clubhouseotter20 wrote:How would you go about breaking ties in the final standings?
The chances of a tie in Roto are very slim, but still you need to have a rule for it. Here is how my leagues do it.
26) Breaking Ties In Standings
The tie-breaking procedure for the standings are as follows:
A) The tied teams are ranked in each catagory as in the normal standings (In a three-way tie, the top team gets 3 points - second, 2 points and last, 1 point). The points are totaled for each catagory and the most points gets the higher place in the standings.
B) If a tie still exists after the first tie-breaker, the tied teams will take their total innings pitched and multiply by three. To this number they will add the total at bats. The higher of this composite number will determine the higher place in the standings.
This is not something we made up, it came out of the Official Glenn-Waggoner Rotissirie Rules.