quickfingerz wrote:When I win, it's strategy...
when I lose, it's just bad luck (or just injuries)...
I oppose to a previous statement:
in H2H there is far more strategy (especially with a big bench ie: yahoo leagues)... suppose I'm down on stolen bases but well up on every other hitting stat, I can pick up 4 hitters who can run and try to tie or beat my opponent. so you can have pretty decent control of wins, K's, and SB's.
There's also a thing I call "non-illegal roster churning"; when I need wins or K's, I pick up a decent starting pitcher for the next day but I won't drop him until 1 or 2 days before his next start so no one else can pick him up.
2 things. One, I think loading up on guys to win a category is cheap, I equate that to spot starting/quantity over quality, about which we had a 15 page thread earlier. i think you draft a team that you think will win most of the categories in a week and, for the most part, stick with it. Two, how is that pitching strategy different than churning?
Rest in peace Mitch Hedberg. I name my fantasy team "Buoyancy of Citrus", in your honor.