I'm in a 14 team rot. league which is weighted slightly more towards hitting than pitching. Pitching stats are: W, CG, SV, HR, K, HLD, ERA, WHIP, K/BB
Having had nearly ALL of my SP BOMB HORRIBLY on me last season (except L. Hernandez), I focused mostly on hitting for this year's draft, and used the later rounds to take some hopeful sleeperish pitchers.
I ended up drafting a lot of SPs.
It's a 21 player roster for the league. Considering the stats the league counts-especially HLDS- I know that good RP is an essential thing to have, but seeing as a lot of roles aren't set for teams (who will be the primary SUs), I am wary about dropping the starters I have before I have given them a shot at one game.
Here is my current pitching staff:
C. Pavano (NYY - SP)
L. Hernández (Was - SP)
B. Radke (Min - SP)
B. Webb (Ari - SP)
D. Willis (Fla - SP)
J. Marquis (StL - SP)
E. Bedard (Bal - SP)
G. Mota (Fla - RP)
M. Adams (Mil - RP)
R. Madson (Phi - RP)
Is keeping these guys for at least one or two starts to see how they do a good idea, or should I be searching out RP on the waiver wire? For instance, someone just dropped Sheilds, and I'm not sure if I should grab him now and risk losing a potentially decent SP.