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  • Pitcher Matchup tool enhancement suggestion

    Have you guys considered creating a Pitcher Matchup tool interface that allows the user to limit the universe of pitchers?

    For example, I am in a AL-only league that has weekly roster moves. So I very much appreciate the 8-day view. However, it is a bit of a pain to sift through all the data to find my starters. What would be *really* great is if I could set up a Matchup report that included only my pitchers, or, more generally, pitchers I was interested in (e.g. I'm not gonna ever sit Chris Sale, so the Matchup tool doesn't aid with that decision).
    * 10-team AL-only, auction ($260 budget), 2 yr contracts wi/toppers, max 13 freezes, $100 FAAB with weekly auctions, 4x4 with hybrid categories
    * 14H/9P (+8 reserve draft), with liberal movement between active and reserve rosters
    * Hitting: OBP, HR, RP, SB+2B+2*3B
    * Pitching: ERA, W+QS+CG, S+H, 2*IP-baserunners

  • #2
    Noticed that you added links to pitcher matchups for AL only and NL only. Awesome! Thanks!
    * 10-team AL-only, auction ($260 budget), 2 yr contracts wi/toppers, max 13 freezes, $100 FAAB with weekly auctions, 4x4 with hybrid categories
    * 14H/9P (+8 reserve draft), with liberal movement between active and reserve rosters
    * Hitting: OBP, HR, RP, SB+2B+2*3B
    * Pitching: ERA, W+QS+CG, S+H, 2*IP-baserunners

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    • #3
      Our tech guys are so quick that I hadn't even noticed this yet. But yes, they spotted this thread and that was the impetus. Enjoy!

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      • #4
        I have another enhancement suggestion for the Matchup tool. I think it would be easy to implement...

        Would it be possible to create aliases (or something) for the links to "Today" and "Tomorrow" such that they are bookmark friendly?

        For example, the address for the 8-day link is:

        https://www.baseballhq.com/members/t...kly/weeklyprob

        This one is bookmark friendly, because whenever go to that address, I get the next 8 days.

        But the "today" and "tomorrow" links seems to be hard-coded to particular dates. So if I book mark the "Today" link today, then I'll always get July 2 information.
        * 10-team AL-only, auction ($260 budget), 2 yr contracts wi/toppers, max 13 freezes, $100 FAAB with weekly auctions, 4x4 with hybrid categories
        * 14H/9P (+8 reserve draft), with liberal movement between active and reserve rosters
        * Hitting: OBP, HR, RP, SB+2B+2*3B
        * Pitching: ERA, W+QS+CG, S+H, 2*IP-baserunners

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        • #5
          We already have that for "today"... this works: https://www.baseballhq.com/members/t...rob?date=today

          We don't have "date=tomorrow", but you're right, that should be an easy add.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by RAY@HQ View Post
            We already have that for "today"... this works: https://www.baseballhq.com/members/t...rob?date=today

            We don't have "date=tomorrow", but you're right, that should be an easy add.
            Perfect!

            Nitpicker's followup: Where can I find that link (i.e. the one for "today") on the site?
            * 10-team AL-only, auction ($260 budget), 2 yr contracts wi/toppers, max 13 freezes, $100 FAAB with weekly auctions, 4x4 with hybrid categories
            * 14H/9P (+8 reserve draft), with liberal movement between active and reserve rosters
            * Hitting: OBP, HR, RP, SB+2B+2*3B
            * Pitching: ERA, W+QS+CG, S+H, 2*IP-baserunners

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            • #7
              That link (=today) is the one we use in the italicized intro in each Daily Matchups column.

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              • #8
                Hi Folks -
                Here you go!
                Today: https://www.baseballhq.com/members/t...rob?date=today
                Tomorrow: https://www.baseballhq.com/members/t...?date=tomorrow

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                • #9
                  Is the pitcher matchup tool good enough to project hitters who are expected to have a subpar game? Anyone trying to use it this way already?


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