+32 isn't really that bad right now. If you have especially bad starts (mediocre guys going up against Colorado in Colorado, etc.), it wouldn't be a bad idea to start benching them, but don't get too selective. Chances are someone will get hurt and you'll lose a few innings that way. I generally feel that it's better to have too many than too few at this point, provided your guys are performing well.
Additionally, its useful to take note of how you're doing in K/9 rather than just Ks. If you assume that everyone will max their IPs, then the category effectively becomes K/9. This is why I some times feel that guys like Sheets are slightly over-valued in roto leagues: they'll give you 200 Ks but it'll be in 250 IP. This means that you're at a disadvantage to someone else who can get, say, 230Ks over 250 IP by combining a guy who will throw fewer innings (Pedro?) with a reliever with a strong K/9 (Duchscherer ?).
So yeah, pay attention to your K/9 rate as well, and if you're a little bit over your IP limit, it's no big deal at this point.
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