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jimmy.impossible wrote:What are the pros of this? You say 5 guys went over last year and 4 were close. If you increase the number of innings...5 guys will probably go over and 4 will be close.
I would think you should always max out your innings and the stupid Yahoo loophole will always let you roll over the innings maximum.
My bigger concern is the watering down of the waiver wire with an extra dozen pitchers on rosters.
As an aside, how does the league handle that Yahoo loophole? I've played in other leagues where managers will basically raid the wire and stack up on pitchers (including a lot of SP) that day that they are going to go over the innings limit and get as many stats as possible. Does the league condone such a practice or, while within the "rules", consider it "shady"?
The Thrill wrote:By keeping the IP's lower, mathmatically it makes it that much more important that you have quality guys out there. As you spread (or increase) the IP's you're allowing for more flexibility and you're not quite as deeply impacted by poor decisions (i.e. "Shoot I shouldn't have started him"). That said, of course, it depends upon just how much we increase the IP limit.
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