Fantasy Baseball 2011: Complete Dual-Qualifiers List for Yahoo! Managers

Fantasy Knuckleheads@_knuckleheadsCorrespondent IFebruary 28, 2011

Don’t worry all you Yahoo! League fans out there, we haven’t forgot about you guys! For those confused over that comment, Yahoo! leagues have a different setup and player eligibility than the likes of other leagues.

Example: Tampa Bay’s Ben Zobrist has eligibility at 1B, 2B and 3B in Yahoo! but is only available at 2B and OF in most ESPN leagues.

So for the diligent manager who keeps the most scrupulous notes, I give you all of the dual-qualifiers in Yahoo! leagues.

Keep in mind, this is not set in stone, and a player’s eligibility could change by opening day…Adam Lind I’m looking your way, sir!

Hope this helps guys, and if you have a specific question, just leave it below.

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There ya have it guys! And remember, make sure you double check your guy before drafting (especially those of you in later drafts) in the event one of these players’ eligibility changes. And if you’re interested in more great advice and analysis for your 2011 fantasy baseball draft day, take a look at out FREE Fantasy Baseball Draft Kit. It has everything you need to dominate your league, and it’s totally free!

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