Commissioner Corner Message Board
- Extavernmouse Extavernmouse Mar 19, 2015 11:59 PM Flag
Steve -- That's not quite my question. What I want to know is, if one of my players just plain doesn't set the keepers, what do I do then? Thanks
Friends -- This is the first year my league has chosen keepers. What happens if a manager doesn't select their keepers? Do they get picks at the start of the draft after everyone else''s keepers are locked? Are those picks autodrafted? Or do they forfeit those picks? I appreciate your expertise!
- Extavernmouse Extavernmouse Mar 19, 2015 1:45 PM Flag
Thanks for the advice. I may choose keepers for people if they don''t do it. I think my people will be fine, it's essentially theoretical. They've all been with me a long time, but it's new so I worry. Peace!
- Extavernmouse Extavernmouse Mar 7, 2015 3:37 PM Flag
For some reason, Yahoo won't let you post your email address. If you're doing that, it's probably the reason. So you have to get creative and not use the "at" sign. Hope that's helpful.
- Extavernmouse Extavernmouse Mar 7, 2015 3:34 PM Flag
About the best suggestion I have is for everyone to autopick at some designated point. It'd be easy to police; you could stay on and watch for people making live picks. Then people could swap out players they don't want for free agents. Hope that's helpful!
- Extavernmouse by Extavernmouse Mar 7, 2015 4:21 PM Flag
Three teams in an established league. Head-to-head: runs, hits, homers, RBI, steals, walks, total bases, average, and OPS for hitters; innings pitched, wins, saves, strikeouts, holds, ERA, WHIP, and quality starts for pitchers. Roster: C, 1B, 2B, 3B, SS, IF, three OF, one UT, three SP, three RP, three pitchers, six bench, three DL, and one NA. extavernmouse on yahoo.
- Extavernmouse Extavernmouse Feb 12, 2015 2:07 AM Flag
I'm thinking you might have to have two different leagues. I think you can set any length to the season. I know I have a midsummer league that starts in early June. Check out the settings on your current league to see if you can end it early, then form a new league to start when that one ends. Good luck!
- Extavernmouse Extavernmouse Feb 9, 2015 12:20 AM Flag
There's not any good way to contact Yahoo; when you think about all the leagues, it'd be tough to do. It's not too hard and you should find it in your commissioner's tools. If you post specific questions here, you're likely to get someone to help you. Hope that helps!
- Reply to MR BASEBALL Feb 3, 2015 7:01 PMExtavernmouse Extavernmouse Feb 3, 2015 9:43 PM Flag
I'm a veteran owner, competitive, always active, a good league citizen, and I run some leagues. You'll like having me in your league for sure.
- Extavernmouse Extavernmouse Feb 9, 2015 12:25 AM Flag
If the commissioner hasn't finalized the league yet, you can get out of the league. Go to the "notes" at the top of the main page and it'll have a button to delete your team. If this is a widespread revolt, the only thing you can do is form an entirely new league, which is really pretty easy. Yahoo is pretty ironclad about not getting involved with disputes within private leagues.
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