Grinner

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About Grinner

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    Toronto
  • Interests
    Basketball, Baseball, Hockey & Football

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  1. I'm not so sure that Yahoo runs waivers once the season is over P.S. I now have 69 posts. Nice.
  2. I'm pretty sure you can pause the draft up to five times for up to 15 minutes. That's something at least.
  3. Hello, I use Roster Resource for baseball, and Cap Friendly for hockey, but not sure where to go for basketball for the most up-to-date information. Suggestions?
  4. Hello, I use Roster Resource for baseball, and Cap Friendly for hockey, but not sure where to go for football for the most up-to-date information. Suggestions?
  5. Unfortunately not everyone checks their email regularly. On their phones they get notified of chat posts. The chat function is more interactive as well so the league members stay more engaged.
  6. It's telling that the article is by CBS Sports Staff. No author name.
  7. I do weekly league write-ups that look back on the previous week and preview the coming week. I use Google Docs for that. I used to be able to copy and paste the link in the chat feature. During this temporary chat construction project I can't do that anymore. Whenever I try to post the link I get Message failed to send. Tap to retry. I can still do it on the message board, and I also post it to our league Facebook group, but the chat is the best of those three media to communicate with league mates.
  8. This temporary change to the Yahoo chat feature is a pain. Hopefully it's back up soon.
  9. It was there, but not user friendly. It was in the top right between the magnifying glass (search) and question mark (FAQs).
  10. It's 2019. A fantasy platform needs a good app. Until Fantrax gets that it would be nearly impossible for my league to switch platforms. Yahoo's app is pretty good.
  11. It's just telling you how many games your players will play. It has nothing to do with limits. It is for information purposes only.
  12. It's based on the actual players on your rosters and the number of games they have scheduled. Everyone would be different.
  13. I've never used Fantrax, but I would definitely consider it if it had a decent app. It's 2019. Does anyone know why they don't yet have a decent app?
  14. Our last league vote on rules (in 2017) had a question about the max number of weekly moves. We are a 20-team league that started back in 2010. The average length of time a manager has been in this league is seven seasons. The votes ranged from a low of three moves per week to a high of six. Quality over quantity. The median was four so that's where we're at now.