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Smileyman9 wrote:I agree with everything that's been said here...starting pitching just isn't as stable once you get past the top 10 guys..and even then luck filters into it.
If you look back at the pre-season rankings you can learn quite a bit
I'm going to use a site that someone posted on here...I believe they made it so I'm sure they're kicking around the board here somewhere. It was a great resource...they took and averaged together multiple rankings for assorted sources and made a master list.
Top 20 ranked SPs
How many of those guys would you still consider top 20 material?
beatdrum wrote:I use the strategy of not drafting starting pitching until the 7th round or so-unless someone just falls in my lap. This year my first starting pitcher was drafted in the 8th round. Here is my drafted starting pitching...
Brandon Webb (8th)
Josh Beckett (9th)
Scott Kazmir (14th)
Chris Young (15th)
Daniel Cabrera (18th)
Carlos Silva (20th)
There are some bombs in there of course, but after making a few moves in the early part of the year, I now have one of the top staffs in our league, and because I concentrated on offense early on, my hitting stats have put me in first place!
My point is, if you do your homework, you can get quality starters late.
Well who are each teams relievers?
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