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16 Team Auction Dynasty League

Postby jwnt07 » Fri Dec 21, 2007 8:03 pm

New Auction Dynasty League looking for some owners.

Cost is $75 yearly

League features:
Arbitration system
Deep Minor league system
Amateur drafts yearly
$300 payroll
Free agent compensation (draft picks)

and much more

If interested take a look at the league constitution and email me at

jwnt07@aol.com

Please provide me with your experience in fantasy baseball.

Also tell me if you have ever been in a league that has focus in minor leagues.

Here is the league forum.

http://www.phpbber.com/phpbb/index.php? ... iondynasty
Last edited by jwnt07 on Tue Dec 25, 2007 3:42 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: 16 Team Auction Dynasty League

Postby Cleveland Steamers » Sat Dec 22, 2007 2:09 pm

Sending you an email now..
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Re: 16 Team Auction Dynasty League

Postby dmacblue » Sat Dec 22, 2007 7:10 pm

Me too! Nice to see you again Cleveland Steamers!
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Re: 16 Team Auction Dynasty League

Postby jwnt07 » Tue Dec 25, 2007 3:42 pm

If you want in on this league please email me at jwnt07@aol.com

16 Team Auction Dynasty League

Fee: $75 Being voted on

6x6 Roto(could change in vote)

Hitting Categories
BA, HR, SB, R, RBI, OPS

Pitching Categories
W, ERA, K, S, Whip, Holds

(Could change in league vote)

Payout 100% after payment for
CBS site or if there is another capable site.
(vote)

Pay structure League vote.

Initial Draft:

You will have a payroll of $300 that you can do anything with. You cannot go over the 300 dollar payroll for any reason. It would be wise not to use all your payroll during the initial draft. You will be drafting 28 players.

1 C
1 1B
1 2B
1 SS
1 3B
5 OF
1 MI
1 CI
2 U
9 P
5 Bench

You may not draft any players that are in the minor leagues who have not had a single at bat or a single inning pitched. Those players will be drafted in the 12 round amateur draft. You may draft any players coming from Japan who have a major league contract signed.

Contracts:

After the initial draft you will have 3 days to assign contracts with all your players. You can sign them to whatever amount of contract you want 5 years the most though.

1 year 100% Ex. Pujols makes $50
2 years 110% Ex. Pujols for $50 now will make $55 the 2nd year.
3 years 120% Ex. Pujols will now make $60 in his 3rd year of the contract.
4 years 130% Ex. Pujols will make $65 cause we round up on .5.
5 years 140% Ex. Pujols will make $70 in his final year.

It's up to you if you want to sign all your players to 5 year contracts or not. But understand that if you do your stuck with them. If you want out of the contract you must buy out 50% of the whole contract. So if you signed Pujols to a 5 year deal and he gets injured or something you must pay 50% every year if you elect to let him go.

So in the 2nd year $28 of your payroll is gone .
3rd year $30 is gone and so on and so forth.

If a player makes less then 10 dollars they will make an extra dollar for every year they are signed. So in other words if they make 1. They will make 2 the next year 3 the following year all the way to 5.

1 dollar players may be released with no penalty.

Minor leagues:

There will be a 12 round draft for minor league after the initial draft. All minor leaguers do not count toward your initial $300 payroll. Once they are activated on your roster or reach 130 at bats or 50 inning pitched in the Major Leagues they will assume a $1 contract for three years. After their third year contract expires they will then enter arbitration. If they are in the top 10% of their position they will have a $20 contract the first year. If the 2nd year they are still in the top 10% they go up to $25. After two years they go to free agency or you have to sign them to a long term deal at 150% of what they make. So if they make $20 they will be signed to a $30 contract for the first year. After that it is the same as every major leaguer. In other words follow the contract chart.

Here is the Chart for Arbitration.

