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riverrat wrote:The commish opted for the Yahoo cant cut list.(over my objections)
Now, the 1st place team wants to drop Posada(on list) and he let him!!!!
Your opinions. Should the rule be applied to all or should there be exceptions?
I say to all. We have a chance to pick-up some ground on him by not dropping Posada. He's should be stuck with the stiff.
riverrat wrote:Thanks to all. Just heard from our commish. He's read all your comments and the ruling stands: this change allowed during the season. No vote taken. So curious as to whats next!
eftda wrote:Lofunzo wrote:I personally hate the Can't Cut List. I don't like anyone telling me who I can't drop. What happens if Pujols tears up his knee in a non-keeper league and I wanna drop him?? I have to wait until Yahoo decides to update the list. If the CCL was chosen, then I think that it should be in effect all of the time. If any exceptions are made, it should be if someone wants to drop a player that is having season-ending surgery.
So Yahoo should allow you to drop players who are on the can't cut list if they are on the DL... great idea ... send it in to Yahoo
CBMGreatOne wrote:I know most of you are baseball oriented, but this very situation that Lofunzo describes happened in fantasy football this year.
Michael Vick was on the can't cut list, and when he broke his fibula, he stayed there. He was there all season, even in week 13 when he still hadn't played a down!
One guy who had him in a league I did posted on the message board that he would trade Vick for ANYONE! just so he could free up that roster spot.
Though I agree that the rules should NOT be changed midseason, it's partially Yahoo's fault that they don't update the list more often. From what I saw in preseason, there were only about 35 or 40 players on the can't cut list, and Posada shouldn't be in the top 35 or 40 right now.
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