Tiebreaker

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Nicky Numbnuts
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Tiebreaker

Postby Nicky Numbnuts » Fri Feb 01, 2013 6:13 pm

My 10 team roto keeper league had a tie in 2010 & 2012. We had no tiebreak rule in place so we in essence had 5 winners in 3 seasons. This offseason the league voted to have a tiebreaker and we' re kicking around ideas. The 24 th player on each team can be usead as either a pitcher or a utility batter. It's kind of cool as it adds another layer of strategy. Also, we only get 30 adds for the season.

We've come up with 2 possibilities:

1) Adding the total of 1 hitting and 1 pitching category (non ratio). This takes into account the floating player.
2) Adds remaining

I like option 1 btw.

Any thoughts or other ideas?

Thanks for any input.
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Re: Tiebreaker

Postby l-askew-l » Fri Feb 01, 2013 10:23 pm

for both of my leagues, the standings by category are used to break any ties. The team that finished in 1st place in the most categories would win; if still tied; the team that finished in 2nd place in the most categories.

We had a tie last year. In the tie breaker, Team A finished 1st in BA and K, Team B in ERA and WHIP. Team A finished 2nd in HR, and Team B in BA and SB, so Team B won.

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Re: Tiebreaker

Postby Nicky Numbnuts » Sat Feb 02, 2013 5:31 am

Thats a good idea. I'll put it to the league. Thanks.
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