I need your guys help with what my draft strategy should be for my snake draft this weekend. I play in a 10 team rotisserie 6x6 league with HRs, AVG, RBIs, steals, runs, and OPS for hitters; and strikeouts, wins, ERA, WHIP, saves, and quality starts for pitchers. Our starting roster is weird though. For offense we have one starter each at 1B, 2B, SS, 3B, and catcher, and 3 outfielders, one utility spot, and 5 bench spots. Pitching wise we have 9 spots. 7 of those will be filled by starting pitchers and two of them by relief pitchers (no bench spots, all pitchers start). The max number of starts for starting pitchers is 230 which means you can start all 7 starting pitchers from day 1 and not go over the limit (relief pitchers have not limit). What do you guys think my draft strategy should be then? I'm thinking of targeting starting pitching a little earlier than usual since we only have 9 offensive starters as opposed to the standard 13. Also I'm thinking of trying to get elite players at scarce positions like SS, 2B, and catcher early since I feel like I can hold off till later on at 3B and 1B since we only start one person at each position. I'm also valuing power guys much higher than speed guys since we have an additional category (OPS) which hurts straight speed guys like Michael Bourne. What do you guys think of what my thoughts are on my strategy so far? Also do you have any players that you think I should target that would help me in my league with the settings that we have?
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