Ryan Becraft

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    Gathering feedback  ·  20 comments  ·  Fantasy Baseball » Waivers  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Ryan Becraft commented  · 

    When using continuous waivers, the waiver time needs to be adjustable for each individual league (ESPN has had this feature for a while). The reason my league switched to continuous waivers was so that when breaking news occurred (callup to majors, injury, new closer, etc.) the person with the highest waiver priority would have first chance at acquiring the player, rather then the person who saw the news first. We live on the east coast so when news breaks late at night, with waivers processing at 11:59PM PST, the person in our league who's up the latest will almost certainly get that player because nobody else will be able to put in a claim because they wouldn't have seen the news until the morning. For our purposes, we would need waivers to process around noon EST. Having waivers process at noon also allows us to claim players in the morning/early afternoon and have them added in time to our roster to use them in games that same day.

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