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  • Jon Jon Sep 5, 2010 11:29 PM Flag

    Who Gets Second Seed?

    A guy finishes 107-98 for winning percentage of .5219 and a guy finishes 108-99 for winning percentage of .5217 who will get 2nd seed?

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    • Yahoo Fantasy Baseball Rules:

      If, at the end of the regular season, two or more teams in a Head-to-Head League finish tied in the standings (based on a Games Behind calculation), the following system will be used to break the tie and determine playoff seedings:

      Overall winning percentage.
      Fantasy points scored (if your league is a Head-to-Head Points league).
      Highest winning percentage in Week 25.
      Highest winning percentage in Week 24.
      Highest winning percentage in Week 23.
      Highest winning percentage in Week 22.
      Highest winning percentage in Week 21.
      Highest winning percentage in Week 20.
      Highest winning percentage in Week 19.
      Highest winning percentage in Week 18.
      Highest winning percentage in Week 17.
      Highest winning percentage in Week 16.
      Highest winning percentage in Week 15.
      Highest winning percentage in Week 14.
      Highest winning percentage in Week 13.
      Highest winning percentage in Week 12.
      Highest winning percentage in Week 11.
      Highest winning percentage in Week 10.
      Highest winning percentage in Week 9.
      Highest winning percentage in Week 8.
      Highest winning percentage in Week 7.
      Highest winning percentage in Week 6.
      Highest winning percentage in Week 5.
      Highest winning percentage in Week 4.
      Highest winning percentage in Week 3.
      Highest winning percentage in Week 2.
      Highest winning percentage in Week 1.
      Random "coin flip."

    • Open up your statracker and go to standings. These are up to date, so whoever is in 2nd right now has 2nd seed. Otherwise, you can go to the rules page and try to find how points are tallied. I'm not sure, but if it's like hockey, it's 1 point for a win, -1 for a loss, and .5 for a tie.

 

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