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Big Game JLo wrote:SouthBronxBombers wrote:I like the weekly leagues. You don't have... 20 starting pitchers take the mound for your team. It takes more strategy... and actually lets you win with the team you drafted, not just whoever is on the waiver wire each week.
The way to get the best of both worlds is to put a cap on the number of FA transactions you can have. Our league is set to 40 maximum moves. It allows enough to grab "hot" players, but not enough to start "20 pitchers" per week. This makes you rely upon your drafted players more, while allowing you to substitute according to matchups midweek.
TheYanks04 wrote:H2h is not Roto.
And H2h is so much luck to start off with, what difference does it make? Get JD Drew for week 1 or someone gets hurt and whacks you...all luck. Start RJ when he gets lit up...pick Vazuez when he doesn't...it works the same for your opponent and if the breaks go against you and you lose a top player you are screwed anyway. And if the other guy loses a top player you catch a break. I fail to see what the difference is outside of some emotional desire to have to make a few transactions day to day. To each his own.
Big Game JLo wrote:I suppose that is where the discrepancy lies.
I abhor Roto. It most ALWAYS gets to the point where in the last 3-4 weeks of the season, the winner is determined. Like in real sports, as long as you make the playoffs, you have an opportunity to take home the trophy (ie: 2003 Florida Marlins). That is why I prefer H2H. And that is why I prefer daily changes.
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