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blaseta wrote:As for 27 being too many, I counter that less than 20 is way to little.
AussieDodger wrote:blaseta wrote:As for 27 being too many, I counter that less than 20 is way to little.
I hear ya brother
10 and 12 team leagues strike me as unbelievably boring. What is the challenge?
It is more fun picking up a Jack Cust or Ian Snell off waivers and watching them blossom. In 10 and 12 team there is too much talent on waivers.
I'm in 18 and 20 team dynasty leagues.
Third Day wrote:I love larger leagues but it also increases the chances that someone will quit during the season.
Finally, I strongly disagree that "everything about this league fails". I think the focus may differ very much from traditional formats, but I would agrue that the skill required to succeed is higher given that study requires a lot more than just taking available rankings (because of the absense of runs, steals, strikeouts) and that you need to have a good grasp on a lot more players.
Wouldn't more categories mean that you need to have a good grasp on a lot more players? I'm in a 9X9 league, you talk about knowing a lot more about players. Do you even know who J.J. Putz, Health Bell, or Joakim Soria are? Do you even care what studs may be called up?
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