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Been playing fantasy baseball since Quota Sports started one of the first Rotisserie leagues. I finish 3rd in USA and all I was a t-shirt.

 

That being said I am looking for a dynasty or multiple annual keeper league. I would prefer to have MiLB roster as well. 

 

FANTRAX, CBS Commissioner or more detailed league structure is also preferred. 

 

Type of league is OPEN as for Head-to-head, Rotisserie, etc.

 

Auction draft is preferred for a Dynasty league or multiple keeper league.

 

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Hi  looking for one more owner for 15th season of 16 team Dynasty league. 6 teams have been in all 15 years, 10 are 10+. $100 buy in. Doing a dispersal draft of 4 teams this season. One owner passed, one got a new job and two had kids so using this opp to spread talent among new owners. Lots of good players available. H2H on CBS. Email mdunsh@gmail.com

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7 hours ago, Maven2424 said:

 

 

Established in 1986, the Ontario Lakeside Baseball Club (OLBC) is one of the oldest running Rotisserie Baseball Leagues in upstate NY (Rochester, NY). This highly competitive 12 team league boasts an auction draft (260 credit budget) with no limits on keepers, the ability to sign long term contracts, draft minor leaguers, make trades, and more. It is an AL only 5x5 Rotisserie League using CBS Sportsline.com website and includes an entry fee of $150. We are looking for an enthusiastic baseball fan who keeps roster up to date, responds to trade offers, and is active year round. Let me know. Thanks!

 

Brad

bradley.t.upham@gmail.com

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15 hours ago, BradleyT16 said:

 

Established in 1986, the Ontario Lakeside Baseball Club (OLBC) is one of the oldest running Rotisserie Baseball Leagues in upstate NY (Rochester, NY). This highly competitive 12 team league boasts an auction draft (260 credit budget) with no limits on keepers, the ability to sign long term contracts, draft minor leaguers, make trades, and more. It is an AL only 5x5 Rotisserie League using CBS Sportsline.com website and includes an entry fee of $150. We are looking for an enthusiastic baseball fan who keeps roster up to date, responds to trade offers, and is active year round. Let me know. Thanks!

 

Brad

bradley.t.upham@gmail.com

 

I was interested until you said AL only LOL. 

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$50 entry plus $6.67 for Fantrax premium; all payed securely through Fantrax treasurer. $ due 3/1/2020. Prizes handled by treasurer as well. Draft is 3/22 @ 4pm est. 

12 team H2H pts league; auction draft startup- $400 budgeted for draft to obtain 40 players (25 active-15 bench). Turning into a keeper league in which 15 players will be kept 2nd year- the second year auction draft will use your remaining budget to get back up to 40 players. (so if your 15 keepers total $100, you will have $300 remaining to draft 25 more players year 2).

Please see league rules summary if interested. 

Draft is scheduled for March 22 @ 4pm est. considering the first year is a full startup, the draft could last about 5 hrs. In the proceeding years, since we will carry 15 keepers over at their associated prices, the following years will entail drafting 25 players (25 + the 15 keepers) puts your roster back at $400. 

Rules:

https://www.fantrax.com/fantasy/league/d6czvegkk5xxc50k/rules

****if interested email me @:
Carmack_usaf@hotmail.com

Or post a reply with your email

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16 hours ago, Maven2424 said:

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16 team Baseball Fantasy Keeper League has a team available as we begin our 9th season in 2020.

 

The league is called Can of Corn and is a CBS Commissioner League.  We include limited keepers as well as minor league development slots. (Details below in League Constitution)

 

All pay-ins / pay-outs are done through PayPal. 

 

The team available picks 6th in each round of the upcoming draft.  The team has excellent keeper choices and a full complement of prospects in Minors status.  This team is likely to compete immediately with even a decent draft. The roster is shown below:  Shaded players are possible quality keeper options, with cost of round in column 5.  If there is an “M” in column 5, this player is eligible to be kept for free as a minors eligible player (MAX of 10).

