whoson1st0 wrote:raygunpunx wrote:Why would Johnson qualify as a RP?
Josh Johnson pitched 7 games in relief last year.
I just checked and I see a problem with Huff's eligibility as well (he is shown as 1b eligible). I verified our league setting of 20 games, and also verified that players such as Ortiz (10 games) and Hafner (4 games) are not 1b eligible so it does not seem to be a system wide problem.
I'm certainly concerned that there could be other players that show the incorrect eligibility.
I can answer this one... in the CBS setup area (commissoner access), if you go to the "Positions" tab, there is an "Eligibility" pulldown... you can choose to use "Primary Position and Games Played" or "Use Only Games Played"... it appears that your league is setup to use "Primary Position and Games Played" which is why Huff is still eligible (he's listed as a 1B in CBS). Just change it to "Use Only Games Played".
You are correct on the pitching eligibility of 5 starts or 10 relief appearances. Not sure why they don't let you adjust that, but your other option (depending on your league type) is to just go with straight pitchers and don't break it down by SP/RP. Some will argue that then teams can load up on all starters or all relievers, but if the format of your league is straight rotisserie with reasonable innings pitched limits, its not a big deal IMO.
The thing that bugs me is that I can't use a mix of SP, RP and SP-or-RP spots like in Yahoo.