HEAD-TO-HEAD: Grading on a Curve—Batters

The main difference between head-to-head (H2H) leagues and rotisserie leagues is that each scoring period in an H2H league is practically a season into itself. While rotisserie owners can take a longer view of the season in their quest to amass statistics and march up the standings, H2H owners must accumulate more statistics than their opponents in a shorter scoring period. That means H2H owners must build their rosters to face opponents whose rosters may have very different strengths and weaknesses than their own.

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