Before Joss, there was Bob Caruthers, because the SIM underpriced pitchers who could hit.
Before Caruthers, there were a bunch of pitchers from 1894 because of the way the SIM priced normalization, and A+++++ range OFs.
Before the 1894 pitchers there was 1994 Greg Maddux when the Superman Long A strategy was in vogue.
It is, of course, true that WIS desperately needs to update the algorithm and the pricing. But owners who play in OLs are hyperefficient, and it will only be a matter of weeks before the new equivalent of Joss is discovered and someone will be complaining about that.
They should probably commit to yearly pricing updates, but WIS has a massive tendency to overcorrect (notice what has happened to low PA catchers with A+ arms - now completely unusable), so one hopes they will be moderate in their next update.
And before someone suggests for the umpteenth time that WIS incorporate dynamic pricing, that discussion has been had here dozens of times over the years - it won't work.
Two better strategies:
-- Don't play OLs. There are plenty of theme leagues that exclude Joss.
-- Beat him. There is a really good thread by crazystengel if you search these forums that discusses the kind of team that will do very well against Joss and his ilk.