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Maybe this helps: I cap pitching at 1400 innings with a SP, SP, RP, RP, P, P, P set up and have had the same set up for years. Teams with a five man SP rotation and who fill the RP option slots regularly with RP always fall right around the 1400 total end of season. It works out pretty perfect. Jerk teams that load with more than 5 SPs that they constantly start for stats always max out early and lose out on RP stats. Which is great to me since a Major league team usually has a 5 man rotation. In other words, 1400 max innings has worked out for an intended 5 man for stats rotation; and a team can still have 6 or more SPs, they just shouldn't start them all all of the time in my league. I would guess it's the same result as you want with a 162 game max idea.
Just to add info, he's a top prospect catcher and had end of last season MLB time, and will most likely be on the roster when the season opens.N L shared this idea ·
I'm a commish, and don't really get the problem on this one. I renewed the league for the year, always the same teams, and it automatically included all of the teams. In the past, they all had to accept the invite that went out and it was a pain to wait for them all to join, when in the end they all mostly did. When one wanted out, it gave me a chance to have another player take over their team, something good being a keeper league. For a player to delete their team doesn't seem too hard; but maybe I'm missing something about your concern.
Can't speak for Fantasy Baseball, but comparing Yahoo Football to ESPN Football, ESPN's version sucks. It's way too many steps to see previous season filtered stats on a player. Maybe ESPN baseball is cleaner on that.