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ok so im commish in my league and i have a few inactive owners. some guys in my league have said that you can switch the owner of the team to someone who is more active. so the thing that im wondering is: how do you do this?
and if anyone is interested, idk if you can see this but here's the league http://baseball.fantasysports.yahoo.com/b1/282206.
teams in 3rd, 6th, 8th, 9th, and 12th are up for anyone who is active.
ok guys i've got 5 spots open and it seems more than 5 applyign for them. so e-mail ME firstname.lastname@example.org telling me why you should have one of the spots and tell me a little bit about your past fantasy baseball exp (yahoo, espn, what places you've gotten, etc.) also, show me some examples of how active you are. if im interested i'll email you back with rosters of the teams that are up for grabs. reply me with which teams you would like to get and in what order (e.g. 3/5/2/1/4 or something)
besides for the inactive owners, all the owners check their team everyday so this should be a really fun league for the rest of the year.
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3rd place team
5th place team
just thought this might help you out commish, and the potential suiters for these teams, great league fellas, great commish to go the extra mile with this, thx man!
I am the commish in my league and I am having the same problems as you. Managers that sign up, but can't even check it once a week. It's frustrating for players like myself that can't get enough.
I am interested in taking over one of the teams in your league. Please let me know
my yahoo id is f_bombs36
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