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Post by MustacheToes on Sat Dec 13, 2008 4:09 pm

Here are the 18 starter, 7 bench & 12 MILB spot maximums as follows:

C
1B
2B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
UT

SP
SP
SP
RP
RP
RP
SP/RP
SP/RP
SP/RP

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BN
BN
BN
BN
BN
BN


MILB
MILB
MILB
MILB
MILB
MILB
MILB
MILB
MILB
MILB
MILB
MILB


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Post by malta69 on Sun Dec 14, 2008 11:13 pm

Is it me, or is that ALOT of pitching slots???
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Post by Guest on Wed Dec 17, 2008 7:27 pm

It does seem like a lot. I would probally like to see 2 RP as opposed to 3, but baseball has a lot of RP's and even for a 20 team league it should be fine

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Post by HighLanderZ on Fri Feb 13, 2009 7:28 am

How many DL spots do we have?
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Post by The Czar on Fri Feb 13, 2009 5:11 pm

HighLanderZ wrote:How many DL spots do we have?

I was told 3 when I drafted Hudson. I would not have drafted him otherwise.
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Post by RotoRaysfan on Sat Jan 16, 2010 8:32 pm

Please note the rule changes/clarifications for 2010, as agreed by league votes:

EDIT:  Rule Changes for 2010 - RRF

During the season, CBS's database will determine eligibility status for all MLB-rostered players.  Free agent players who have injuries that will clearly create a DL situation will be manually entered by the Commissioner's discretion into a DL spot.   In the off-season, CBS does not keep track of DL-eligible players.  After Sept. 1st, when rosters use 40-man rosters instead of 25-man rosters, teams also often fail to designate players for the 15-day DL, as they can field full teams even with injured players.  

Because of the above, during the off-season, Commissioners will designate players as DL-eligible if either CBS's player notes (the "+" beside their name) or by a major up-to-date news source (CBS, RW, Rototimes, ESPN, CNN, MLBTR, team's primary news team, etc.) demonstrates concrete evidence (i.e. a clear timeline is set, not speculation) a player has an injury with a clearly defined ETA for recovery that involves regular season time, Commissioners may designate players as DL-eligilble in the above cases.  The same principle will be applied for September injuries, where teams often don't use the DL with 40-man rosters now eligible for use.

Once a player is activated off the DL in CBS's database, each team owner must make a roster decision in order for CBS to recognize any other roster changes.  A Commissioner can be contacted if there is a situation of a CBS error - but as CBS usually is 1 day late in putting someone on the DL, and 1 day late in taking them off, this is not considered an error, but a byproduct of the CBS system.  

No team can exceed the 15 player MILB maximum (all players who legally occupy a MILB keeper spot are considered MILB players), or the 25 player MLB maximum (DL not included), as a result of transaction, draft or trade. No team can reduce their MLB / MILB #'s on one side in order to exceed the maximum count on the other side (e.g. 24 MLB players & 16 MILB players). The only exception to this rule is if a player occupying a MLB spot gets demoted in real-life, or if a MILB player gets promoted in real-life, teams do not have the obligation to change their status (but once they do, they cannot reverse this move unless it occurs in real-life). Trades, transactions and drafts cannot create the situation where the maximum # is exceeded.

No team can exceed the maximum of 3 DL-eligible players.  Once a team has more than 3 DL players, they must choose to waive or reserve that player and make corresponding roster moves to meet roster limits.  In recognition of the FA's who are not listed on the DL but who would otherwise be on the DL if they were signed (past precedent established with Brandon Webb and Ben Sheets in past years), teams can declare a keeper who is on the DL and confirmed to miss regular season time as DL-eligible.   The player cannot be kept on the DL on CBS - so will be waived but unclaimable so long as the team keeps only a maximum of 2 DL players.    In the event a team uses a 3rd DL spot, that player becomes a FA.   Once the player signs with a MLB club and their status clarified officially by MLB, the player will be reinstated into the team, with the necessary requirements to meet lineup/DL #'s accordingly.

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