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Looking to join League, Rotisserie Style, Online Auct/Draft

Postby jmvholt » Mon Feb 12, 2007 6:12 pm

Active owner with 20 years of fantasy baseball experience. Looking to join an experienced, established league. AL/NL/Mixed. Prefer 5x5, Rotisserie Style, Online Auction/Draft. Will consider a league expansion team or taking over for an existing team.
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Postby Poincare » Fri Feb 16, 2007 5:49 am

Hello. I play in a quality standard 5 by 5 mixed auction league with a bunch of guys from New England and a couple from Pittsburgh and New York. This league is going into its 5th year; the core group of owners in this league have been competing with each other for 12 years. The commissioner is a very dependable and knowledgeable guy who genuinely enjoys running his leagues and competing in them.

We have a standard $260 draft day cap for our entire 27 man roster. The active roster consist of 23 players (standard roto roster except we use only one catcher and 10 pitchers) with four reserves spots and no minor leaguers. There are 5 keepers per team every year and a little wrinkle called the "franchise player". The entry fee is $200. We played with only 10 teams last season, and our commish is determined to play with at least 14, if not more, teams this season. Our draft day is scheduled on-line for Saturday, March 31st.

If you would be interested in finding out more please shoot me a PM or e-mail me at mailto:poincare2718@yahoo.com. Looking forward to hearing from you.
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