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Postby shortsavage » Sun Dec 10, 2006 4:34 am

If you run a dynastly league, you're looking at usually like 16 teams, right? That's less than $10 per person for CBS's Commish product. A good amount of people usually pay for live scoring with Yahoo anyways.

I can't imagine running my dynasty league with anything other than CBS.

HUGE PERK: You can turn any stat listing page on CBS into an excel sheet.
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Postby maestro1313 » Sun Dec 10, 2006 11:33 am

shortsavage wrote:If you run a dynastly league, you're looking at usually like 16 teams, right? That's less than $10 per person for CBS's Commish product. A good amount of people usually pay for live scoring with Yahoo anyways.

I can't imagine running my dynasty league with anything other than CBS.

HUGE PERK: You can turn any stat listing page on CBS into an excel sheet.


CBS might be our best option. I'm currently part of a multi sport league (MLB/NBA/NFL) and we run it all on yahoo, but we have a bunch on the backside to keep it organized. I would just love to find a baseball like My Fantasy Legue is on football.

I didn't like CBS for football, but it might be my best option.
It's only going to be a 12 team league, but the $$$ still won't be a big deal.

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Postby shortsavage » Sun Dec 10, 2006 10:25 pm

People at the Cafe LOVE Yahoo.

What I don't get is: with all the work you have to do to run a keeper/dynasty league on Yahoo, aren't you putting in so much time that it would be worth it to just pay a good site?

It seems like a lot of people are just going by principle and being stubborn -- that or they don't value their time very much.

Unless you're a progammer or you enjoy spending tons of time maintaining your fantasy league, there isn't a good reason to run keeper leagues with Yahoo's current free service.

This is one avenue where Cafe posters continue to baffle me...because other than pledging their lives to Yahoo, they tend to mainly make rational decisions.
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Postby maestro1313 » Sun Dec 10, 2006 10:55 pm

shortsavage wrote:What I don't get is: with all the work you have to do to run a keeper/dynasty league on Yahoo, aren't you putting in so much time that it would be worth it to just pay a good site?


Well, I can't say it's Love of Yahoo, but most of my league are just redraft or 3 keeper leagues, so for those it's not that much work.

For our 3 sport full dyasnty league... we did yahoo, because since you at some times have all three running at the same time, you have one spot to get to all three. It makes it easy for the owners. But you're right, we do have a lot of work in to keep all the stuff working on the outside.

If you're interested, here is our main page.

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Postby shortsavage » Mon Dec 11, 2006 5:09 am

Dang Love Gravy, hehe. That's pretty cool. I've never seen a site dedicated to a group of teams competing across the board with all the major sports.
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Postby maestro1313 » Mon Dec 11, 2006 10:49 am

shortsavage wrote:Dang Love Gravy, hehe. That's pretty cool. I've never seen a site dedicated to a group of teams competing across the board with all the major sports.


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Actually, we might be looking for someone, if you have any interest.
I've got someone that's on the fence about continuning. (Having another child) so email me if you might have interest.

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Postby shortsavage » Mon Dec 11, 2006 11:39 am

I don't know anything about basketball or football.
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