First year

Top 10% $20
Top 15% $18
Top 20% $15
Top 30% $12
Top 50% $10
The rest $5

Second year
Top 10% $25
Top 15% $20
Top 20% $18
Top 30% $15
Top 50% $12
The rest $5

If a player made $5 in the first year but then is in the top 10% the 2nd year he does go on to make $25 the next year. Arbitration will be decided by a panel of league mates. That will be decided based on the most dedicated owners over the first two seasons. We will take a look at all the players stats and decide what percentage they lie under. The arbitration panel's decision is final. If you offer a player arbitration you must pay it regardless of the outcome.

You do not have to offer arbitration to any players. They will then become free agents and can not be matched. In other words you lose them but you still receive draft pick compensation if they are eligible.

Minor leaguers must be drafted they cannot be picked up during the season. There is one exception. They can be picked up if you put them to your major league roster. However, if you do so they will become a free agent next season no matter what. If I feel you are just trying to take them out of the minor league draft I will reinsert them into the minor league draft for the next season, instead of them being a free agent. In other words if you pick up a single A player who was just drafted in the mlb amateur draft they will be made available in the minor league draft.

The most minor leaguers you can keep is 20 from year to year. In other words if you trade for 5 minor leaguers cause your playing for the future or something. Cause remember you can't pick up minor leaguers only trade or draft for them.

Minor League Draft:

After the first year 12 round minor league draft we will have a 5 round minor league draft each proceeding year.

Minor league draft picks cannot be traded. (League vote)

You may only draft player's with less then 130 at bats and less then 50 innings pitched. You may draft Japanese players who are signed in Japan currently but might be signing in america, if you want to risk it. You may not draft Japanese players who are signed in America they will be put up for free agency if they were not drafted by anyone previously.

However, they are acquired if a free agent is lost. The team that signs the free agent loses their draft pick.

Top 10% 1st round draft pick + Supplemental 1st round pick
Top 15% 1st round draft pick+ Supplemental 2nd round draft pick
Top 20% 1st round draft pick + Supplemental 3rd round draft pick
Top 25% 2nd round draft pick + Supplemental 3rd round draft pick
Top 30% 3rd round draft pick + Supplemental 3rd round draft pick
Top 50% Supplemental 5th round draft pick.
After that you get nothing for your loss sorry.


Trades:

All trades will be reviewed by a panel of teams. The first place Gm, the 5th place GM, the 9th place Gm and the last place Gm will make four of the voters every week. I will be the 5th vote. All trades should be accepted unless the integrity of the league is at stake. In other words the trade is not about if it's fair or not fair. It is about is their cheating going on. If someone trades their top star for two prospects and he's in last place that trade makes sense for him. Let's use our heads when deciding on if trades should be let through.

I hold the power to override any decision made by the panel but will only do so on league request. 10 of the 16 gm's would have to ask me to do so. Hopefully we never reach that point.

Free Agents:

After a contract is up the player will become a Free Agent. He will then be made available in the off-season. The player will be placed up for bid through a forum. At that point you can bid for him with the available funds you have. The team that loses the Free agent will get compensation in draft picks if he is eligible for it based on the chart. He also has the option of matching any contract made for that player if he has the funds available for that. A player is signed after 24 hours of no one bidding. The team who had him last has 24 hours to decide if they want to match the offer if they have the available funds.

Free agency will be done after arbitration every year.

Free agent signing in-season

You can sign any available free agent during the season. There will be a very small universe of players after the draft and minor league draft. (Could be put up to vote if enough complaints.)

Injured Reserve:

You are allowed 5 injured reserve slots. That way you do not have to release any of your injured players. During the time a player is injured a player can assume his roster spot from the free agency. He also assumes his contract. At the time the player is healthy you will need to release the player who took over for him.[/b]



Future Ideas

If we allow our minor league systems to grow to say 50-60 man we may implement a rule 5 draft at that point. It depends on all the owners wants. I am willing to do the work if everyone is willing to pitch in and help with updating their rosters. If everyone desires to have that deep of a minor league system and want this to really be very close to the mlb experience, then I will do everything I can to make it happen.

