Grinner

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    Basketball, Baseball, Hockey & Football

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  1. 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.
  2. It's based on the actual players on your rosters and the number of games they have scheduled. Everyone would be different.
  3. 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?
  4. 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.
  5. I've never been a fan of league formats that facilitate too much streaming. For me, strategizing what you feel would be your best 4-6 moves per week is more fun that constantly firing starting pitchers at the wall and seeing what sticks.
  6. That must be a public league, right. In private leagues you can reduce that down to a one-day wait.
  7. My personal preference is for at most 50% of teams to make the playoffs. If the majority of the teams make it it cheapens the regular season because it would then be harder to not make the playoffs then to actually make the playoffs.
  8. I take it as a positive change. Encourages owners to add their own logo rather than using the default.
  9. A bobble head of the champ, or one of the champ's players? Pic?
  10. I've only ever been able to copy & paste one page worth, 25 players at a time
  11. With all due respect (and that is a novel approach), isn't that an inherent limitation in mock drafting? Drafters don't necessarily act in the same manner as they would in a 'real' draft. They may experiment, or not even take it seriously, or leave early. It's like exhibition games. Sometimes tough to glean useful information.
  12. Response from Yahoo Customer Care: We'll get this over to our engineering team so they can get this fixed as soon as possible for you.
  13. I believe there is an issue with the Yahoo baseball Player List page. If you select 'Season (std dev)' from the 'STATS' drop down menu, all the negative counting stats (e.g. caught stealing, batter strikeouts and errors) are given positive std dev, rather than the opposite. It throws the whole 'Total' column out of whack. The same problem exists with the negative pitching stats. I haven't look at my hockey, basketball or football leagues, but those may be problematic as well. I let Yahoo Customer Care know about it and will report back if they get back to me.