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How to know who's in the lineup?

How to know who's in the lineup?

Postby mateo150 » Sun Apr 19, 2009 9:39 am

It's my first year, I don't know any players.

I have Mike Napoli, I think he's going to play a lot and produce based on the grapevine and past numbers. The problem is that he only plays 50-60% of the time. I'd like to yank him out of my lineup when he doesn't play...how do I find out if Napoli is in the lineup or not?
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Re: How to know who's in the lineup?

Postby thernkworks » Sun Apr 19, 2009 4:52 pm

If you're playing in a Yahoo league, check your roster about an hour before the game starts. If there's a ^ next to the player, they're starting. If there's an x, they're not.
Either way, it's not worth rostering an extra catcher to start during Napoli's off days. I'd just keep starting him and take what you can get.
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