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- Frostbite Frostbite May 1, 2016 10:23 PM Flag
Well ,the answer to my question was not in that section because it lists players that were added to the MLB rosters and not the Yahoo database. If a player is added to the database because he is called up he will be listed there but if a prospect is added to the database without being added to a major league he will not be.
I rarely ask questions and rarely have the been asked before but if you think that this is so you and Sah are more than welcome to ignore them instead of being a jerk about it.
- Frostbite by Frostbite May 1, 2016 9:10 PM Flag
Subject says it all
- Frostbite Frostbite May 1, 2016 9:02 PM Flag
depends on how your setup is (and if your league has a DL)
I use the "Swap Mode", at the bottom of your roster you will see swap mode or classic mode. With swap mode you can click on the blue box next to the player to put on the DL and if you have a DL slot available you can then click on that slot. He should go in then
- Frostbite Frostbite Apr 24, 2016 3:50 PM Flag
I am keeping track of my league's stats so I can calculate standings for a given time period (month of May, last 7 days etc). In order to make sure my standings are accurate I compare them to the actual standings.
When multiple teams are tied in a category I would like to know how those ties are displayed in the standings so I can emulate that in mine.
I ended up using another method to do what I needed.
- Frostbite Frostbite Apr 24, 2016 1:57 AM Flag
Hey T J. Thanks but I was not wondering how the points are determined but if two teams are tied with 150 RBI what determines how they are listed in the standings when sorted by RBI?
I happen to have two teams that are tied in OBP (both at exactly .33333...) and Wins (both have 9). when sorted by OBP Team A is listed first but when sorted by RBI, Team B is listed 1st. Why are they listed differently?
- Frostbite Frostbite Apr 24, 2016 12:09 AM Flag
It is roto, not head to head. I did not think I would need to specify because I said Standings and not game. Where in Head to Head Standings would multiple teams be tied for a category?
I have a reason to be concerned about which order they are listed, a reason that is too long to go into here.
I thought team name and team number had something to do with it because it makes sense. In the major leagues if two teams are tied they are listed in alphabetical order. Team number was also a reasonable possibility as it also makes sense that when two teams are tied the team number is just as logical as anything else.
Does anyone definitely know how the standings sort multiple teams that are tied for a category?
There does not seem to be a consistent way that the tied teams are sorted.
I have already eliminated 1) team name 2) team number 3) overall standings.
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