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In Praise of Two Catchers

March 15, 2017

Mendoza won’t change the league to two catchers because he says there’s no consensus, and he only changes stuff if there’s consensus. Or if he wants to get rid of holds then he just does it and fucks the rest of us who’ve traded picks.

Anyway, here’s a Fangraphs piece by Brad Johnsonon why two catchers are better than one that says it better than I ever could:

http://www.fangraphs.com/fantasy/in-defense-of-two-catcher-leagues/

Best bits:

Perhaps it’s not intuitive, but you can get more out of your catcher slots by not rostering a catcher. On those certain days. Most starting catchers sit on Sundays, so you’ll want to stream in a solid backup like David Ross. Oh, he’s gone… maybe Josh PhegleyJett Bandy? Perhaps there’s a great pitching matchup to snag.

My fantasy experiences are improved when I have to dig deep for strategic advantages. I prefer to have as many pathways to success as possible – and I like to try them all. Two catcher leagues enable me.

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