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AdvRider wrote:What's this business from Yahoo? Note the "Advisory" below ... anyone noticed this? What's the rationale?
Seems pretty stupid to me. For one thing, there's no way to prevent it! If I wanna drop Vlad Guerrero for Randall Simon, who's to stop it? Saying "you may not" rings hollow ... what are they gonna do about it?
Yeah sure there may be some clown in 11th place who thinks it's funny to swap Guerrero for Simon, but so what? Telling a kid he can't do something only makes him want to do it more. And if Guerrero and Johnson and Bonds get dumped, they're picked up by the smart savvy managers who pay attention every day and manage their teams.
Note: This transaction will be reflected on your lineup for Thursday, Jul 22.
Player to Drop
O. Infante (Det - 2B,SS) KC 583 - 1/4 0 0 0 0 .250
Advisory: You may not drop or "dump" players from your team for any reason other than attempting to improve your own team and/or its standing within the league.
AdvRider wrote:Thanks for all the replies guys. Yes, I'd picked up Infante seven days earlier, had Nevin come off the DL, and wanted to make room so dropped Infante.
What the advisory should say is:
WARNING: Dropping a player significantly increases the chances that the player will all of a sudden start performing like a stud.
Why? In today's game against KC, Infante has already HOMERED TWICE!! hohohohohoho too funny....
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