You clearly aren't going off my math, bro.Going off of your math pal. So maybe you should check it lol.
But guess what???And yes if you have 0 hits, 0 hr, 0 average for your catcher position you get...wait for it. Nothing. The bench player HAS to be in the lineup for their stats to count. So if this extra bench player hits 4 HRs on the bench THEY DONT COUNT. But ALL of the catchers stats will count because he is in the lineup every day.
The bench player will not always be on the bench. In fact they will, wait for it...., be inthe lineup far more than normal do to the fact there is an extra bench spot.
And what catcher is in the lineup every day? LULZ. Right there nullifies any intelligent logic.
only EIGHT catchers last year played enough to even qualify for the batting title. EIGHT.
The bench player doesn't have to play everyday.If you don't have a catcher you can't get stats from the catcher. The extra bench player can't play every day. So you would be loosing all the stats that a catcher would provide if he was in the lineup. It's really simple man.
Which part of a low level catcher gets about 15-16 AB's a week is going over your head?
The catcher with the 12th most AB's last year averaged 15.4 AB's a week for a 27 week season.
Catchers don't play everyday. You need to use that bench spot for only 3-4 starts a week to make up the AB's of a low level catcher. It's really simple math man.
Ok, now I am confused.
This quote is perfect. You specifically state "make up." That is it. All this will do is make up for what they are loosing at catcher. But if the still had a catcher they would have the catchers stats IN ADDITION to this bench player. Not INSTEAD OF. It's simple math. If you got 250/15/50/5 from a roaming bench spot over a season only you would have that stat line. But if you ADDED a catcher to it who had a line of 240/10/35/1 you ADD those two together. You would have a combined stat line of 245/25/85/6. That stat line is better than what only the bench player can provide.
Early in your post you said that the stats from a bench player don't count.
Now you are saying the stats from a player on the bench do count. Which one is it?
You can't have it both ways, bro. You are totally contradicting yourself.
And you clearly aren't comprehending what is being written. I specifically state "make up STARTS", not make up stats. I provided the stats that they will give better overall stats, especially in BA and steals.
Will your daughter confirm the hypocrisy of your logic and math also please?The idea here is that you don't use the catcher OR the bench player alone. If you use them in tandem together you have MORE counting stats. Two players are more than one. (checks match) Yeah 2 is more than 1 my three year old confirmed.
Dude without the catcher you have FOUR bench players subbing in for off days, not just three.If you ONLY use the bench player you are loosing out. If you ONLY use the catcher and don't sub in bench players for off days you are loosing stats. It's a common strategy. Managers add and drop players all the time to fill in for guys who have no games or off days.
That is how you easily make up the AB's for the catcher with better numbers.
This continues to go way over your head apparently.
Another false statement from you.
You are so ingrained that you think you are right no amount of logical reason is going to change your mind. I suggest you drop out of fantasy baseball and move on to knitting.
You have yet to provide ANY logical reasoning.
Just hypocritical reasoning that bench stats don't count in my scenario but count in your scenario.
Maybe if you talked with only one face instead of two, you could provide a logical and consistent argument.
Not a hypocritical one that contradicts itself from paragraph to paragraph.
Maybe if you were able to do that you could move on from the fry station to maybe one day man the drive thru window.