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Postby rjforlife » Tue Apr 27, 2004 5:47 pm

ya im surprised garret is droppable.....nothing you can do but focus on other leagues.
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Postby Leiter Fan » Tue Apr 27, 2004 5:49 pm

Madison wrote:
Green Monstah wrote:One of the things I like about ESPN leagues is that they have an undroppable list. It won't allow the person to drop the player even of they want to. It is basically any player picked on avg. in the first 5 rounds of the draft. Although I doubt anyone would quit after a month in a pay league anyway :-)


Yahoo added an "undroppable list" this year too. ;-)


Isn't that the same thing as the Can' Cut List that was in place last year?
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Postby frog99 » Tue Apr 27, 2004 5:49 pm

Madison wrote:
Green Monstah wrote:One of the things I like about ESPN leagues is that they have an undroppable list. It won't allow the person to drop the player even of they want to. It is basically any player picked on avg. in the first 5 rounds of the draft. Although I doubt anyone would quit after a month in a pay league anyway :-)


Yahoo added an "undroppable list" this year too. ;-)



And like the Espn list, those guys aren't on it...Oh well, it happens.
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Postby sinicalypse » Tue Apr 27, 2004 6:54 pm

can't do much other than hope you have a nice high waiver spot.

you're going to see people with high waiver spots drop down so maybe therein lies a strategy.

i'd rank them:

1) garret anderson
2) richard hidalgo
3) jermaine dye

i think having vlad in front of garret = 120+ rbi for sure. hidalgo is off to a hotter start, and based on current #s alone he'd be #1, but im giving garret some props for being mister consistent, and having a .330+ bat like vlad in front of you = way more rbi opportunities.
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