 

PLAYER                    TEA    POS          Rd Cost

 

Michael Conforto

NYM

OF

PK

11

Whit Merrifield

KC

OF

PK

9

Danny Santana

TEX

OF

pk

N13

Giancarlo Stanton

NYY

OF

 

0

Asdrubal Cabrera

WAS

3B

 

3

Luis Arraez

MIN

OF

 

N13

Adam Eaton

WAS

OF

 

8

Trent Grisham

SD

OF

 

N13

Justin Smoak

MIL

1B

 

8

Matt Carpenter

STL

3B

 

0

Gavin Lux

LAD

2B

K

M-21

Renato Nunez

BAL

1B

 

N13

Domingo Santana

UNA

OF

 

10

Omar Narvaez

MIL

C

 

10

Josh VanMeter

CIN

OF

 

N13

Jorge Mateo

OAK

SS

K

M

Bobby Bradley

CLE

DH

K

M

Monte Harrison

MIA

OF

K

M

Tirso Ornelas

SD

OF

K

M

Nolan Gorman

STL

3B

K

M

 

Blake Snell

TB

SP

PK

2

Brandon Workman

BOS

RP

 

N13

Trevor Bauer

CIN

SP

pk

4

Chris Sale

BOS

SP

PK

6

Steven Matz

NYM

SP

 

13

Sandy Alcantara

MIA

SP

 

N13

Nathan Eovaldi

BOS

RP

 

1

Adam Wainwright

STL

SP

 

17

Brusdar Graterol

BOS

RP

PK

M

Michel Baez

SD

RP

PK

M

Nathan Eovaldi

BOS

SP

 

1

Jonathan Loaisiga

NYY

RP

PK

M

Jon Duplantier

ARI

RP

PK

M

Asher Wojciechowski

BAL

SP

 

N13

Domingo German

NYY

SP

 

13

Alex Faedo

DET

SP

PK

M

Simeon Woods-Richardson

TOR

SP

PK

M

CC Sabathia

NYY

SP

 

22

 

 

 

Email me at jimchait@gmail.com if interested.  You can be added as the owner to look around within the league to help you make your decision.  Ask me any questions you may have.

 

 

CONSTITUTION:

The annual fee for League is $110 per team.

Transactional charges made by a team shall be due and payable periodically throughout the season.

DRAFT:
The draft order will be selected randomly for 2012 (our inaugural year), and will be of the snake variety (ie: 1st pick in Rd #1 will have last pick in Rd #2 and all subsequent even numbered rounds). Starting with the 2013 Draft, the order will be determined by prior years' results (ie: worst record will have pick #1, League Champion will have the last pick in each round), and will NOT be of the snake variety (the order of all rounds will be the same).


PLAYOFFS:
Assuming we maintain a 16 team league, there will be 6 playoff teams: Two Division winners, Two Divisional 2nd Place teams, and Two "wild-card" teams. Therefore, each Division is guaranteed to send at least two teams to the Playoffs.
The 6 playoff teams will be seeded as follows:
Division winner with best record = #1 seed and 1st round bye
Other division winner= #2 seed and 1st round bye
Division 2nd Place with best record= #3 seed
Other division 2nd Place = #4 seed
Wild-Card with best record = #5 seed
Other wild-card = #6 seed
Wild-Card teams are next two best records after top 4 seeds, regardless of division.

Tie-breaking protocol will be used to determine seeds if necessary. Ties in the standings are resolved in this order: Winning Percentage, Head to Head Record, Division Record (for intra-divisional tie-breaking only, not for inter-divisional tiebreaking), Total Points.

The first round match-ups will be:
#3 Seed vs. #6 Seed
#4 Seed vs. #5 Seed
#1 & #2 Seed have byes

2nd Round:
#1 Seed vs. winner of #4 v #5
#2 Seed vs. winner of #3 v #6

Final Round:
The winners from 2nd Round will meet in the Championship game, with the losers meeting in the 3rd/4th Place game.

Ties in playoff games will go to the higher seeded team (#1 is higher than #4).




PAYOUTS:
ALL Monies collected will be paid out
$110 x 16 = $1,760, minus $150 CBS Sportsline Fee = a total pot of $1,610 + transaction fees.

Champion: $540, plus 50% of all transaction fees
2nd Place: $250, plus 25% of all transaction fees
3rd Place: $150, plus 15% of all transaction fees
4th Place: $100, plus 10% of all transaction fees
Division Winners: $100 each
Division 2nd Place: $50 each
Wild-Cards: $25 each

Weekly: $10 to the winner of each of the 22 weeks in Regular Season (Most Points each week) = $220.


Final payouts (including any weekly winnings) will be paid out immediately at the conclusion of our season.
All teams will be expected to promptly pay any outstanding transaction fees near seasons end as well as periodically throughout the year to assure this.



