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Postby silverZ » Tue Apr 28, 2009 1:26 am

I dropped Fowler 2 days ago. Should have been in my lineup due to Angles having an offday. :~(
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Re: He dropped WHO!?

Postby THE TERMINATOR » Tue Apr 28, 2009 2:12 am

Francisco Liriano and Justin Verlander in a 18 Team H2H League.

And I can't belive I got both of them with a Waiver postion of 8.
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Re: He dropped WHO!?

Postby Spidey » Tue Apr 28, 2009 8:44 am

Alex Rios was dropped in one of my leagues 2 weeks ago. I sacooped him up with my #2 waiver : )

This league is a friend and family league so at times there are some crazy draft picks and other stuff. Mostly though it's pretty competitive. 12 teamer.
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Re: He dropped WHO!?

Postby Hey Hermano » Tue Apr 28, 2009 2:12 pm

Jacoby Ellsbury was dropped in my league and I can't believe I got him with a #11/12 waiver.
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Re: He dropped WHO!?

Postby Geek » Tue Apr 28, 2009 11:29 pm

I just picked up Vlad Guerrero.

As a free agent. 8-o

I was looking for a pitcher and saw his name up there. Wtf?
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Re: He dropped WHO!?

Postby the izzy » Tue Apr 28, 2009 11:37 pm

Geek wrote:I just picked up Vlad Guerrero.



grabbed him off the wavier wire in my 10 team keeper league. Right now, the commish has it set up so that a guy grabbed off the WW only cost a "last rd pick" in order to keep. I don't plan on keeping him right now, but I might reconsider before next year, since he'll only cost me a 23rd rd pick.
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Re: He dropped WHO!?

Postby Tis » Wed Apr 29, 2009 8:05 am

Heh, I read this thread thinking "what a bunch of idiots these guys play with, I never see drops like this in my yearly league, my league's too smart."

Then some D-bag drops Brandon Philips.

Fingers crossed, I have #3 waiver, and the guy who dropped him has #2, so only need one guy to be asleep on the ball.
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Re: He dropped WHO!?

Postby Pochucker » Wed Apr 29, 2009 12:58 pm

Ill say it again --these idiotic drops dont reflect badly on the poster just the league their in. We all started somewhere and I guarantee most of our early leagues were bad. Alot of us here (including myself) often forget that there are many many people here that are in the early stages of their fantasy "development" and use this site as a tool to get better and they have every right to post their experiences as they travel that path. In fact some of them are down right entertaining.
Im 59 yrs old and learn more each year, in fact we have owner in our league who didnt start playing fantasy baseball till he was 60 and he is now one of our top owners every year.
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Re: He dropped WHO!?

Postby CadensDad » Wed Apr 29, 2009 1:08 pm

Pochucker wrote:Ill say it again --these idiotic drops dont reflect badly on the poster just the league their in. We all started somewhere and I guarantee most of our early leagues were bad. Alot of us here (including myself) often forget that there are many many people here that are in the early stages of their fantasy "development" and use this site as a tool to get better and they have every right to post their experiences as they travel that path. In fact some of them are down right entertaining.
Im 59 yrs old and learn more each year, in fact we have owner in our league who didnt start playing fantasy baseball till he was 60 and he is now one of our top owners every year.


If it a old timers league or something? Kinda like a non-keeper league where you draft guys like Glavine, Smoltz, Griffey, Omar, ect. who will be retiring this year? j/k :-D
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Re: He dropped WHO!?

Postby Pochucker » Wed Apr 29, 2009 1:19 pm

LOL no actually one guy in his 20s the rest in their 30s and 40s. We actually have waiting list of guys in their 20s waiting to join. I Started playing fantasy baseball in my early 40s when I couldnt play competetive sports any more. It helps fill that need for competition. We actually have running joke --The first guy to die gets the league named after him (sick eh?)
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