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Postby maestro1313 » Fri Dec 08, 2006 12:49 pm

Looking for something that will handle

Doing and auction...
Perferably contracts of players...
12 teams... flexibility in schedule and stats used.
Not horribly expensive?

Thoughts from anyone are wlecome...
Thanks
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Re: Good sites to run full dyasnty baseball league.

Postby Esen » Fri Dec 08, 2006 5:56 pm

maestro1313 wrote:Looking for something that will handle

Doing and auction...
Perferably contracts of players...
12 teams... flexibility in schedule and stats used.
Not horribly expensive?

Thoughts from anyone are wlecome...
Thanks


Your best bet is to use a Message Boards for all of your league drafts, lists, rosters everything and then Use Yahoo for the actual game play stats.

This works real world and from what I have seen is the most popular method to run a Dynasty league.
It is also a great way to keep organized.

The Dynasty League that I have been in for 3 years uses ths method.
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Re: Good sites to run full dyasnty baseball league.

Postby BravesGuy » Fri Dec 08, 2006 6:34 pm

Esen wrote:
maestro1313 wrote:Looking for something that will handle

Doing and auction...
Perferably contracts of players...
12 teams... flexibility in schedule and stats used.
Not horribly expensive?

Thoughts from anyone are wlecome...
Thanks


Your best bet is to use a Message Boards for all of your league drafts, lists, rosters everything and then Use Yahoo for the actual game play stats.

This works real world and from what I have seen is the most popular method to run a Dynasty league.
It is also a great way to keep organized.

The Dynasty League that I have been in for 3 years uses ths method.
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Re: Good sites to run full dyasnty baseball league.

Postby Old_Style » Fri Dec 08, 2006 6:36 pm

BravesGuy wrote:
Esen wrote:
maestro1313 wrote:Looking for something that will handle

Doing and auction...
Perferably contracts of players...
12 teams... flexibility in schedule and stats used.
Not horribly expensive?

Thoughts from anyone are wlecome...
Thanks


Your best bet is to use a Message Boards for all of your league drafts, lists, rosters everything and then Use Yahoo for the actual game play stats.

This works real world and from what I have seen is the most popular method to run a Dynasty league.
It is also a great way to keep organized.

The Dynasty League that I have been in for 3 years uses ths method.
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it's also the cheapest way to go ;-D
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Postby bigh0rt » Fri Dec 08, 2006 6:49 pm

^^^ These are all smart guys. We've been doing our league this way for years, using Proboards for all our league functions, and using Yahoo! to play the game itself. That way, all the money we have to shell out can end up being paid back out, instead of a portion going to providers.
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Postby noseeum » Fri Dec 08, 2006 7:12 pm

I think CBS' interface for the Commissioner's league is totally worth the price.

Much more participation on the league site than in a yahoo site. Yahoo is just ugly.

Plenty of options for scheduling, scoring, etc., and it gets better every year.
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Postby maestro1313 » Fri Dec 08, 2006 10:19 pm

bigh0rt wrote:^^^ These are all smart guys. We've been doing our league this way for years, using Proboards for all our league functions, and using Yahoo! to play the game itself. That way, all the money we have to shell out can end up being paid back out, instead of a portion going to providers.


Yea... this is they way we run our Year Round Multi Sport League (MLB/NBA/NFL) and it works fine, but it's a lot of background work.

This league, I really want to do with Contracts and I was hoping for something simpler. There is a My Fantasy League which does an outstanding football. It runs the auction for you... keeps track of all the contracts and everything.
I was just hoping for something more for baseball.
I appreciate the thoughts and if anyone hears of anything... Thanks
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Postby Esen » Fri Dec 08, 2006 10:41 pm

maestro1313 wrote:
bigh0rt wrote:^^^ These are all smart guys. We've been doing our league this way for years, using Proboards for all our league functions, and using Yahoo! to play the game itself. That way, all the money we have to shell out can end up being paid back out, instead of a portion going to providers.


Yea... this is they way we run our Year Round Multi Sport League (MLB/NBA/NFL) and it works fine, but it's a lot of background work.

This league, I really want to do with Contracts and I was hoping for something simpler. There is a My Fantasy League which does an outstanding football. It runs the auction for you... keeps track of all the contracts and everything.
I was just hoping for something more for baseball.
I appreciate the thoughts and if anyone hears of anything... Thanks


I know hat Yahoo was researching how to do this last year. maybe they will come out with something for Dynasty's
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Postby pokeyjoe » Sat Dec 09, 2006 12:49 pm

Esen wrote:
maestro1313 wrote:
bigh0rt wrote:^^^ These are all smart guys. We've been doing our league this way for years, using Proboards for all our league functions, and using Yahoo! to play the game itself. That way, all the money we have to shell out can end up being paid back out, instead of a portion going to providers.


Yea... this is they way we run our Year Round Multi Sport League (MLB/NBA/NFL) and it works fine, but it's a lot of background work.

This league, I really want to do with Contracts and I was hoping for something simpler. There is a My Fantasy League which does an outstanding football. It runs the auction for you... keeps track of all the contracts and everything.
I was just hoping for something more for baseball.
I appreciate the thoughts and if anyone hears of anything... Thanks


I know hat Yahoo was researching how to do this last year. maybe they will come out with something for Dynasty's


That would awesome if Yahoo added some dynasty or even just keeper options.
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Postby Arrowhead Nation » Sat Dec 09, 2006 11:40 pm

From what i can tell, Sportsline has the FB market cornered for people who don't concern themselves with price. They have MANY more scoring options than Yahoo. I know proboards is great, and I have done a league using message boards, but it is TEDIOUS. I would rather pay the $$$ to Sportsline and have the infinite more options than Yahoo.

The way the market is, those are really the only commish services I have seen that are good.
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