Originally Posted by mth123
Agree with this and I'll go one better. I think every post-season game should be managed with aggressive pitching changes. It's why I think loading the roster with pitchers is more important than making a spot for the 26th man, I wouldn't take guys I'm afraid to use, but if a roster is 14 deep in usable arms, I'd take them all. That 25th and 26th man aren't going to matter. OTOH, I wouldn't let a starter face the opposing line-up more than twice unless he's dominating. Have lots of pitchers for frequent changes and no excuses that your worried about saving the pen.
Great idea. You would keep them off balance, that's for sure. Only problem I see with that is a pitcher not being able to settle into his grove.