wrveres wrote:Lofunzo wrote:
It would have been had this been posted here.
I am smarter than the average bear
Damn you, WR.
I love that emoticon.
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MissingOakley wrote:FSG if what you're saying is true, it contradicts the posted Yahoo rules... are you sure you're right? What if the trade was accepted after a player came off the DL, but was still occupying the "DL" spot on a team?
"However, once a player comes off the real-life DL, you will not be able to complete any transactions until you remove him from your team's DL. You will, however, be able to make intra-roster moves (switching players between bench and active) regardless of a player's DL status."
http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/baseba ... ll-15.html
I have seen trades not go thru because a player was taken off of the DL after the trade has been accepted. We had a thread in here this spring with some guy freaking out over the same thing. The only other reason why a trade wouldn't go thru would be because of a veto, and that would show up on the log for everybody to see.
I am surprised this is the first you know of this.
Most guys that I know that play Yahoo have just accepted this as a Yahoo quirk, and make any necessary transactions we need to in order to get around it, or just have the commish fix it after the fact.
Fantasy Sports Genie wrote: But I think at this point, most or all of it is people reacting to things that were fixed long ago.
I'm going to actually get back to work now
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