Just throwing stuff out there. If you have any ideas let me know.


http://www.phpbber.com/phpbb/index.php? ... iondynasty

Happy Holidays

Pedro
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Re: 16 Team Auction Dynasty League

Postby jwnt07 » Wed Dec 26, 2007 11:23 pm

Still 7 openings. Sign up while you can.
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Re: 16 Team Auction Dynasty League

Postby jwnt07 » Thu Jan 03, 2008 9:51 pm

There are two spots left. Email me if interested jwnt07@aol.com
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Re: 16 Team Auction Dynasty League

Postby jwnt07 » Fri Jan 04, 2008 10:17 pm

One spot left. Want to get this thing started. Email me if interested at jwnt07@aol.com
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Re: 16 Team Auction Dynasty League

Postby jwnt07 » Sun Jan 06, 2008 7:31 pm

Hello all there are two openings again. If your interested email me at jwnt07@aol.com

Let me post the revised rules.

League Constitution Revised version

16 Team Auction Dynasty League

Fee: $75 Being voted on

6x6 Roto

Hitting Categories
BA, HR, SB, R, RBI, OPS

Pitching Categories
W, ERA, K, S, Whip, Holds

Inning Limit and Maximum for Pitchers being voted on.

Payout 100% after payment for
CBS Site

Payout Structure
1st place 50%
2nd place 25%
Third place 15%
Fourth place 10%

20 Games position eligibility last year, 5 games this year

Initial Draft:

You will have a payroll of $300 that you can do anything with. You cannot go over the 300 dollar payroll for any reason. It would be wise not to use all your payroll during the initial draft. You will be drafting 28 players.

1 C
1 1B
1 2B
1 SS
1 3B
5 OF
1 MI
1 CI
2 U
5SP
2RP
2P

5 Bench

You may not draft any players that are in the minor leagues who have not had a single at bat or a single inning pitched. Those players will be drafted in the 12 round amateur draft. You may draft any players coming from Japan who have a major league contract signed.

There will be player lists that will be bid on and then a nomination round. I will not post any players who are eligible for the minor league draft. You may post players who are minor league eligible in the nomination round.

Contracts:

After the initial draft you will have 3 days to assign contracts with all your players. You can sign them to whatever amount of contract you want 5 years the most though.

You must also take the $300 dollar max payroll into consideration. You cannot sign extensions that will forcefully put you over 300. So if you sign 20 people to atleast two year contracts then the most you can sign them to is 292. Leaving 8 dollars for the remaining 8. Money management will be an important duty as a gm. The same goes for the 3rd year 4th year and 5th year. If I see a problem with contract extensions I will email you with changes that have to be made. You can not make a trade that will put you over the limit. Good luck in managing your team and money.

Again it would be wise not to use all your $300 and if you do be prepared not to sign your big guys to long term contracts.

Contract Chart:

1 year 100% Ex. Pujols makes $50
2 years 110% Ex. Pujols for $50 now will make $55 the 2nd year.
3 years 120% Ex. Pujols will now make $60 in his 3rd year of the contract.
4 years 130% Ex. Pujols will make $65 cause we round up on .5.
5 years 140% Ex. Pujols will make $70 in his final year.

It's up to you if you want to sign all your players to 5 year contracts or not. But understand that if you do your stuck with them. If you want out of the contract you must buy out 50% of the whole contract. So if you signed Pujols to a 5 year deal and he gets injured or something you must pay 50% every year if you elect to let him go.

So in the 2nd year $28 of your payroll is gone .
3rd year $30 is gone and so on and so forth.

If a player makes less then 10 dollars they will make an extra dollar for every year they are signed. So in other words if they make 1. They will make 2 the next year 3 the following year all the way to 5.

1 dollar players may be released with no penalty unless they are signed to long term contracts.

After the initial contract is over you will go to the free agent signing chart. You will look at what he made in his last year of his contract, his performance from the previous year and his age. At that point you can determine to offer him an extension. I will post all the players who are free agents and their performance on their final year. Here is an example of the free agent signing chart. Remember this is just the 1-2 dollar players and the top 10% in a given position.


Free Agent Signing Chart for 1-2 Dollar players

Previous year salary 1-2 Dollar Players

Top 10% in their position according to a league agreed ranking system.


