Why does Jordan Montgomery only have a "P" desi
In the last three years he has appeared in 37 mlb games and 2 minor league games, all but one of the minor league game as starter. Injury should not cause him to lose SP eligibility. He does not even show up as an available player in a league that only has SP and RP positions
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Players changing positions can affect how you manage your team. Their positions are determined based on info from the MLB roster and past performance. Once the player has gained eligibility, they won’t lose it even if they don’t make additional appearances in the season.
Determine eligibility or rookie status
The number of games a player completes determines rookie status or player eligibility.
Position eligibility – 5 starts or 10 total appearances in a position.
Pitcher eligibility – 3 starts to be a starter, or 5 relief appearances to qualify as a reliever.
Rookie status – less than 130 at-bats, 50 pitched innings, or 45 days on the active roster for a Major League club during the 25 player limit.
Since Montgomery only has the P eligibility, he will have to earn SP/RP in leagues that only roster these positions or add the P roster position to add these players to the player pool.
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Jon Bodendorf commented
Why on earth is Jordan Montgomery not part of the player pool yet? He should have been part of it to begin the season given his experience.