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Re: Which SP do you take here?

Postby Beeblebrox » Fri Feb 24, 2012 12:04 pm

jonance wrote:Thanks all.

@ SecretAgentMan I'm in 2 H2H leagues and always use the same tactics when drafting...hitting first. I won both leagues last year. The great thing about H2H is that in a league with Holds and Saves, your starters only account for 4 categories, and 2 of them you can usually win with quantity. I usually throw as many starters up as I can, keeping one slot open for spot starters.

Meanwhile while others are drafting closers I'm getting offense so I have a team with Braun, Votto, Konerko, Uggla, Choo, Werth, Arod, Weiters, Beltran, and Jeter.

And I lineup is veteran heavy and relying on some bouncebacks...but I'm going with what works for me. The guy who took Heyward last year over Konerko lost to me in the playoffs ;-)

No offense, but that sounds like a bad strategy.

With your scoring system, I'd only grab two or three SP in the draft, getting quality instead of quantity. Then load up on elite RP, both closers and set-up guys. That way you stand a good chance to win Saves, Holds, ERA, and WHIP each week, compete in K's, and pretty much punt W's.
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Re: Which SP do you take here?

Postby millerpark » Fri Feb 24, 2012 12:09 pm

Lewis has been a much better pitcher since returning from a stint overseas. The Rangers should once again be contenders in 2012, so consider Lewis a viable mid-rotation Fantasy arm.

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