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Howie wrote:In h2h, its all about offense. I usually use my first 4 picks on offense, since offense is more consistent on a week to week basis. If you draft Santana first round, he could have a crappy week and ruin your pitching stats for the week. A player like Holliday wont kill you if he has a bad week. Also, pitchers are much greater injury risks.
Yoda wrote:You need good pitching to win in H2H. ERA is the tie breaker and so many times a playoff series comes down to it.
freeling_prideful wrote:It is true that ERA is important, but I could also argue that what you should do is draft offense-heavy and then, in the middle rounds, get some high-ceiling starters and pick up an elite reliever or 2 before filling out your staff in the late rounds with elite MRs. A RP-heavy staff will generally be better at 3 of the 5 categories (ERA, WHIP, SV) and depending on how you do with midseason pickups/FA acquisitions you could actually compete some weeks in W and K as well.
JasonSeahorn wrote:What if your team is balanced but weak? Sure you can consistently score in categories across the board, but your team could just be consistently bad. In that case should you try to make trades to overload certain categories? If so, which ones would you suggest?
This isn't for my team btw, just a general thing I think people may find helpful.
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