ftby74 wrote:we only have to pitch thirteen innings so i usually just try to spot start
Well, gee, talk about Russian Roulette. Are you putting your money on red or black?
If you spot start like that for a small amount of innings like that, then one or two bad outings and you can kiss that week's pitching stats goodbye.
Unless you start two players at every position or something, I would highly recommend trading some of those "backup" players for starting pitching ASAP.
One thing I don't understand is how you managed to hang onto first place with pitching like that. Perhaps you could enlighten us as to the juicy details?