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Are the teams loaded into Yahoo yet? I have logged in and don't see any players loaded.
Like all of MLB they are probably on your bench.
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You are correct, the dreaded scroll. Sorry
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Even without the benefit of games played or any stats accumulating, my team is definitely better than Pete's.

Hope you're all enjoying the KBO. I watched a right fielder take a soft line drive to the thigh the first time I watched, so I've stuck with the replays of past classics. Looks like the '86 Mets are going to try and mount a comeback, Ojeda looked good last night.
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God Bless MLB network. After a great showing of 2004 ALCS Game 4 where the Sox stayed alive the Sox are trying to stay alive. Currently down 4-2 in the 7th.
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2004 David Ortiz was awesome. He was so good Yankee fans couldn’t even hate him, they just feared him. He would come to plate and hands would go onto heads with anxiety.
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2004 David Ortiz was awesome. He was so good Yankee fans couldn’t even hate him, they just feared him. He would come to plate and hands would go onto heads with anxiety.
Not that we didn’t have out share of juicer, but couldn’t stand that needle butt prick
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After the draft was loaded to Yahoo, I picked up Aaron Altherr on waivers, and he's tearing it up!! Another HR yesterday!! I haven't checked, but pretty sure I'm in first place!
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After the draft was loaded to Yahoo, I picked up Aaron Altherr on waivers, and he's tearing it up!! Another HR yesterday!! I haven't checked, but pretty sure I'm in first place!
Turned it on this morning to watch the set-up man turn a 5-2 lead into a 5-4 lead and it felt like I was watching the Mets again. So refreshing.
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I've decided that if there is a season, you can pay me my prorated salary as commissioner. Likewise, league fees and winnings will be prorated.

In all seriousness, the one thing I did think of is that if some players are opting out of playing this season, we will allow those owners to pick up new players based on where the holdout players were picked in the draft.

Let's pray for some baseball!
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I've decided that if there is a season, you can pay me my prorated salary as commissioner. Likewise, league fees and winnings will be prorated.

In all seriousness, the one thing I did think of is that if some players are opting out of playing this season, we will allow those owners to pick up new players based on where the holdout players were picked in the draft.

Let's pray for some baseball!
I need baseball...but I already think we "reset" for next season in terms of draft spots (a bit biased, but still).
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