Amazinz wrote:I've wondered about this too and I've looked around but couldn't find anything. I'm assuming that Yahoo will treat it like a minor leaguer who has just entered the league and give him eligibility only at his listed position.
Lol, in my two Sportsline keeper leagues the commissioner of a 12 team league owns A.Boone (probably wont keep him) but I still dont want to ask him, as that would be putting it in his hands.
In my other 16 team league I own Boone, so I want to ask Sportsline, leaving it out of the commish's hands.
I'm not keeping him in my league, and it would shock me silly if the commish of our 12 team 8 keeper league did.
I just want everyone to have a fair heads up going into the draft as a 3rd baseman who averaged 526AB, 76R, 139H, 21HR, 82RBI, 20SB, with a well not hurting too bad or helping either .264BA would move up considerably in the rankings haveing 2B eligibility.
I have to say this is one of the few times I think it should be a fantasy service provider's decision of how a league technicality is decided, and not the league commissioners.
In 2003 I drafted Jose Contreras and I forgot whether it was RP or SP the Yankee's used him in to start the year, but sportsline had him listed as the oppossite and my commissioner stuck it to me in haveing to wait until he filled the minimum games requirement.
"Son we would like to keep you around here but were trying to win a pennant this year."