In player search, add a "Probable following day" to go along with "Probable" for pitchers.
Sometimes a manager might want to go ahead and pick up a pitcher who is starting the next day in a same day transactions league. It would be nice to be able to have a drop down option to find all probably pitchers the following day to decide who to pick up.
M B commented
Restating what everyone else is below - this is a must have. Particularly at the end of a season where you are picking up/dropping pitchers every day to get as many last minute points as possible. I could have really used a 5-7 day probable pitcher outlook to plan it all out better. Instead I wound up using precious trades up unnecessarily. But a word of caution -- probable pitching lineups do change, even last minute, particularly at the end of the season. Nevertheless, this is a must have, three votes I give it, Yahoo please make it so!
Dave Poleck commented
another great suggestion
Rondo Cash commented
Yahoo knows probable SPs already for at least a week in advance..
Let us look at these future days from the probable screen.
We all know that probable does not mean guaranteed,this change should be easy to do.
It would especially help us in seeing if an SP is PROBABLE to pitch 2 times in 1 week.Two starts in 1 week can be fantasy gold.So,PLEASE just let us look at probable SPs for as far as a week in advance.
Chuck Slocumb commented
Another option would be to add columns for the next few days. It would help if they were sortable.
Also, just adding opponent columns for the next 3 days for all players would be useful. If I'm looking to add a player on Tue or Sat, that I'd like have as a possible starter on Thur or Mon, it would save a step of looking to find out if that player's team has a game that day.
In response to Anonymous: The OP made no mention of position players. Maybe you misread the title, but the message was clearly about pitchers. Also, there are only 30 Major League teams
This would be almost impossible for position players. You are asking Yahoo! to read the minds of 32 major league managers on who is going to play the next day.