Dear hghsteroid. You have accomplished what no believed possible: you have a) united the users here at WIS Baseball despite their many ideological and other differences, and b) convinced us all to support WIS in any lawsuit you bring against the website despite our legitimate grievances because your supposed slights are so ridiculous.
Please, take the time to read the forum posts, especially those posted by contrarian23 at the top of this Forum as "Best of WIS Forum". Look up how to use AAA. Look up how normalization works, so that you can more accurately judge the performance of your players. Learn about how fatigue and how pitching and pitch counts work from Elbirdo and contrarian23. Learn about the "fatigue" strategy and whether you want to use it. Go to the bottom of your Draft Center to set your searches for "Advanced Stats" so that you can then more carefully select players and improve your teams.
Learn about Theme Leagues and Progressive Leagues and how many are very different from Open Leagues (OLs). See how to use the + and # stats.
Find out how small sample size impacts hasty judgments about player performance. Learn about how the quality of other OL teams means that players will not perform as they did against average players in their own time and place.
And hold off on making comments until you do these things and then, once you are informed, come back and ask questions, as people here are happy to help and provide info and advice because we all want good quality competition.
You have one legit point: WIS should let new owners know that they need not draft so many IP and PA and should draft a number of $200,000 players who they then replace with AAA (those infamous 2014 nominated players who are NOT from 2014 - see "AAA just the numbers"), so as to level the playing field somewhat.
But there is a steep learning curve here and we all went through it and it is somewhat painful. You are going through it now. Be patient, and stop threatening WIS with absurd and flighty legal action.