Your game has an unfairness about it and flaw. As it is now, if you have two good RPs, and no SPs in your active Roster, you can easily win three of the Pitching categories (Saves; ERA; and Whip), if you can get a total of 7 appearances from the two RPs in the week, which would occur most of the time if they were good Closers. This does not make SPs that important, and does not make having more SPs in your Active Lineup during the week that helpful, since if they have a bad game, your ERA drops, whereas RPs typically do not give up many runs. They need to change the scoring system, to whoever has the most total points from all stat categories for all Players in your active Roster at the end of the week, gets a win, and the opponent gets a loss. and the top 4 teams that had the best record make the playoffs, and get rid of the current scoring system, where you win by winning more stat categories at the end of the year. You should also go to 10 Team leagues, so there is not as much competition giving you a better chance of making the playoffs, and you can get more of the better players on your team, which is more fun, and allows you to still have a chance to make the playoffs and win, if your one or two All Star players get hurt for the year, since there are more star caliber players as free agents available then, since there is less Rosters in the League. I would also have an option for automated draft, like CBS has, and for that draft it would not be a true snake, and rather has the #1 pick in first round get the #8 pick in the second round, which does not penalize players with higher picks as much and makes sense, since you do not have control of who you get in an automated draft. These changes will attract more players and will make the game more fun for all. I realize with 10 teams, the prize money may have to be lowered slightly, but if you can afford to keep it the same, as for 12 team leagues, I would, since you will make up that money, with more people being attracted to your Fantasy Baseball through these changes.
Warren Bedell commented
In head to head or rotisserie leagues.......if any of your pitchers record a 3 up 3 down inning you get a 1. Next time a 2, then 3 etc. etc.
Thus a cumulative positive counting stat for the pitcher.
Warren Bedell commented
1, 2, 3 inning or 3 up 3 down.
When your pitcher gets this you get a 1 in your matchup, next time will be 2 and so on. Positive counting stat. What you think?