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    I don't know how I missed everything about this ... I'm devastated. Sorry about that guys.

    Work got insane the last couple weeks. Hopefully I can get in next season!
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    I like the settings, but I'm confused by the innings pitched stat. I understand the need for an innings pitched cap, but it's also counted as a statistic. Wouldn't everyone finish the season at 1500, making the stat kind of pointless? Or am I missing something? (I normally always use innings pitched as a stat, but set the cap for GP rather than IP, so it rewards pitchers who can go farther into games).

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    You're absolutely right and thank you for pointing that out. I have taken out IP and ER as stats and added ERA and WHIP.
    Pitching stats are now: Wins (W), Saves (SV), Strikeouts (K), Earned Run Average (ERA), (Walks + Hits)/ Innings Pitched (WHIP)

    Thanks man.

    Quote Kadazzle wrote: View Post
    I like the settings, but I'm confused by the innings pitched stat. I understand the need for an innings pitched cap, but it's also counted as a statistic. Wouldn't everyone finish the season at 1500, making the stat kind of pointless? Or am I missing something? (I normally always use innings pitched as a stat, but set the cap for GP rather than IP, so it rewards pitchers who can go farther into games).

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    It would have been great to have you in the league man. Next season for sure.

    Quote joey_hesketh wrote: View Post
    I don't know how I missed everything about this ... I'm devastated. Sorry about that guys.

    Work got insane the last couple weeks. Hopefully I can get in next season!

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    Quote drizz wrote: View Post
    You're absolutely right and thank you for pointing that out. I have taken out IP and ER as stats and added ERA and WHIP.
    Pitching stats are now: Wins (W), Saves (SV), Strikeouts (K), Earned Run Average (ERA), (Walks + Hits)/ Innings Pitched (WHIP)

    Thanks man.
    My roster as constructed would not have reached 1500 innings (last year)

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    Hello fello Fantasy sports dudes!

    I am in a different baseball league and have been offered a trade that i wanted to run by you. I'd be giving Adrian and Beltre and Ichiro SuZuki and receiving Troy Tulowitzki and Mike Minor... any thoughts??

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    IMO that really depends on positional needs. Generally speaking, the infield spots (minus 1B) are the hardest positions to get value out of, and Troy and Adrian are two of the best at their respective positions. Due to his ability to run, Troy is more valuable than Adrian, but he also has significant injury risk due to being injured last year. Adrian is as consistent as they get in fantasy. Mike Minor has potential, but he hasn't