baseball77 wrote:Yeah, I'm confused why you want to drop the best players instead of weaker players from your team? Regardless of the situation, Pujols should never be dropped in a league. You can't have players you would want to keep on offense over him.
Like others have said, you can disable this in the beginning. I haven't played with undroppables in a long time.
Yeah well, the undroppables are in place for this year. I believe this is the Yahoo default . As for dropping studs --
-- it all comes down to player availability for M & Th of the last week. Lincecum Halladay and Carpenter are the only SPs I have left and I am a lock for 1st place in Ws Ks ERA & WHIP. I can't afford to drop any RPs because I'm still in a SVs battle.
What I need is to fill a couple of batter gaps in my Monday lineup, and later my Thursday lineup. The margins for Rs and RBIs and HRs are razor thin. If I can't drop an SP I have to deliberate dropping a batter not playing on Monday in favor of one who is.
Anyhow, I didn't mean to make this about my particular dilemma, but rather encourage Yahoo to rethink its rationale behind keeping players undroppable in the last week or two of a long roto season.
Or explain the rationale, because I don't see any ...