Please get it together and treat Ohtani as one player or we're moving our entire league over to ESPN.
Two Ohtani's makes absolutely zero sense and is just plain lazy on your part.
Mike Price commented
Having these guys as 2 individual players makes both of them worthless. How is a DH or 1st baseman who only hits 3 or 4 times/ week or a starter who only starts once every, 6, 7, 8 days b/c of the extra rest they get, valuable enough for a roster spot in any league, other than the super deep format?
As a single player, they would be much more valuable. I think this is much more of a value add than Dark mode for drafts and the ability to add images to chat. Neither of those things differentiate your platform or add any value to the UX.
This impacts the actual playability of the game. This does differentiate your platform, though not in a good way. You may as well just omit the 2 way players from the game.
Jeffrey L commented
actually, it does make sense....but a pea brain such as yourself wouldn't understand! It is what it is….stop ******** and get a life bro! Move to ESPN....better bring the magnifying glass because folks over there think everyone has perfect vision!!
Kevin OBrien commented
He is one player why treat him as two. That would make the most common sense. Its a risk/reward thing. All teams have the option of drafting him so how would it be unfair to everyone else.
Carl LaCascia commented
Seriously Miles, get real. He is not listed as one player because he is essentially TWO players in one. Why would you give the lucky drafter a player who can be used for both hitting and pitching stats.
You know it is stupid requests like this that keep Yapoo programmers from actually improving their ****** product.
N L commented
Can't speak for Fantasy Baseball, but comparing Yahoo Football to ESPN Football, ESPN's version sucks. It's way too many steps to see previous season filtered stats on a player. Maybe ESPN baseball is cleaner on that.