tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-37316956.post1112979797162386811..comments2015-01-17T08:05:43.978-05:00Comments on Roto Think Tank: Roto & RiskMike Gianellahttps://plus.google.com/102720965156828486437noreply@blogger.comBlogger1125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-37316956.post-74085571517404584462010-08-21T12:19:01.686-04:002010-08-21T12:19:01.686-04:00Hey M and M boys, how goes it? Not sure if this qu...Hey M and M boys, how goes it? Not sure if this question is too general, or too long, but let me throw it out anyway in the hopes it can provide learning material for everyone. <br /><br />Going into my 5x5 NL only, 12 team, keeper league, I had spent $67 on 5 starting position players. (cant remember the inflation here for hitters) I wound up buying 3 more position players at a total of $83, my total spent on hitters being $171. This is probably close to what our league averages on them. This meant I had spent $125 on 5 hitters. Not surprisingly I wound up with 4 part-time players (one who got sent down immediately) and one questionable starter (jeff clement). Let's assume 4 of 5 of my big hitters were undervalued. My question is whether the distribution of my dollars was a recipe for failure? I stand in 5th place, 12 points off first but only have 26 points for hitting. (pretty poor I think when you consider the amount spent) Two footnotes, I left $6 on the table (yeah, I know!) and two of my big hitters purchased at the auction are Stephen Drew, $24, and Aramis Ramirez, $31. Thanks for your thoughts whether published or not.Gypsy Soulhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/11311572399730547627noreply@blogger.com