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Shaffe wrote:it is the responsibility of any fantasy manager worth his salt to read the rules of the league for that year before the draft. read them, understand them, and then build your team to maximize your results within the rules.
Foul Pops wrote:None of your actions are even close to unethical.
It reminds me of a few years ago when we had Marques Colston in our TE spot because he was TE eligible. People wanted us to move him to WR simply because it was the right thing to do. We claimed that he was a waiver pick-up, so anyone could have been enjoying the same benefit we were. The rule is you go by yahoo's listings, why should I go change it.
It's kind of like Josh Willingham, when he played LF and qualified as a catcher. Or Ryan Bruan playing the OF but qualifying at 3b. Maybe you should scan these other owners rosters to make sure they are "legit". Does one of them have Braun in their 3rd base spot? If so, call him out.
Shaffe wrote:talk with your commish about the matter and encourage him or her to take action to issue a statement on the matter or - worst case scenario - remove some people form the league.
Eagle Baseball wrote:So you have 2 managers who are vocal in changing the rules (to a questionable setting imo) from last year and than these 2 managers draft teams that take advantage of the rule changes.
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