Thanks SS. I'm still regretting that Hamilton trade a bit, but in hindsight the dude would have been dead weight on my roster during the last few weeks of the season - which is the reason I traded him - too many high/low extremes in performance. I'm curious to see where he ends up next season.
Flesh, I looked at your roster and I need an idea of you who'd be willing to trade and if they'd be a fit for my roster, so feel free to PM me an offer. I've got a few extra picks in 2013 so I'd be willing to deal picks. Same with anyone else.
When: Held before each season beginning on the second Monday in February Length: 5 rounds Order: Snake in order of worst to first of regular season standings Draft picks are allowed to be traded, but no supplemental picks will be given at the end of the draft for traded picks Drafted players must meet MLB rookie eligibility and must be signed by an MLB team
Fade2White12 wrote:Random question - what is the tiebreaker between Smoove and I for picks 3/4?
Here are tiebreakers for advancing the playoff seeding (I think): http://yhoo.it/SyNxOU Regular Season tiebreakers Section A: Wild card If, at the end of the regular season, two or more teams in a Head-to-Head League finish tied in the standings (based on winning percentage) and are not tied for the lead in a division, the following system will be used to break the tie and determine playoff seeding:
1 Fantasy points scored (if your league is a Head-to-Head Points league). 2 Highest winning percentage in the last week of the season. 3 Highest winning percentage in the second to last week of the season. 4 The comparison continues until the tie is broken or no more weeks remain to compare. At that time, a coin flip will settle the tie.
I would assume the same would be applied in this case, which would mean Fade (last week: 3-7) would have advanced over Smoove (2-8) if there had been 9 playoff spots. Not sure how why Yahoo lists Smoove ahead of Fade in the final standings though.