KEEPERS:
Each team will be allowed to "keep" up to 6 players going into the 2014, and each subsequent season. HOWEVER, a team can “keep” no more than 3 Hitters and 3 Pitchers. For example, a team selecting to “keep” the maximum 6 keepers will NOT be allowed to keep 4 hitters and 2 pitchers; or 2 hitters and 4 pitchers. A team may elect to keep any number of players LESS than the maximum. To keep a player, you will use your draft pick from the round BEFORE that player was selected in the preceding draft. (Example: You draft Joe Speed in Rd #7 in 2012…You select him as one of your keepers before the 2013 draft…Your Rd #6 pick in 2013 is then used to select Joe Speed. If you happen to elect to keep Joe Speed after the 2013 season, then you will use your Rd #5 pick for him in 2014, etc.) If a selected keeper of yours was undrafted that year (attained from the waiver wire or a minors pre-Sep 1 callup), you will use your Rd #13 pick (Rd #12 for a second non-drafted player, etc.) in the subsequent year. NO 1ST ROUND SELECTIONS may be “kept” the following year. All players maintain their draft position for keeper purposes; ie: A player was drafted by Team A in Rd #7, that player is subsequently dropped or traded during the season and Team B has him on their end of season roster. If Team B elects that player as a keeper for the following year, the Rd #7 draft pick still applies and a Rd #6 pick will be used to keep him. A player that was undrafted, but ends up on your year-end roster having been called up before September 1 from one of your Minors slots will also use a Rd #13 pick to be “kept” the following season. Any player on your roster with a minor league status and in one of your 10 minors slots on August 31, can be kept in addition to the maximum 6 active players that can be kept. If one of those players breaks camp the following year on the major league roster, you will at that point before week one make any roster changes necessary to maintain a legal roster. Note: Once keepers are "processed", they are final and their position in the upcoming draft is set. The only exception will be if, between keepers being processed and the draft, a player that has been kept suffers a catastrophic injury ("done for the season"), the owner can choose to remove that player as one of their keepers, thereby opening up the draft slot used and releasing the player into the available draft pool. A replacement keeper will not be allowed.

MINORS:
Each team can have up to 10 MINORS players on their roster. Keep in mind, you MAY draft a minors player during the regular 25 round draft – DRAFTED player keeper rules will apply for that player. If a player is called up, once he loses his CBS “Minors” designation, your roster will become illegal until you drop a player. All players on your roster still in MINORS status and in one of your 10 available MINORS slots on August 31 will be able to remain in your control (be kept) the next year; such players do not count towards the maximum of 6 active players that can be kept as outlined in the KEEPERS section. The commissioner will save a copy of all rosters on August 31.

Beginning AFTER the 2020 season, players will also be eligible for "free" keeping of players on your end of year roster that meet the MLB Rookie requirements: "To qualify as a rookie in Major League Baseball, a player must not have exceeded 130 at bats or fifty innings pitched in the majors, and also fewer than 45 days on the active rosters of major league clubs (excluding time on the disabled list or any time after rosters are expanded on September 1) in their previous seasons."


ROSTER EXPANSION:
On September 1 of each year, rosters will expand to allow 15 reserve spots (up from 10) for the remainder of the season. The reason for this is that since we have a full complement of minors slots available, it would be unfair to force teams to drop multiple players from their roster when MLB rosters expand and many minors players are given September call ups, especially if that team is involved in a playoff race. Consequently, from Sept 1 through the end of the season when rosters lock for the off season, the limits will be: Active:15, Bench:15,Minors:10, +any players on the DL. It will be from this final 40 man roster that teams will select their keepers for the following season based on status at season's end and of MINORS status as of August 31 (keeper procedures set forth above).

TRADES:
League trades will go to a 2-day "objection" period. If more than 6 objections are raised, the trade will go to the Commissioners desk for approval. The Commissioners stance on trades is simple: There is no reason two teams in good standing should not be able to make any trade they wish. However, any trade attempts that are obviously corrupt will not be allowed. The commissioner may request position statements on borderline deals from both the trading teams and objecting teams in order to make a fair decision on trades that are sent to his desk via objections. When a trade is consummated, the traded players officially become the property of the new owners pending the objection voting period. This means that if a player involved in the trade becomes injured during the voting process, this will have no bearing on the trade going through. If the trade gets enough objections to reach the commissioners desk, it will be judged on its merits at the time of the trade, with no credence given to an after the fact injury or suspension (unless unfair trading practices were used to trick an unwitting trading partner).

