The Constitution gives me the right to say that.whoseyourdaddy12 wrote:chadlincoln wrote:You must be a rookie who has no clue what you're doing. You must not have any drafting skills that you have to cycle SP's because you have no clue how to draft good SP's. That's ok. Hang around the cafe a while and you'll learn. One day you'll get a clue.Randy Watson wrote:Thanks for the profound insight from the ivory tower oh wise one. Now get back on your high horse and ride off into the sunset please.
P.S. Before you go off on Madison, maybe check who you're talking to rookie. On his high horse? Maybe his league involves knowledge of the game of baseball, not loopholes in your fantasy league.
What gives you, chadlincoln, the right to say that? How do you know how long hes been playing for? He could have more expierence then you. Yes, he made a dumb comment but he was insulted, so it gives you no right. You could be at the same level as him, as the only icon you have is the mock drafter thing or whatever (but same here, so we could all be on the same level)
Seriously though, my drafting icon only means I participated in a mock draft. That doesn't mean I was chosen from everyone here at the Cafe because I was the best and had great insight into fantasy baseball. What that means is that I was around in the off-season and bored and participated in a mock draft.
I don't know how long he's played. All I assume is that any manager who churns doesn't know the first thing about how to draft pitching or they wouldn't have to churn. Draft good pitching and spot start a few guys during the year. Don't use a loophole in the system. Any idiot can win 2 categories by churning. Winning by churning is like winning a 2-team league. You did it, but it's not worth anything. You haven't proven knowledge of the game by winning and sticking with your team, adding and dropping during the year based off need and what you think a guy will do, not based off of getting as many cheap IP's as possible.
Hang around the cafe and learn a few things. Then you won't have to churn pitchers because you can't draft or know nothing about SP's. My initial reaction to churning is that the owners don't have enough knowledge of the game (rookies) to draft well so they load up on quantity over quality.