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shmolex wrote:Well, his pitching consists of
and since our league counts HR, Whip, ERA, K/9, and SV as categories in addition to W, K, CG he has a pretty good shot at winning 5/8 categories. Although as you would expect, there have been some weeks where his staff completely blows up or doesn't make the min innings. That's probably why he's in fifth. Then there are the weeks where he has an ERA and WHIP of 0.6. That's why I dont want to play him. It's basically a crapshoot.
noseeum wrote:If you're posting here asking, you're clearly torn about it. That should tell you what to do. I'm sure you'd rather win your league fair and square, so do that.
savvy_stu wrote:Had a similar situation like this in my fantasy football league last season.
Top four teams made the playoffs in a ten team league. I was in 3rd place, and I was playing the owner in 2nd in the last week of the season. Whichever one of us lost that week, could potentially have missed the playoffs. So, instead, we decided to ensure a tie, by benching both of our rosters. A 0-0 tie ensured that we both made the playoffs. It pissed off the guy in 5th place, but let's be honest, there was more strategy involved in the formulation of our rosters that week, than either of us had used for any other game that season.
BitterDodgerFan wrote:remember clippers vs nuggets this year? losing on purpose happens in real life.
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