DRAFT PICK TRADES:
Draft pick trades between teams are allowed for the current years draft ONLY. No trades involving "future" years draft picks are allowed.

COMPETITIVE INTEGRITY:
As discussed elsewhere in the rules, illegal lineups will result in zero "0" points for that week. Attempts to "tank" any week for the purposes of 1) Attaining a higher draft pick the following year 2) "helping" any other team, especially during a playoff race, will not be tolerated. Each owner is responsible for fielding the most competitive team their roster allows each and every week. Violators will be disciplined with any means at the Commissioners disposal, including, but not limited to: fines, public shaming, draft pick loss, point(s) penalty, criminal prosecution, and expulsion from the League. The goal here is to provide an honest, enjoyable, fair to all, competitive league that we can all enjoy.

MISCELLANEOUS:
Team rosters may show as illegal until CBS properly assigns “MINORS” status to all such players before the season starts.

When placing a player on “IR”, you may add a player eligible at the same position at no cost. To do so, use the “add/drop” transaction and when you “add” the replacement, change the “drop” selection to “move to injured”. The commissioner will remove such charges periodically.

Weekly matchup ties will go to the HOME team.

JUNE DRAFT of AMATEUR PLAYERS:

As drafted amateurs are signed to pro contracts, they become available as MINORS players. Go to My Team/Alerts and Settings/Alerts, you can set an alert to send you an email when there are “new player additions”. You will receive this alert a day before the players become available on waivers. This will allow any team that wishes to add these new signees (CBS can not add them until they have signed a professional contract) the ample ability to do so. The waiver order in which adds will be granted will be based on our regular waivers order, which provides an unbiased, and somewhat arbitrary methodology that resembles a draft order. As new signees are added throughout the summer months, there will be a stream of such payers available throughout the remainder of the season.



 

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New league starting up on Fantrax - $75 - keepers - minors - 16 teams - categories - top 5 playoff finishers paid 

 

Rules Page: https://www.fantrax.com/newui/fantasy/leagueRulesSummary.go?leagueId=ymz3u7fkk1rywvac

Quick Join Link: https://www.fantrax.com/newui/fantasy/joinLeague.go?leagueId=ymz3u7fkk1rywvac&isSubmit=y

 

email fantasysports@perdueartworks.com with any questions

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We are a reboot of my 32-year, 6 X 5, Mixed, 5 Keepers Roto, Lou Piniella League.  Since last Sunday, I have added two new owners and have five more considering us.  Including myself, three of the other four holdovers have been with us from Day # 1.  We have fun, act like gentlemen, are passionately involved, and LOVE TO DEAL.

 

Constitution of the Lou Piniella League est. 1988 ("LPL II", to be effective 2020 Season)

Rich Murphy Sr., Commissioner   Rich Murphy Jr., Deputy Commissioner

(Note: items in red have either been changed since the end of last season, or are under review.)

 

Section I

Fees, Prize Monies

             One-time fee of $ 200.  Prize Monies:  1st to 4th place. League fees, minus expenses, held by "PayPal".

Statistics

             Standings and statistics are compiled by CBSsports.com.

             Highest point totals accrued through 162‐game MLB schedule determines League Champion.  Games played to break ties beyond Game # 162 will not count. Tie‐breakers: 1.) Categories won head‐to‐head and 2.) Batting Average.

Rosters and Eligibility                                                                                           

             Composition: Twenty‐six (26) players - Fifteen (15) hitters - one each at C, 1B, 2B, 3B, SS; CO INF, MID INF, three (3) DH/UTIL, and five OF. Eleven (11) pitchers ‐ five (5) starters min., eight (8) max., three (3) relievers min., six (6) max.

             Any hitter is eligible at DH/UTIL; hitters who only qualify at DH/UTIL are limited to DH/UTIL.

             Position Eligibility: 1.) Draft Day – hitters, twenty (20) games in prior season. Otherwise, where majority of games were played. Pitchers, 20 GS, or else majority as starter or reliever.  2.) In‐Season ‐ five (5) games for both.  

             Position to position moves allowed without restriction; five (5) game minimum applies.

             Players drafted in Rounds 1 – 20, whether on MLB or MiLB rosters may be carried on active roster.

