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ayebatter wrote:Hell, you could draft all arms for your first 8 picks and control all of the pitching stats, then just buy whatever speed is left to fill out your offense. I think it would be easier to draft Lincecum-Halladay-Greinke & 5 closers in a row that would dominate week in and out, than it would be to draft enough bats to dominate plus 5 closers.
edit: WR close your eyes, 'cause I think I'm going to try this in the h2hws.
Seanyfever wrote:I have always played in a one win league from beginning days til now.... I played in a few leagues with points and win per category. I hated the one win per category. Win is a win. A blowout should not count for more. In a few roto leagues, there are some teams that tend to lose interest after ASB especially when they are in the cellar.
In my primary league of 14 teams made up guys I started playing tee ball and little league with, we actually play H2H one win and roto at the same time. Cash is split and we have two winners- H2H Champion and Roto Champion. We all strive to win both... If you are bottom team in roto, you can still squeak wins out to qualify for playoffs and then get a hot streak to win. A few times our 8th seed has been in the finals. I love that all stay in the game all year. Interestingly, on just three occasions in almost ten years has the roto team also won the H2H.
If I had to pick, I'd go H2H with the one win per week.
dmattingly23 wrote:AquaMan2342 wrote:PLAY ROTO
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