I would like to set my line up for future games beyond just the very next one. Because I have a life, I am not always at a computer, especially on vacations, or getaway weekends & would rather not have to constantly monitor my team, especially with regards to fatigue. I would like to set my team knowing I won't have a guy at 79% because I missed checking for a couple of days. I know we can set an automatic sub factor when a player goes below a determined fatigue percentage, but I'd like the freedom to also change my line-up depending on which opponent my team may be facing in a few days.
Also, I thought some time ago the "Milacki factor" was to be corrected, but it has still been used against me effectivley in the playoffs. Milacki & McDowell come to mind. It's a joke when a reliever doesn't pitch all season & then he has Superman abilities in the playoffs.
I also agree that low HR's allowed by pitchers should be weighted more heavily, making their $ value go up. This may allow for HR ( power teams) being a little more on par with the value and success that SB (speed teams ) currently seem to have. Love Joss, but it does take away some of the fun when most teams carry him on their team.