Scoring - Maximum Innings Pitched option for Head-to-head leagues
Requests to add maximum innings pitched requirements for H2H leagues. Currently, this feature isn't supported in H2H leagues.
hardyworld . commented
HtH leagues should have both a min. and max. innings pitched per week (e.g. 20 and 50 respectively).
Roto leagues should have both a min. and max innings pitched per season (e.g. 700 and 1400 respectively).
Samson Lee commented
Not having a start/Innings limit is killing our league. Everyone just hordes SP. Next year I either have to nerf pitcher stats or reduce Pitcher slots to like 2 which are both stupid when an IP limit or Starts limit would make so much more sense. 7 days in a week, 7 starts.. simple.. or 63IP (7 games a week and 9 innings per game)
Jeremy Murillo commented
I'd like a setting for H2H leagues that would limit the number of games started by starting pitchers (actual MLB games started) per week.
If a pitcher starts an MLB game, regardless of his Yahoo position designation, it counts as a start. So 'openers' would also count as a start towards the limit, along with traditional multi-inning starts. No relief appearance would be counted as a "start".
It should be coded so that if a team goes beyond the limit, ALL pitching stats for that day are voided.
Tarik Warvariv commented
This needs to be added during this season. As other people have mentioned every other fantasy app has this as a setting. It allows for pitcher streaming to be controlled. Makes literally zero sense that this isn't an option. I'm having to track every pitcher start each week to make sure people in my league don't go over a set start limit we've agreed upon. Definitely makes me want to switch to another platform next year if this isn't added.
Adam Sheridan commented
This may be more ideal as a two part option--either a Maximum Innings Pitched or a Maximum Games Started for H2H
Tampa Dude commented
Maximum innings pitched is already a Fantasy Baseball option. Why isnt it available head to head. This option prevents cheating. Please add it
Matthew Castagna commented
Every other Fantasy app (ESPN & Fantrax) supports this functionality. Can Yahoo please update to include. I would hate to move off this fantasy platform.
Tate Pierce commented
This would be very helpful in many league settings & protect against steaming. Just include none as an option for leagues that don't want/need it.
Kyle Klingerman commented
Ability to set start limit please! Egregious this is not available for H2H leagues
Zach Pressley commented
Would love to see a Max GS as a limit to leagues.
You can have more than 1 guy go on a day but lets say after 7 GSs you can't have another Starter or you won't get the stats from any starting pitcher, only relief pitchers
Mike Smyth commented
Adding my voice to this. Please make it happen, but it's been three years since it was posted and you haven't. So I won't hold my breath. This is an advantage ESPN has over you that feels very easy to fix.
josh essex commented
Needs to be a max inning option or starts option in head to head point leagues
Maybe for the goons who dont know pitching, Yahoo could separate pitcher and batter transactions for Commissioner settings.
But, in my view streaming mirrors todays game better anyway. Real teams are now using 6-7 pitcher rotations, adding 27th player for DHs, and sending pitchers up and down from the minors like crazy. Add in openers, and you got a real need to stay on top of things.
For the players who cant keep up, just play a weekly league that locks your lineups.
The rest of us enjoy the real game.
Plus, steaming pitchers is no guarantee of anything.
I commission a variety of leagues. The best way to limit streaming with Pt leagues is to use 12 or more team leagues. 14 teams will really fdonthe trick.
Also, your commissioner can take the time to set up the points to punish losses more heavily, and not reward as much for IP or QS, etc.
I have one league like this with 10 teams and a lot of available streaming options. However, most of the streams lose the player points as they are the pitchers nobody wanted anyway. The player has to really pay attention to matchups, etc to get rewarded. Making that choice of giving someone else up doesnt always pay either. You got to give to receive. Choose wisely.
People like streaming leagues. i do.
Your commish can limit weekly transactions if you dont enjoy playing daily
Andrew Gillis commented
I think it'd be pretty easy (and beneficial) for Yahoo Fantasy League Baseball to create a pitcher-innings limitation feature for H-2-H. It'd work like this...
Allow commishioners to set an innings-limit for each weekly match. For the sake of argument, let's say it's 72 innings total (SP and RP).
If I were to exceed that limitation on a Saturday, then my counting-stats for Saturday (and the remainder of the match) would be negated, and my pitching-week ends. My pitching-stats would "roll-back" to what I had at the completion of the previous day.
If I were to have a worse ERA or WHIP because of my Saturday, those values would remain as is... thus a true "punishment" is incurred for my weekly overage. I don't think this would be very hard for Yahoo coders to implement. That said... and I'm not 100% sure of this... I think this overage punishment would have to happen *after* the weekly "Stat Corrections" are completed.
Dave Davis commented
Our league, If I had a Hammer ID#8566, since 2003, is considering leaving yahoo format, because there is no H2H controls for pitching, specifically starting but also relievers. We have lots of streaming, which most of our team owners don't like, but have to exercise, in order to remain competitive. In order to control streaming, there has to be either a weekly limit on innings and/or starts for pitchers in H2H leagues. Other systems like CBS or ESPN, offer number of games pitched or started, as a controlled limit, in league set up. Our league respectfully asks why doesn't Yahoo offer such control in league setup, when other systems do, even in your own roto leagues. We are asking that Yahoo not only consider this but implement it. This control would be very helpful and appreciated by long time Yahoo Fantasy Baseball Enthusiasts.
Nolan Rabine commented
My league made the switch from ESPN this year, a platform that limits starts in a weekly matchup to 12 per team, and it seems unfathomable to us that Yahoo doesn't even have an option to limit the number of starts per week. Leagues that want unlimited starts should be allowed to have them, but those of us who don't want to see teams streaming 20 starters a week shouldn't have to be enforcing that manually. This is a massive oversight.
So easy to implement, do it!
No limit on innings pitched is a big problem in my league, this should be implemented ASAP!
Needs to happen!