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Postby matmat » Thu Jun 17, 2004 6:08 am

Lofunzo wrote: And it always involves benching Schilling. :-P

good thing to do when he is pitching at coors. I managed to glue him to the pine today.
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Postby Andy1234 » Thu Jun 17, 2004 7:14 am

LBJackal wrote:I wish Yahoo still had the feature where current-day roster changes don't have any effect on future days. It made subbing a backup in for a day off a helluva lot easier.
If you cahnge one day, go to the next day and change it back, then you can have a different roster for each day. Yahoo only sets for the future on the last day of changes. If this is confusing I'll try and explan a bit better..

Say its Monday - Set MON lineup (current day) with subs for off day

then go to Tuesday lineup and set Tuesday's line-up how you want it for that day.

If you do this then Monday is uncahnged and still has Subs in, and Tuesday is Normal line-up. If you don't go to Wed, Thurs..... then those days will be the same as Tuesday.

I usually set it up for a few days in advance so that I don't accedntly for get to start a player.

Hope that helped.
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