Absolutely, I agree Bottomlee, the studs do win in the playoffs. When I say adjusting your roster to more qualitative post season patterns, the biggest is having two stud starters in a three man rotation going every other day. Carrying a quality third starter(in a three man rotation) may get you a few more wins during the regular season but the cost you've paid for that guy may water down your roster when he isn't nessesarilly needed in the post-season. Many people think that they have a better team(for the post season) because they've won more games in the regular season. That's not always the case. Another example is when I field homerun heavy teams, I know that i've won more regular season games by simply bludgeoning the bad teams with power hence a better record, but in the playoffs but my team will not fare as well when HRs become less frequent.