Some quick background first: I'm the commissioner of an 8-team ESPN H2H points league with mostly the normal scoring system (a point each base, steal, RBI, etc. for batters and +/- 5 for W/L & +/-3 Save/BS for pitchers, added bonuses for CG, SO) but clearly pitchers can get you more/fewer points than a pos. player depending on their outing.
We start: C, 1B, 2B, SS, 3B, 3 OF, 2 Util, 5 SP, 2 RP and have 5 bench players and lineups are set weekly.
My question is which strategy works better for a draft? Loading up on strong positional players and just streaming pitchers each week or getting a bunch of aces and taking second/third tier pos. players to fill your roster.
I've seen both strategies be effective based on the specific manager's preference and managing style, but I've always gone with the strong position players and try to grab one ace. I've only won the league once in the past five years though.
Any help is appreciated! WHIR!
Thanks to GiantsFan14 for the sig