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  1. Ronald Acuna in rd 6 this year, but only for this year Tim Anderson in rd 22 with the potential to be kept for 4+ years
  2. Thanks for the help on mine. I like Bridgewater over Burrow. I think CLE will get back to running the ball to eat clock and Myles Garret is going to be a nightmare for that OL to deal with. I also like Marvin Jones Jr over Cole vs that ATL secondary.
  3. I was offered a trade which essentially comes down to the following question : At this point in the season, who would you keep for next season? Pick 3. (Keeper round value is represented in parenthesis) Keenan Allen (4), Tyler Boyd (5), David Montgomery (7), Myles Gaskin (10), James Robinson (10), Travis Fulgham (10), Justin Herbert (10), Antonio Brown (10), Robert Tonyan (10), Robby Anderson (12), and Jonnu Smith (14)
  4. Can anyone recommend a service that allows for Leagues to re-draft on a weekly basis? Due to the shortened season, I was hoping to just set up a league where a draft is held every Sunday night or Monday morning with no roster moves and the highest amount of points wins. I am having trouble finding any services that are able to provide something similar to this. I wasn't sure if this should be posted in Bench Coach or League Finder so I apologize if this is the wrong place.
  5. My suggestion was that either every player is always on waivers until they are put up for bid and then there is a 24 hour bidding period, OR every player is on waivers until Sunday at 11 am and any players that were bid on are claimed and any players that were not bid on remain on waivers. I am in an ottoneu baseball auction league with 40 man rosters and every single player must be nominated to bid, no straight pick ups. Thats what I thought all FAAB/Budget fantasy leagues were. It makes no sense to me to have FAAB but also allow free pickups for more than half of the week, especially wh
  6. So I recently joined a 12 team dynasty auction league. Rosters are 27 players, where you start QB, RB, RB, WR, WR, WR, TE, FLEX, K, DEF (10 active players). In the memo sent out prior to the draft by the commissioner, he stated that we would have $100 worth of FAAB to bid on players that were not drafted. There were no more details other than that. Long story short, I draft Luck, and obviously he retires last night. I was asleep when the news broke, so when I woke up, naturally I went to nominate Brissett and bid on him using my FAAB. This is when I discover that the commissioner set the waive
  7. Thanks for the help on mine. You still have Pham/Kepler in OF other than your starting 3 so I would obviously do this move if the other owner wants to. Cant imagine why an owner would hold Kluber all year only to trade him for Franmil Reyes though...
  8. Team in sig. I was offered Max Sherzer for my Nola and Albies..would you do it? Leave a link and I WHIR ASAP!
  9. The rosters are 9 position player starters (C, 1B, 2B, 3B, SS, 3 OF, UTIL) 8 pitchers, 6 bench. 3 IL Spots, 1 NA spot for a minor leaguer. Team C (traded deGrom for Chavis & Addell) but is only 14.5 games out of a playoff spot with 13 weeks to play. There is a cap on the amount of player adds you can make per week, which is set at 3. After the trade, his only pitcher in the top 260 players is Gerit Cole (at 92). deGrom was his next best pitcher at an overall rank of 261. His pitching was not deep, and it sure isnt now. His starting lineup would now be : C - Sanchez, 1B - Hosmer, 2B - LaSte
  10. You need to relax with the sarcasm. Obviously i'm not wiretapping people in my league but a little investigation and conversation with the involved parties can sometimes reveal certain details that show the motive of the trades. If I didn't care or was ignorant I wouldn't be posting in this forum for opinions. In general, the league is extremely active and competitive, so lopsided trades are not the norm. These trades have raised suspicion amongst members of the league. It isn't my job as a commissioner to babysit people and the deals they make. I am merely asking if these trades are lops
  11. I am a firm believer in not vetoing trades just because I may think they are "dumb." As long as there is no collusion, generally, I don't even think twice about approving trades. However, 2 trades were accepted in my league last night that I found suspicious. Team A and Team C are brothers. Team B is a close friend of Team A and Team C. This league is a 10 team head to head categories keeper league. Team A is in last place (6 teams make playoffs) Team B is in 7th place. Team C is in 9th place. The first trade is : Team A receives Gleyber Torres (Round 15 keeper) and Martin Perez (Ro
  12. Soo hes already blown those power projections out of the water...what do you project as a realistic ROS statline after his scorching hot start? Is 25 bombs a possibility or has he been lucky
  13. **UPDATE** The offer has changed to : His Jacob deGrom & Sean Doolittle for My Joey Gallo & Chris Paddack The innings limit on Paddack scares me and I will probably not keep Paddack anyway (we can only keep 3 MLB players) so I think I like this trade as well. Would you do this? WHIR!
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