Not urgent, but I just noticed some weird stuff with MiLB player position eligibilities. And what’s really weird is that I’m 99.9% sure that they were correct earlier this week.
For example, Spencer Torkelson should have 1B/3B for 2022 (like he has for 2021). He played 15 games at 1B in A+ plus 10 games at 1B in AA (i.e., 15+10>20). And then 16 games at 3B in A+ plus 15 games at 3B in AA. He came into the season with just UTIL (since he hadn’t played a pro game) and has earned 1B/3B for 2021, but for whatever reason he doesn’t have that 1B/3B eligibility for 2022.
Another example is Nolan Gorman. Gorman came into the season with just 3B eligibility, but gained 2B for 2021 since he’s played 16 games at 2B in AA plus 7 games at 2B in AAA this season. So he should be 2B/3B for 2022 as well. But he just currently has 3B eligibility for 2022.
So not super urgent since it’s just 2022 eligibility, but just thought I’d bring attention to it.