Commissioner Corner Message Board
- Reply to Rich “ The Intimidator ” Feb 6, 2016 8:55 PM
the multiple back to back to back post must not be working
Assign a commissioner and co-commissioners
Need a hand managing a fantasy league? No problem! Assign a co-commissioner in a few easy steps!
The commissioner of the league can give their powers to one manager, but you can have more than one co-commissioner.
Assign a commissioner or co-commissioners
From your league's homepage:
Under "League Management," click Assign Commissioner Access.
Select the appropriate box(es) to assign new a new Commissioner and / or Co-Commissioner(s)
Managers must allow their email address to be viewable to the league in order to be given commissioner or co-commissioner access. If the manager's email is hidden, the primary commissioner won't have the option of assigning commish or co-commish access to that manager.
If a commissioner doesn't plan to return to a league, they can assign their duties to another owner even after the league has been archived.
Here's how the current commissioner can assign a new commissioner in an archived league:
Click their Fantasy Profile.
Click on the league name.
Click Set Commissioners.
Select the new Commissioner or Co-Commissioner.
At least 1 manager must have commissioner access.
When a commissioner assigns co-commissioner status to another league manager, an email will be sent notifying the new co-commissioner that the rights have been granted.
Co-commissioners can do almost everything the primary commissioner can, except:
Use the Assign Commissioner Access tool.
Pause a league's live draft.
Renew a league the following season.
Reset the draft.
If you're the primary commissioner and you want to revoke co-commissioner rights, you can by unselecting the co-commissioner box in the Assign Commissioner Access tool. Any changes the previous co-commisioner made won't be reversed.
Focus on the unique stats. Most people only concentrate on the core 5x5 stats. If you are good in the +2 on each side then that gives you a leg up on competitors that ignore those stat categories. It involves doing more research.
Visit these sites:
1) Baseball Reference
2) Baseball Monster
4) Roster Resource
5) Draft Help
6) The Baseball Cube
7) Fantasy Playmakers
8) Brooks Baseball
9) Baseball Savant
FYI...the only "keeper" in that group is Cain.
I have to use simplistic analogies for you to even have a hope of understanding.
"Professional managers"? Really? You know someone that makes a living off playing fantasy baseball?
"Here's your sign."
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