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so, should i bench every pitcher with those kinds of leads? he has no starters going today and 4closers.
sox 06 wrote:I'm in the same quandry, my only SP that is going today is Scott Olsen and my opponent doesn't have anyone. I'm winnning the week 8-2 and I'm holding onto the last playoff spot by 2 games. I am winning ALL of these catagories.Who do I bench?
SP Chris Carpenter
SP Roger Clemens
RP Jason Isringhausen
RP Brian Fuentes
P Akinori Otsuka
P Ben Sheets
P Brad Penny
BN C.C. Sabathia
BN Scott Olsen STARTING
DL Francisco Liriano
Richie Rich wrote:2 answer the 2 of ures, yes bench all you have a good enough lead...
i have a similar thread and basically the same question
http://www.fantasybaseballcafe.com/foru ... p?t=237805
I am winning in my H2H matchup this week, today is the last day, the score is 12-1-1
Here are the categories and respective scores: (only pitching, that's where i need the advice, min. ip is only 5 ip)
(me: 19 ip,3bb,13h,4er & opponent: 7.66ip,2bb,8h,3er)
I am winning all 7 pitching categories...
Basically I countered his strategy all week...His strategy is to start solely his closers which is all he has (nathan, jones, saito, & ryan)...i countered with my 5 closers; mcclung, mastny, wickman, otsuka, and f. cordero...i only started c. carpenter this week and got a W and CG which i was hoping for...so basically my strategy has worked out so far so good...
Now here's the $1 million dollar question...Since i have a comfortable lead here, do i bench my 5 closers today so there is no risk of any blown saves and make his closers beat me? i can realistically only see him coming back and tying or beating me in saves out of all those categories...thoughts?
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