draft Sun Mar 8 at 12 EST, $50 entry, done through League Safe.
We keep 3 players for a max of 3 years (to encourage trading and long-term strategy). You can also keep up to 3 minor leaguers, at a cost of later-round draft picks (18th-20th). 4 Teams available (number in parentheses is the year control expires on that keeper -- so 21 means he will go into the 2022 draft pool if you still own him).
Jukes (possible keepers): Altuve (21)/Jose Ramirez (21) /Judge (21)/Semien/Bell/Polanco/Greinke // (prospect keepers): Florial/Daz Cameron
Loria: Story (21)/Rizzo (22)/Kluber (21)/Severino (21)// Hoerner/Kopech
Gaijin: Harper (21)/Bryant (21)/Lemahieu/Merrifield/Castillo/Diaz (21) // Kelenic/ K Ruiz
Team 11: Freeman (21)/Goldschmidt (21)/Nola (21)/Seager // K Wright
24 man roster, 17 eligible (10 hitters/5 SP/2 RP) daily, with 162-game limits on the hitter slots and 1250 IP season limit (so you can't just churn every starter in the FA pool). Pt system is as follows, I know it won't format right but hopefully you can make some sense of it:
At Bats (AB)
Caught Stealing (CS)
Grounded Into Double Plays (GIDP)
Hit By Pitches (HBP)
Home Runs (HR)
Runs Batted In (RBI)
Runs Scored (R)
Stolen Bases (SB)
Blown Saves (BS)
Earned Runs Allowed (ER)
Hit Batsmen (HB)
Hits Allowed (H)
Home Runs Allowed (HR)
Innings Pitched (IP)
Strikeouts Pitched (K)
Walks Allowed (BB)
So, no absurd "no hitter worth 1000 points" wild cards... positive points for positive outcomes, negative for bad. If your boy hits a grand slam, it's -.25 for an AB, 2.25 for a hit, 3 for a home run, 1 for a run and 4 for RBIs, so it's a 10-point event. We've been using this point system for almost 20 years, there is none better out there.
If interested, or if questions, leave your contact info here and I'll get back to you!
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