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shortsavage wrote:I believe that moves along the lines that you speak of would be far more unethical than your opponent’s frequent pickups. We are well into the season now. If someone was using a strategy that you believe put him or her at a huge advantage, you should have evolved and tried to use it too. Knowing the rules since day one, you may disagree with the way that they were constructed, but I see it more honorable to settle for a lower finish than skew things and perhaps muddy up relationships.
Biting your tongue for the moment, you should have plenty of heat to bring when it comes time to formulate the league's rules for next season.
Hbj79 wrote:I don't think he mentioned what kind of league he is in. Therefore it seems to me that referring to "the rules" makes no sense. Obviously there are no universal rules that apply to all fantasy baseball pools.
AcidRock23 wrote:I don't really think that this is an effective strategy as sooner or later, he will guess wrong and get smoked. If he's been lucky for a while, he's probably about due to lose.
If you want to stop him from getting particular guys though, what you might do that I wouldn't have a problem with ethically, would be to drop some of your scrub hitters, pick his dudes up and play them in your lineup, even benching your 'allstars' to do so.
The odds of the AL MVP coming from the American League are looking pretty good.
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