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If they aren't on the 40-man roster when the database is initially created, they will be skipped... Yahoo then added some top prospects to the database, but Turner was not considered one of them at the time...
He probably won't be added to the database until he is called up to the majors...
- Reply to Cody Jul 11, 2015 10:39 AM
They know about this and is working to make a fix for it...
As for the black background, that will not be coming back...
- Reply to Joe F Jul 11, 2015 12:21 AM
But Yahoo makes some exceptions to players that aren't on the 40-man roster and is considered a top prospect. Judge was #1, Refsnyder wasn't even in the top 5 in a lot of things... But the 40-man roster is the first list that Yahoo starts with and then top of the line prospects were added...
- Reply to Joe F Jul 11, 2015 12:21 AM
Because he wasn't on the 40-man roster yet for the Yankees... He will be added to the database after his game today...
- Reply to Scott Clark Jul 11, 2015 9:27 AM
He can play OF, but he hasn't had the 5 games started at any particular OF position...
He has started 4 games in LF and 1 game in CF... He needs 1 more start in LF and 4 in CF and 5 in RF to be eligible at that particular postion...
But he has started 5 games in the OF, which is why he is eligible for an OF position, just not a specific one yet...
There is nothing incorrect...
Sorry guys, the black screen will not be returning at all as per a developer on a different board... He did say that they are planning on making some modifications to it isn't "as white", but the black background has been put out to pasture...
It doesn't matter what you "vote". Yahoo is not changing the color back to black (which was white to begin with). They have already said that the black background is not returning.
You might want to look at the matchup page closer... Next "week" (week 15) runs from July 13 to July 26, even in a weekly league...
A Yahoo fantasy game worker that visits another message board just posted this as he was recording information from users about this change back to white:
- Improve readability (mostly this is the light grey text)
- Fix truncated positions
- It's too white
- Give back the black option
- The 1st two we are working on.
- White background is here to stay but we are looking at some tweaks
- Black option is not coming back.
Ok, why the change?
1. People (especially here) have complained about the dark theme ever since it launched in August, 2013
2. Daily Fantasy is white and we are aligning the products to have a similar look and feel
I know I am in the minority, but the white is a lot brighter than the old white, but it is still better than the black background...
Limit the amount of transactions per week or change the stats where a negative performance from churning pitchers can hurt, such as add losses, change K's to K/BB or K/9, add hits and walks. If you have just as many negative stats as counting stats, people might think differently.
Click on your leagues "Scoring & Settings" link and count the number of positions that are not DL spots... I don't know what the default is in a public league...
Because it wasn't a quality start... To get credited with a quality start, you have to have pitch at least six innings and allow three earned runs or less... Yes, he had a no-hitter going into the eighth, but he also was charged with four earned runs in the inning, which did not give him a quality start... Even if you enter an inning with a QS, you still can lose it depending on your FINAL stats...
It isn't Yahoo... Their stat provider waits until the MLB paperwork is finished and puts him on the DL... As of 11:20 am ET (7/4), he is not listed on their transaction page...
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