Can you please update the Position eligibility off of 2017? There is no reason Schwarber should be C eligible plus a ton more. Please follow YOUR OWN RULES, 5 STARTS AND 10 GAMES PLAYED. If they don't have those at a position it should be taken away. This is ridiculous that these weren't updated especially since you're opening so late.
Hey Jason, thanks very much for your feedback. We will update the position eligibility so Schwarber won’t have C eligibility. Check back once the game opens on Feb 15.
Good luck this season!
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Eickoff will need 3 starts to earn SP or 5 relief appearances to earn RP.
Jonathan Bedley commented
Jared Eickoff does not have a position designation - no RP or SP - which means the system will not allow me to pick him up
Ryan Pfeiffer commented
PLEASE make Frankie Montas of the A's a SP instead of a RP. He hasnt thrown an inning of RP in the bigs, making his 3rd start in 12 days
Raymond Furslew commented
Walker Beuhler is listed as a RP but I want to start him tomorrow. He has 2 Starts and is in the rotation with Ryu out. I do not want to lose a RP and a Holds/Save opportunity tomorrow. Thanks!!
Michael Simione commented
How is Yonny not SP eligible? He is clearly in the rotation and will be making his third start tonight!
I love how you use position flexibility to start the season Yahoo, that's pretty smart compared to other websites, however, Rizzo (CHI) had exactly 1 at bat last year as a 2B in well over 600 plate appearances. In my opinion, he should not be 2B eligible. C,2B and SS are the 3 positions where someone can have a serious advantage if you can put a regular power bat in that spot unwarranted.
Thanks for your time
jason walka commented
Funny!! Look what was said last yr!!
No changes to Schwarber's position eligibility will change during the 2017 season unless he qualifies for another position some how.
Next season, C will be removed if he does not re-qualify for C by the end of the 2017 season