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  1. Our league started in 1993. This is an "In-Person" league. We have generally the same group of local guys (Mpls/St. Paul area), aged 35 to 70. We have a live draft at the end of March We have "in-person" transaction meetings about once a month. This is the only time you can change your roster. These get-togethers (3B meetings- Beers, Burgers, and Baseball) are a lot of fun! Lots of camaraderie! . Two commissioners run the league. League rosters, stats, etc, are run through CBS site. 21 man rosters. Weekly lineups- starters: C 1B 2B 3B SS OF OF OF Util (any
  2. Slaughterhouse league (since 2011). Partial keeper league- 1st year we keep 3 players, 2nd year we keep 5, 3rd year- 7, then we have a complete redraft. This keeps every team competitive and (for the most part) keeps owners coming back from year to year. This year we are keeping 7 players. Next season we will start from scratch with no players kept. H2H points, Weekly Wins are what matter in this league! Play one opponent each week. 4 divisions of 5 teams each. Win your division and you get paid! There are also two wildcard teams that get paid. Prizes (based on 20 tea
  3. SLAUGHTERHOUSE FANTASY BASEBALL Welcome to the Slaughterhouse!!! A keeper league that actually works!!! Q: Why do so many keeper leagues fall apart? A: A few teams become dominant and other managers lose hope and quit. Most managers do not want to go through rebuilding seasons, so they bail out. The Slaughterhouse league has an answer for that. The league has been running since 2011. Why? Because even if you finish in last place, there is hope of being competitive the following season. Our league is a partial keeper league. After the first seas
  4. If you're in the MPLS/ST P area.... We are seeking to add a 12th member to our LIVE- "in person" fantasy baseball league. This is a REALLY fun league, which is why it has been running since 1993! We are a group of guys, some young, some old, who love baseball, especially fantasy baseball! We meet regularly (Saturdays, about every 4 to 6 weeks) at Grumpy's Bar & Grill, Roseville (Snelling Ave). Highly competitive, lots of camaraderie! It’s unlikely that you will find a league that is as basic, and yet creative as this one. We have a unique setup with multiple ways to win. Afte
  5. Unique format! Have 17, teams, hoping to get 20. This is an "all-against" league, top 3 teams (most points) get paid. Approximate payouts: $160 $90 $45 League is run on CBS. Each team drafts 9 players. Each week your team will start 4 batters (any position) and 2 starting pitchers. Each team has a bench of 3 players (any combination of batters / starting pitchers). You can swap you bench players in for injured or sluming players on Mondays. There are no trades, no roster moves. The team you draft is your team throughout. The competition ends after week 12,
  6. We are seeking to add a 12th member to our LIVE- "in person" fantasy baseball league. This is a REALLY fun league, which is why it has been running since 1993! We are a group of guys, some young, some old, who love baseball, especially fantasy baseball! We meet regularly (Saturdays, about every 4 to 6 weeks) at Grumpy's Bar & Grill, Roseville (Snelling Ave). Highly competitive, lots of camaraderie! It’s unlikely that you will find a league that is as basic, and yet creative as this one. We have a unique setup with multiple ways to win. After our LIVE, In-Person draft, our league r
  7. If you're from the TC area, AND are into fantasy baseball Read ON!!!! This is a really fun, in-person league!!! It's more of club, really. Started this league in 1993! Fun bunch of guys aged 35 to 70, competitive, but lots of camaraderie!!! We have a "winter meeting" to discuss & plan the upcoming season. It's another excuse to get together with the boys and have a beer and a burger. We draft "LIVE- In Person" late in March. This is always LOTS of fun!!! We have a projector to put everyone's picks up on the big screen. PAYOUTS- Our league is run on the CBS fan
  8. Micro (small teams ) - Turbo (short season) This should be a lot of fun and it won't interfere with your other league(s). DETAILS: League is run on CBS, point system is pretty basic. Each team drafts 9 players. Each week you will start 6 players- 4 batters (any position) and 2 starting pitchers. You will have a bench of 3 players that you can sub in or out each week (Mondays). There is no trading and no drop / adds. You live or die with the team you draft! Since there is no trading, you can enter more than one team if you wish. The competition runs f
  9. Micro (small teams) Turbo (short season) This should be a fun competition and it will not interfere with other fantasy leagues you've got going. Details: Have 13 teams, hoping to get 20. CBS online draft on March 21st. Draft 9 players. Each week you will start 6 players (4 batters - any position and 2 starting pitchers). You will have a bench of 3 players (any combination of batters / starting pitchers). Each week you can change your lineup (on Mondays). There are NO trades, drop / adds. The team you draft is the team you will have for the entire compe
  10. Fantasy Baseball Club (Mpls / St. Paul area) We are seeking to add a 12th member to our LIVE- "in person" fantasy baseball league. This is a REALLY fun league, which is why it has been running since 1993! We are a bunch of guys aged 35+ who live in the Twin Cities area, and love baseball, especially fantasy baseball! Highly competitive, but lots of camaraderie! It’s unlikely that you will find a league that is as basic, and yet as creative as this one. We have a unique setup with multiple ways to win. Our league is run through CBSsportsline.com, but we draft "In-Person" and have
  11. Join our baseball club / league (Mpls/St.Paul Area) We: A bunch of old guys who love MLB and fantasy baseball You: An old guy (age doesn’t really matter) who lives in the vicinity and loves MLB and fantasy baseball. We are really more of a baseball “club” rather than a typical fantasy baseball league. Our League is entering its’ 28th year of fantasy baseball, with pretty much the same group of guys. We are looking for one more manager in the Twin Cities or TC suburbs! This is an "in-person" league and attendance at our meetings is expected. We are hoping to find s
  12. I have 13 teams committed and I'm trying to get to 20. This will be a fun, low-maintenance competition to run alongside your other fantasy baseball leagues. DETAILS: Entry is $25, Payout (based on 20 teams entered) will be $165 $90 $45 Draft 9 players. Each week you will start 6 players- 4 batters (any position) and 2 starting pitchers. You will have a bench of 3 players (any combination of batters / starting pitchers). Your bench can help with players that are injured / slumping. Your roster WILL NOT CHANGE! No trades, drop / adds, etc. The team you draft is your t
  13. Micro (small teams) Turbo (short season) This competition runs for 12 weeks. After that, top three teams get paid and it starts all over again with a complete redraft. Let's face it, the fantasy baseball drafts are one of the best things about spring. This competition let's you go around twice! Scoring system is pretty typical / basic. Each week you start 6 players: 4 batters (any position) and 2 starting pitchers. Each team would have a bench of 3 players (any combination of batters / starting pitchers). Bench players can be subbed in weekly (on Mondays) for injured
  14. RE: Slaughterhouse league email me for more info about the league / available team Thanks Dan rosco101663@yahoo.com
  15. SLAUGHTERHOUSE FANTASY BASEBALL We have one team available. You can decide which draft slot you want for the upcoming season. This keeper league has stayed together since 2011 and we even expanded from 16 to 20 teams in 2017. We have a great league set up!!! Read on!!! Welcome to the Slaughterhouse!!! A keeper league that actually works!!! Q: Why do so many keeper leagues fall apart? A: A few teams become dominant and other managers lose hope and quit. Most managers do not want to go through rebuilding seasons, so they bail out. The Slaughterhouse leagu
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