What sort of sta/dur combo among your 4 best pitchers would make you consider a 4 man rotation?
3/19/2013 10:21 AM
It would be all about durability.   I'd probably need at least 27+ on all 4 to want to do it.   That way I could maybe run a 60-70 TPC/MPC on a 65 STM guy and expect him to be 100% when his turn comes around again.    And that would get them thru 4 innings.    The best would be at least 30/70, IMO. 
3/19/2013 10:28 AM
3/19/2013 10:39 AM
Links 3-5 don't work but I don't really need them.   I prefer to give my pitchers an extra day at 100% so I always go 5 man unless I'm in a tight race down the stretch.  I also move my better pitchers around with that 100% in mind to get them more starts.   Finally, I don't think you can have too much good pitching.  An injury changes everything.   Having 5 could start and only using 4 isn't a bad thing.   You have a good RP and injury insurance with that 5 pitcher.
3/19/2013 11:10 AM
I have talked to another coach, and we seemed to agree that playoffs is about 50% luck.  What are your thoughts on that?
3/19/2013 11:51 PM
50% seems a little high.  But, in a short series, one bad game by an ace pitcher or one good game from a 2nd rate scrub can be a series changer.   I always say "Get in the playoffs and let it shake out."  Which is why the tankers who need "super teams" are kind of dumb.   Losing for a real life year in order to build your 120 game winner only to lose a 5 games series to an inferior team makes little sense.
3/20/2013 8:17 AM
BL and biz seem to disappear and re-appear from the forums around the same time.  Same person?
3/20/2013 10:22 AM
That has crossed my mind.  If it's true, that's one psycho bastard. 
3/20/2013 10:57 AM
Draft prospects were just released , and theres an 18 year old pitcher who has awesome current ratings.  Probably the 2nd best pitcher based on those current rankings.  But his projections are only about 6-9 points away from his projected, across the board.  I have 14/14 for scouting, but I'd find it strange the 18 yr old wouldn't gain that much.  Would you roll the dice on his current ratings and forget the projections?  Or pass?
3/21/2013 3:57 PM

Most likely with a little variation based on his make-up.   I took Hardball Dynasty – Fantasy Baseball Sim Games - Player Profile: Randy Gagne with the 8th pick and zero HS scouting based on his currents.    Worked out OK for me.

3/21/2013 4:06 PM
Is this guy a 2b or a LF?

 Hardball Dynasty – Fantasy Baseball Sim Games - Player Profile: Guillermo Perez

If I play him at LF, this guy would be my 2b (otherwise he'd be a utility guy)

 Hardball Dynasty – Fantasy Baseball Sim Games - Player Profile: Heinie Kinney

If I play him at 2b, I'd need to find a LF, but obviously he would hit better than Kinney
3/21/2013 9:31 PM
IMO, he's good enough to play 2B.  He's not winning GG but he's good enough.   His bat makes him a SS candidate at 2B.  Do it, do it now!
3/21/2013 10:30 PM
Who would you consider a "better" hitter?

switch hitter with a batting rating line of 88/72/94/74/94
RH hitter with a batting rating line of 82/87/9973/83

Neither can do much besides hit, but the switch hitter is a better runner (but still below average) and can play 1B, while the RH hitter is plodding and is a DH or part of your RF experiment.

I think I like the switch hitter better, but I'm not sure
3/22/2013 4:05 AM
They're going to produce about the same simply because of the SH ability.   Just depends on what you need in the field. 
3/22/2013 8:40 AM
Am I crazy to even consider giving up my NL bye-obtaining team in Coop to get my old franchise back in the AL, when that franchise is available only due to a MWR casualty?
3/22/2013 10:05 AM
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