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Taking a look at how to manage a keeper league in the offseason

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#10 seeleysurfer01 2014-08-09 05:39
Quoting Feadur:
I use a spreadsheet. even during the year, its really easy to have excel just "pull" data from Yahoo and add it to the spreadsheet automatically, keeping stats updated daily. Ive got data for the last 8 years available as well as players height, weight, draft position, and nationality (salary has to be inputted manually) and ALL of it is colour-coded automatically as well.

if anyone wants a sample, lemme know!



Can you send me that spreadsheet?
#9 joshbonar09@gmail.com 2014-08-02 05:01
Can I have a spreadsheet sent to me...

#8 KaKoW! 2014-07-31 14:47
Ummm.. that spreadsheet sounds amazing, would very much appreciate that being sent to me as well if possible! (harrington at Hotmail.com) Thank you!!
#7 Bruinsfab 2014-07-31 13:29
I would LOVE a sample of your spreadsheet! I have spent over 40 hours with my co commish this summer getting ready to transition our league to a keeper! Do you have the code for your website as well? I would love to use your framework for our league! Thanks in advance! bruins.evan at yahoo dot com
#6 bigal77 2014-07-31 04:28
Id love the spreadsheet too please


many thx!
#5 OceanMon 2014-07-31 03:41
Feadur! Would love to get your sheet! Lackofknowhau at yahoo dot ca. Thanks!
#4 The Bottlenecker 2014-07-31 00:38
Quoting Feadur:
I use a spreadsheet. even during the year, its really easy to have excel just "pull" data from Yahoo and add it to the spreadsheet automatically, keeping stats updated daily. Ive got data for the last 8 years available as well as players height, weight, draft position, and nationality (salary has to be inputted manually) and ALL of it is colour-coded automatically as well.

if anyone wants a sample, lemme know!


Would love to have a sample. I recently posted how I would like to start my own league, and your spreadsheet would be a great motivator to get things rolling. PM me, The Bottlenecker, for my email address please.
#3 Pit Bulls 2014-07-30 21:54
@#2Feadur - can you send me a copy of your spreadsheet to ? Sounds awesome
+2 #2 Feadur 2014-07-27 15:20
I use a spreadsheet. even during the year, its really easy to have excel just "pull" data from Yahoo and add it to the spreadsheet automatically, keeping stats updated daily. Ive got data for the last 8 years available as well as players height, weight, draft position, and nationality (salary has to be inputted manually) and ALL of it is colour-coded automatically as well.

if anyone wants a sample, lemme know!
+2 #1 pull the goalie 2014-07-26 20:12
Nothing wakes up the league like an offseason blockbuster trade.

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