
Agree 1000000%, even with that being theoretically impossible...
ZachShalack420 wrote:So, I shouldn't start ANY starting pitchers in the 4 P: positions??
In a league that allows daily moves, no. You obviously want to put in your starting pitchers when they are pitching, but (ideally) you shouldn't put them in a non-bench spot when they aren't starting. They won't accumulate stats on the days they don't pitch. Relief Pitchers will accumulate stats on a semi-daily basis, so it is better to play them when your SP aren't throwing that day.