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neoforce wrote:When I looked a few years ago I could not find an official source that listed the actual days on the active roster. So, my league rules say that while the MLB rookie eligibility includes the days on the MLB active roster, we don't. In our league a player is considered a rookie based strictly on AB/IP.
While Kimbrel was a good example of someone who didn't hit the active roster dates, Mejia of the Mets was an example of a player who was NOT a rookie based strictly on active roster days. Half of the "best prospect lists" listed him, and half did not because he wasn't a rookie. I only saw one that said explicitly that he is being listed as a prospect even though he isn't a rookie because people keep asking about him.
Everyone gets confused by this. For fantasy league purposes, much easier to have a league rule modifying the MLB rule.
GiantsFan14 wrote:baseball-reference has service time on their player pages.
baseball-reference has service time on their player pages.
(b) accumulated more than 45 days on the active roster of a Major League club or clubs during the period of 25-player limit (excluding time in the military service and time on the disabled list).
GiantsFan14 wrote:ya it does count roster expansion days which don't count toward rookie eligibility. you'd have to subtract those days which would get kind of annoying.
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