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bigh0rt wrote:You've got a pretty decent grasp, evidenced by the #4 point you make. Regarding your scoring system, very little changes with respect to the value of players. High-OPS players are often the most valuable anyway, so adding that as an offensive category only adjusts things slightly. Low AVG players who post high-OPS get a bump (think Jose Bautista last season or 2010, whichever season he bat .260 and not .300). Relievers become more valuable with the addition of Holds and BB both. In a Roto League like this, I would carry at least 6 relief pitchers, fill every RP and P slot with them (3 closers and 3 solid setup men for holds with good ratios and high K-Rates), and fill every single one of your bench spots with SPs. I'd value high-K, low-BB starters more so than usual and worry less about their ratios, as if you have the right relievers, you should get some relief in that department.
All of this said, if it ends up being a 6 team league, or even 8, it's going to essentially be a coin toss for me, as every team will be totally loaded.
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