This week's Z Files
discusses the fine tuning of the ranking system. We're looking at the first run with the described changes. To be honest, I'm still not warm and fuzzy with the effect of the opposition, in part because many teams have yet to establish their identity. Don't worry, I'll keep plugging away.
Something came to me as I was adding comments. A neat way to put things in perspective is determining how many starting pitchers will likely be active in your league, then using that as an eye-test cutoff. For example, in a 15-team mixed league, most teams will use seven starting pitchers, with some deploying six, meaning about 100 starters will be active each week. Check out the pitchers near that mark and see which side they fall. I did this with not only 15-team mixed, but also 12-team mixed along with 12-team AL and NL only and was satisfied with the results.
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