Somebody brought up having a roto-draft of all-time greats, and it was decided it would be a great offseason activity. But of course, I wasn't spending enough time on fantasy baseball, so I had to start studying the stats.
I did a mock draft where I picked for all 12 teams, but I am wondering what the best rules would be:
Position eligibility: The position played in the season drafted or the position from the previous season that they would normally be eligible for, or both?
IP Limit: Would you need one? I didn't in my mock, and all but 1 team were over 2000 innings.
Rosters: I went with 12 hitters (C, 1B, 2B, 3B, SS, CI, MI, 5 OF) and 10 pitchers (6 SP/4 RP). Since I was picking for all teams, I figured I should set the # of SP and RP, but would that be necessary in a real draft?
The draft went smoothly. Most of the managers were cool, but there were a couple of jerks. Anyways, here are the stats I ended up with, and I probably missed some great seasons.
Anyone have any thoughts on the best settings for a draft of this type?