valuation with transaction caps

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Cain Fan Sucks
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valuation with transaction caps

Postby Cain Fan Sucks » Tue Mar 10, 2015 3:29 pm

My league is at Yahoo, 28 man roster, no more than 60 pick ups, 1450 IP limit and these starting spots:
C, 1b, 2b, ss, 3b, OF, OF, OF, util, util, SP, SP, RP, RP, P, P, P.

How would your philosophy on overall rankings change in this format? You can't stream SP or RP, and you have to speculate on closers wisely. It also happens to be a dynasty league with 8 keepers (any 8 you want with no draft slot or inflation), so even though there are deep benches a couple of those spots typically go for holding young studs in the minors. I'd love to hear some thoughts as to how you'd approach this style, thanks!

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Grey
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Re: valuation with transaction caps

Postby Grey » Tue Mar 10, 2015 4:16 pm

I'd make sure I drafted at least one top 15 SP, and preferably two in the top 25
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If you want me to look at your team, post the team. Don't post a link to another site where the team is.
Have you given me all the info I need to judge your team? The number of teams in the league is a good start for the big overall questions.
Is your league H2H? Roto?
I don't know who's on your waivers. Don't just ask me who you should pick up. Give me names to choose from.
If you only have one team, post your team in your signature with the league parameters.
I don't know every single matchup for next week, so if you want me to choose a player for the following week and you think the matchups are important, tell me who they're facing.
There's more than one player with the same last name? Then spell out who you're talking about.
Thanks!


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