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League Etiquette

Posted: Thu Apr 12, 2018 9:23 am
by cyler8
I will try to keep this short. This is a dynasty roto league and I have been doing pretty well streaming pitchers for the last few years. Really well so far this year. Recently the commissioner brought to my attention that some league members have talked to him about my streaming strategies and that they believe I am manipulating the system and that he should tell me to stop. For example this is my game plan for tonight:

I have identified three streamers tomorrow that I like.

So at around 11:57PM I jump on and will drop three players for the three streamers. Lets say:
Drop Tanaka for Maeda
Drop Morton for Matz
Drop Beltre for E. Rod.

Then at 12:00 AM I will do the opposite:
Drop Maeda for Tanaka
Drop Morton for Matz
Drop E. Rod for Beltre

Personally I don't see any issues with this as it has it's risks. Someone could be on at the same time and grab one of the players I drop. Also it's not giving me any extra advantage as the players I dropped are technically not on my roster for the next day.


Re: League Etiquette

Posted: Fri Apr 13, 2018 9:21 am
by Grey
Tell your leaguemates if they don't like what you do, then they should make rules against it, and until there's rules it's perfectly legal -- I'd do the same

Re: League Etiquette

Posted: Mon Apr 30, 2018 2:53 pm
by A2K
I'd tell your friends the same thing the cab driver told Mitch in the eternal classic 'Old School'