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Positional backup players or more pitching?


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#1 JohnJSal

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Posted 01 May 2013 - 03:36 PM

This is a re-post of a question I asked in the Bench Coach forum. It was suggested that since this question is more about theory than practice (i.e. my personal lineup), I ask it here instead.

I like having a backup for each position, but I suppose they are somewhat wasted as long as the main player is starting. Is it good to have this, or is it better to stack up on pitchers?

I just don't like having empty roster spots on a day a batter isn't playing.

Thanks.

Edited by The Harsh, 01 May 2013 - 03:38 PM.
As this question pertains to a team-specific strategy, it is BC material.

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