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ONE LEAGUE RULE - YOU CAN ONLY PLAY 4 RPs (RELIVERS IN REAL LIFE) MAX ON ANY GIVEN DAY. THIS IS TO HELP PREVENT STAT ACCUMILATION ON HOLDS AND SAVES IF YOU HAPPEN TO HAVE A RELIVER THAT ALSO HAS STARTER ELIGIBILITY. SO IN OTHER WORDS IF YOU HAPPEND TO HAVE SOME PITCHERS THAT HAVE SP/RP EGIBILITY YOU COULD PLAY UP TO 9 RELIEF PITCHERS ON ANY GIVEN DAY. WHICH TAKES AWAY FROM THE FAIRNESS OF THE HOLDS AND SAVES CATAGORIES. PLEASE FOLLOW THIS RULE AND ASK QUESTIONS IF YOU DONT UNDESTAND. I DONT CARE IF YOU START A SP IN A RP SPOT BECASUE IF YOU WANT TO EAT UP ALL YOUR INNINGS PLAYING MULTIPLE STARTERS EVERYDAY THAT IS FINE. BUT YOU CAN ONLY HAVE 4 REAL LIFE RPs (what yahoo designates them as doesnt matter) STARTING IN YOUR
1st Offense - We will assume this is an error but the mistake will be corrected (this will only apply to the first team that does it. After the first team makes this mistake all other teams should be more than aware of this rule and the 1st offense will not be in play anymore. If someone else does break the rule after the first team does it will be up to the judgement of the commish to decide to warn the second team that has broken the rule or automatically charge them with the 2nd offense penalty. More than likely you will be given the 2nd offense penalty so dont complain to me how it is unfair if you break the rule)
2nd Offense - All your players will be moved to the bench and your team will be frozen for 2 days. I will chose 2 days that have the most players playing also.
3rd Offense - same as 2nd offense but it will be 4 days of frozen players on your bench
4th offense - same as 2nd offense but will be a week of frozen players on your bench
5th offense - Lets hope it doesnt get here. But you will be locked from your team and will not be able to adjust your line-up the rest of the year.