Idoit40fans wrote:Thats unfortunate circumstances for someone. How is it any different from having 3 or 4 guys injured in May with limited DL spots? We have 22 man rosters
Kraftster wrote:Idoit40fans wrote:Thats unfortunate circumstances for someone. How is it any different from having 3 or 4 guys injured in May with limited DL spots? We have 22 man rosters
Well, I am in support of more (unlimited?) DL spots.
But, we've made the decision to limit it to 2 spots. So, it is significantly different. The 3 or 4 DL guys at least have the possibility of being placed on DL because their teams will assign them to the MLB Disabled List. The unfortunate circumstance in your scenario is created by the league's DL spot limits. The unfortunate circumstance in my scenario is created by a gap in what happens in MLB and what can happen in fantasy (i.e., we can't expand rosters in Yahoo!).
Idoit40fans wrote:No the unfortunate circumstance in your scenario is that the player got hurt and you didn't have a viable replacement.
Troy Loney wrote: i don't think "good of the league" type thinking is necessary.
Idoit40fans wrote:Not sure if we have different innings limits for relievers, but if we did change it to appearances or something, how is that affected in the case of Chapman? Closer last year, will be a starter this year, and is under 200 IP.
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