Commissioner Corner Message Board
- Reply to StatenI67 Feb 17, 2015 5:34 PM
I allow my league to do it. The commissioner can manually enter the trades by dropping and adding the involved players. Draft picks can also be adjusted. I have not found another way to do it.
- Miles by Miles Feb 17, 2015 5:34 PM Flag
I have only one other team that I manage, and that is in a league that I run. Looking to add a second team for this season. Preferably h2h format. Let me know.
You would choose 6 keepers from whichever team that you pick. Each player has a different round they would count towards in the draft. Again, your six keepers can be improved dramatically before the draft, and during the season.
Chris Young (pitcher)
one team left and it is a rebuilding project. The good news is the league provides for quick turnarounds and pre-draft trading. You can make a lot of improvement before you even draft. If you are active and enjoy a worst to first story, this can be done within a year or two.
I will be available for a while online, so leave your email if interested and I will send you the team rosters.
If you are interested, send an email to holbrookmiles at yahoo. I will communicate with you regarding the teams available through there.
- Miles by Miles Feb 10, 2015 9:32 AM Flag
Competitive 14 team league. We keep 6 players. Keepers have progressive values depending upon where they were drafted the previous year.
Hitting categories are: R, HR, RBI, SB, TB, AVG and OBP
Pitching Categories are: W, SV, HLD, ERA, WHIP, K/9, and QS
in a 10 team league, I would say to take the chance and drop hopkins. You would be able to find someone of similar value if the Josh Gordon situation doesn't pan out the way you hope it would.
I would trade him. Ellington is perceived as a small back, but doesn't play like one. Foster's mind set has made me not want anything to do with him.
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