             RDs 21-22.  Excludes unsigned Japanese, other foreign league players, undrafted high school and college players.

             Minor Leaguer Eligibility: based on MLB Rookie of the Year qualifications. 1. Position players - less than 130 at‐bats in prior season. 2. Pitchers - less than 50 IP in prior season.

Scoring Categories                                                                                        

             1.) Hitting ‐ Average, Home Runs, RBI, Total Bases + Walks + Hit by Pitch, Runs and Net Stolen Bases.  2.) Pitching ‐ Net Wins, Net Saves + Holds, ERA, Ratio and Ks.  Points awarded on a highest to lowest, equal weight basis.

 

Section II

The Draft and Picks

             Date: Held on Saturday, March 21st, 2020.

             Number of Rounds: Total – Thirty-one (31) with Rounds 30 and 31 to select Farm/Minor League players.)

             Farm players may be activated, reserved or traded without restriction.  Players who continue to meet ROY qualifications at season-end may be retained for following season, traded, or returned to free agent pool.

             The Minor Leaguer draft picks (Rounds 30 and 31) may be traded like any other pick.

             “Aroldis Chapman Rule”: Players under suspension at start of season who are drafted, must remain on active roster for duration of suspension.

             Draft order: Reverse order of prior season's final standings, modified by off‐season trades.

             Trading of draft picks: Picks may be traded in‐season from approximately May 15th to approximately August 15th, and in the offseason during ten-day Winter Trade Period (WTP,) commencing on the first Monday in February.

             Multiple‐Pick Rounds: Rounds 1 – 10, limited to maximum of five (5) and from Round 11 on, no limit.

             Trade-balancing Picks: cannot exceed two (2) in any round; additional inherited picks are moved to nearest preceding round with fewer than two inherited picks.

             Upon conclusion of WTP, at which time submission of keepers is due, all multiple-pick rounds must not exceed five (5) and multiple picks, two (2).

Keepers

             Number: Five (5) per team.  Injured players: 1.) Players declared as keepers who will start season on D.L., can be replaced on Opening Day.

Free Agents                                                                                            

             Priority: Awarded as follows:  1.) D.L.‐replacements, one free agent per team, last place team first. 2.)  Odd‐man trade replacements, and 3) FA claims, awarded same as 1.)

             Alternate Choices: Insufficient lists of names will result in roster with open slot(s) until filled.

             Weekly Limit: two (2) per team.  Effective Week 23-25, one (1) FA move per week. Week 26, rosters are frozen. D.L.-related and trade filler pick-ups do not count against weekly limit.

Trades

             All trades must be announced via e‐mail to entire League. Trades become official after one owner announces trade and second owner confirms it. Trades are made with "caveat emptor" understanding. Disputed trades are subject to review. Trades are permissible from approximately May 15th to August 15th and during ten-day February WTP.      

             Farm players who are traded may be replaced by another eligible Minor Leaguer. Players who lose ROY eligibility must be activated or dropped to FA pool, and may no longer occupy Farm slot.

Transaction Deadlines

             Sunday Free Agent moves: 10 p.m., ET.  Daily D.L. activation moves: addressed in order received, and effective same day if time-stamped prior to first pitch of affected player’s MLB game; if received later, move is effective next day. Daily trades: effective same day, if announced, confirmed, and all involved players' games have not begun. Otherwise, effective date will be next day.  FA roster “fillers” resulting from odd‐man deals: awarded upon trade confirmation.

Disabled List

             Eligibility: Players placed on MLB disabled list.  Players do not have to be activated by MLB club as a prerequisite to being activated by LPL owner.  Players who are injured post-draft and will begin season on the D.L., are eligible to be replaced prior to Opening Day on a first-come, first-served basis.

Suspensions/Paternity Leave                                                                                                       

             Players suspended for 50-plus games (PED-related use) may be immediately reserved and activated upon being added to MLB roster.  Players suspended for MLB or team disciplinary reasons do not merit “reserve” privileges. Players placed on Paternity Leave may be reserved, but period on LPL Reserve must be for minimum of seven (7) days, regardless of when player is activated by MLB team.

Date:  2 - 11 - 20

=========================================================================================================================================

If you've already found your league, GOOD LUCK!  If not, give us a shot.  You won't be disappointed.

Regards,

 

Rich Muphy

Commissioner

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