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Thread: The Arencibia Memorial Classic - Extended Slump

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJH View Post
    I think it would increase chances of winning by a lot. You could have 6 SP and probably never miss a start - getting max points from them. Even good real life pitchers can have 200 point seasons, which is a lot of points for a hitter.
    Ya, ok. Spirit of the league would be invoked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Dinger View Post
    I see Orlando Arcia outscoring him on a total lack of power, speed, and runs. In fact I'm going to go big here and predict a 300 pt season from Arcia.
    Well I predict a 301 pt season from Anderson! The K's are a huge difference.


    KKKKKKeon Broxton is going to be a K and point machine!

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    Sorry for opening Pandora's Box.
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    Yes. There's only one Real min.

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    It's kind of interesting, in 2015 the total spread between the sum of the Top 5 pitchers and Top 5 hitters was only 104.5 pts. Last year it was 437 pts. James Shields kind of had a game-breaking season, but still, pitchers dominated this league last year. I still think that on the whole, the balance works pretty well, assuming everybody plays one player per position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyborg View Post
    Well I predict a 301 pt season from Anderson! The K's are a huge difference.


    KKKKKKeon Broxton is going to be a K and point machine!
    Keon should be good for 200+

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRM View Post
    it just occurred to me, and granted this is outside the spirit of the league.

    I think the way to win this league is to punt a batter or two, and role with 6 SPs.
    JP Arencibia just rolled over in his hammock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Dinger View Post
    It's kind of interesting, in 2015 the total spread between the sum of the Top 5 pitchers and Top 5 hitters was only 104.5 pts. Last year it was 437 pts. James Shields kind of had a game-breaking season, but still, pitchers dominated this league last year. I still think that on the whole, the balance works pretty well, assuming everybody plays one player per position.
    It's due to the league wide increase in HR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pendleton View Post
    JP Arencibia just rolled over in his hammock.
    I was kinda curious how Arencibia would have scored in his god-awful 2013 season, since this league wasn't around then. It's not as exciting as I thought, but 296 pts in 138 games is pretty respectable. He probably would have led catchers that season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyborg View Post
    It's due to the league wide increase in HR.
    That's a pretty good hypothesis, and since Shields allowed 40 HR I'm inclined to agree. I guess we'll see how this season goes... if pitchers dominate again perhaps I'll water down the Pts scored for HRA next season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Dinger View Post
    That's a pretty good hypothesis, and since Shields allowed 40 HR I'm inclined to agree. I guess we'll see how this season goes... if pitchers dominate again perhaps I'll water down the Pts scored for HRA next season.
    The HR increase both suppresses batters and inflates pitchers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyborg View Post
    The HR increase both suppresses batters and inflates pitchers.
    Are you sure about that?
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    I think we all know it's the latter. The Mariners have been a disgustingly bad offensive for a decade now and nothing has changed.

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    So at what point do I just lock jaysblue's team? Alternatively, I could just give him 13 roster moves for the season and keep everyone else locked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Dinger View Post
    So at what point do I just lock jaysblue's team? Alternatively, I could just give him 13 roster moves for the season and keep everyone else locked.
    Meh. Just lock him now. Who cares if every team is competitive when a couple of owners don't even care?

    Zach's team is also full of studs

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    It's a little embarassing for the league that the AJ Prellers are in second place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdamGreenwood View Post
    It's a little embarassing for the league that the AJ Prellers are in second place.
    I was noticing that, pretty funny. Jose Altuve is filling it up.

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    It's embarrassing that only 4 of the top 31 pitchers are owned and 5 of the top 35.
    It's also embarrassing that only 6 of the top 16 hitters are owned.

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