Sava, you might want to reduce the number of IP allowed. 2000 innings is WAY high - you would need 10 pitchers to throw 200 innings each to reach that number. If you leave it that high, teams will start "drafting and dropping" -- picking up a pitcher for one start, then dumping him and picking up someone else for one start. This can cause a lot problems in the league -- my league went through the same thing last year.
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