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brownie65 wrote:I have been in a keeper on Yahoo since 2003. Basketball, baseball & football. The commish that runs it does a great job. He puts our keepers in every year before we draft. Don't see how you say Yahoo doesn't run keeper leagues. They have tons of them. I like the layout at Yahoo better than CBS. ESPN is ok. I have played mainly at Yahoo & am used to it. That is probably why I favor it over the others. Years ago played at Sandbox, back when it was free, really liked it. I don't even know if that site is still around. Will have to search for it later. There are several good sites, just have to go with what you like. I used to play CBS quite a bit. I just don't like the way they lay out their pages & leagues.
brownie65 wrote:Our commish puts our keepers on our team to start. Then , of course, we go by draft order,& palce our picks on the message board of the league site. We choose that player & of course he gets added to our team. When the commish initially puts our keepers on our team they are no longer available for anyone else. I understand what you are saying that you can't keep the same league every year. Yes you have to re-enter things. It is no big deal to do though. It is very easy to do & everything goes very well. The biggest problem some have is with some guys taking to long to pick. You are gave 12 hours to make your pick, if you don't , the next guy can make his. The guy missed can make his whenever he shows up. To me it really isn't a problem because there is plenty of time. It usually takes us a couple of weeks to complete the draft the way we do it. You could get everyone together & do a offline draft or set it up for alive draft, with keepers already entered & get it done in a couple of hours. I understand what you are saying, what I am saying is that you can run keeper leagues on Yahoo with minimal work. I think they will eventually have something like what you are talking about but in the meantime I am happy with it the way we do it.
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