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11/27/2012 3:08 PM
Of course it can.  It's not brain science. 
12/3/2012 2:58 AM
I've had a fair bit of success in Portland by overvaluing contact and batting eye (led league in walks and few K's four seasons running, was a few K's too high five seasons ago or it would be five).

In terms of pitching I have found putting together four #2/#3 starter types works well. 78 overall types.
12/3/2012 12:25 PM
Posted by burnsy483 on 11/26/2012 10:28:00 AM (view original):
You'll get varying answers.  But my thoughts are A) Get pitchers that throw strikes - since it's harder to get a hit, don't make it easier for your opponent to get on base. And B) If you can get basestealers, that's a plus.  Since it's harder to score runs, make it easier by getting guys who can move around the basepaths.
I would tend to think the opposite way as far as having control pitchers.  Since you're getting outs from the ballpark, I would be OK with a few guys with lower than optimal control.  I'd certainly want good splits and pitches, but I'm guessing I could sign a couple pitchers like this for reasonable money since most owners place a premium on the control rating.
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