"When you stream you punt ERA and WHIP, usually, but you dominate Ks and Wins. If you have 3 or 4 really good starts from a pitcher and your opponent has some weak starts then it is possible to win all pitching stats.
You can counter streamers though, but most people don't. Just bench your starters and play relievers. Punt W and Ks, but go after ERA, WHIP and SVs."
I never understood the fun in this. For me, there is still a bit of sanctity to the game. When you draft your team, that is YOUR team. I don't mind transactions, and encourage trading in our league, but constantly churning your roster is weak and slimy. We had one owner who did this years ago and we quickly changed the rules so that we draft more players for a farm team and then limit transactions to three for the year. Basically streaming is an unfair tactic as there are very few leagues where EVERY owner has the time to constantly track the waiver wire. And it is unreasonable to expect those time commitments from everyone. What ends up happening is that it ticks everyone off... which is not good for the health of any league.
Change the rules and don't ask the owner back.