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great gretzky wrote:Ok, so I am in a hotly contested league with steals, except the bottom two teams are pathetic in the category, because they both punted at the same time to get prospects for next year. I am currently debating whether to trade off my closers to both knock down my competition and try and improve elsewhere, hang on and hope, or just hang on, while realizing I might not improve. The principals don't really matter, other than I am 35 saves ahead of the person behind me, and 40 ahead of the last person. I have 5 closers, would just keep one in case of emergency and trade the rest. The leader of the league leads the next two teams (who are tied by 23), and has three closers. I am behind by two from getting one point, would need 5 to get two, and make up 10 to get three/four, but that is way unlikely.
So without getting into specifics, what would you guys do, and what do you usually do? I am safe with the position I have. I have the same amount of closers as the guy immediately ahead of me. Do I hold out for that point, or do I divest of mine, and try and scare the other teams. This would involve not taking full value, of course, but the value might be expressed in the standings. So, philosophically, what is the traditional move here?
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