So.. I somehow ended up in an 10-man, $100 buy in rotisserie with one of my good buddies and his college friends this year. At first I was kinda like "aww F it", but after week one I'm tied for 1st, my team looks pretty complete (for a first rotisserie league), and I just realized I'm in for $100!!

So.. to anyone out there that has played (and done good at) this type of league in the past I'd like your thoughts on a couple things:

We score on 11 categories. R, RBI, HR, SB, AVG, OPS, W, SV, K, ERA, WHIP.
1- My starting pitchers are studs. I either have the best or second best collection of starters in the league.
2- I've got average, and I have power.

So, with those two things I have RBI, HR, AVG, OPS, W, K, ERA, and WHIP that I have a greater than 50% chance of winning each week. R is a tossup.

I only have 3 players who will consistently steal bases (C Gomez, B Hamilton, and the combo of J Rollins and C Crawford). So, I'm lagging badly in SBs. Also, I only have 2 closers (Axford and Frieri). So, I lag badly in saves as well.

So, my question is.. Should I stress at all about finding another base thief or another closer? Or, should I just write off those two categories most weeks and instead double down on the other 9 that I am already strong in?
The Brewers will finish 90-72 and earn the #1 WC berth.

Carlos Gomez will have a 30/40 season (HR/SB) and win a 2nd Gold Glove en route to an All Star selection.
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