mschauber wrote:If you're going to reduce one, reduce the bench. Too many good utility players out there and limiting to one doesn't seem right.
EDIT: PS, thanks for your explanation
Disagree. The "Utility" spot is a very light position. Maybe you don't really understand how that position work's in fantasy sports, but is basically just a free spot to put any hitter in, regardless of their actual position. Very very few decent players qualify only as "Utility" in the fantasy world. These would basically be strictly DH's who don't play in the field. That is a maximum of 14 viable everyday "Utility" only players (one for each AL team), and a lot of teams don't have an everyday DH, it is more of a platoon position or a semi-day off position. True "utility" players, by a baseball definition aren't listed as utility players in fantasy, but are rather listed with multiple position designation (SS, 2B, 3B, RF, as an example) and can be played as any one of those positions rather than at the Utility position.
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