Ages 18-24

Contract Extension options

1 Year $25
2 year $26
3 year $27
4 year $28
5 year $29

Ages 25-29

Contract Extension options

1 Year $26
2 year $27
3 year $28
4 year $29
5 year $30

Ages 30-33

Contract Extension options

1 Year $26
2 year $27
3 year $27
4 year $27
5 year $27

Ages 34-37

Contract Extension options

1 Year $22
2 year $22
3 year $21
4 year $21
5 year $20

Ages 38 onward

Contract Extension options

1 Year $19
2 year $17
3 year $15
4 year $13
5 year $12


Minor leagues:

There will be a 15 round draft for minor league after the initial draft. All minor leaguers do not count toward your initial $300 payroll. Once they are activated on your roster they will assume a $1 contract for three years. After their third year contract expires they will then enter arbitration. If they are in the top 10% of their position they will have a $20 contract the first year. If the 2nd year they are still in the top 10% they go up to $25. After two years they go to free agency or you have to sign them to a long term deal at 150% of what they make. So if they make $20 they will be signed to a $30 contract for the first year. After that it is the same as every major leaguer. In other words follow the contract chart not the free agent signing chart.

Here is the Chart for Arbitration.

First year

Top 10% $20
Top 15% $18
Top 20% $15
Top 30% $12
Top 50% $10
The rest $5

Second year
Top 10% $25
Top 15% $20
Top 20% $18
Top 30% $15
Top 50% $12
The rest $5

If a player made $5 in the first year but then is in the top 10% the 2nd year he still goes on to make $25 the next year. Arbitration will be decided by a league agreed ranking system. The arbitration panel's decision is final. If you offer a player arbitration you must pay it regardless of the outcome.

You do not have to offer arbitration to any players. They will then become free agents and can not be matched. In other words you lose them but you still receive draft pick compensation if they are eligible.

The Minor League Triple A and Lower Systems

The most players you can have in the minors is 20.

Triple A

The only way to get a player in Triple A will be

A.He is drafted in minor league draft.
B.If a player with a 1 dollar contract with no contract extension is swapped with a drafted player.
C.If a player is injured he can be stored in Triple A.

Players that start off in the Triple A roster can only stay there two years. If they stay the full two years they must be on the major league roster at the start of the next year at a $1 contract, or else they become rule V draft eligible and during the rule V draft anyone can pick them up. At that point they have three full years til arbitration. If someone picks them up in the rule V draft they must keep them in their major league roster all year(Unless they get injured).

If a player was called up at any point during their two year stay in the Triple A system that is the point when the three year countdown to arbitration starts. So if you kept them there for two years without calling them up then you have them for three years til arbitration. However if in the 2nd year you called him up at any point then you only have the remaining of that season plus two more seasons til arbitration. If you called him up during his first year and kept sending him up and down then you only have one more season til arbitration after the two years period he spent in the majors and triple A.

If a player was in the Triple A system for his two years and is sent back to the Triple A system any team can claim them(unless due to injury). If they are claimed they must stay in that team's Major league system. If the other team sends them down to the triple A system he will be sent back to the original team(unless due to injury).

In the event that a triple A player is traded whatever the amount of years he was in the triple A stays with him. So if he was in Triple A last year and he gets traded to you this year he still only has the remaining year left.

To call up a player from your triple A system you must post on the cbs sportsline site who you want to drop to triple A and who you are calling up. The move will take 24 hours to complete. After that you cannot call up the player you dropped to triple A for 15 days.

Lower Minor leagues

You can have as much as 20 players in your minor leagues. So if you only have 5 players in your Triple A system then you have 15 in your lower systems. All players in the your lower systems must have less then 130 at bats and 50 innings pitched. Once they have over 130 at bats or 50 innings pitched you must call them up to either Triple A or to your major league roster. If you elect to call them up to Triple A and for two years never call them up to the Major league roster at that point you must put them on your major league roster for 1 dollar or they will become Rule V draft eligible.

The benefit of keeping them in your triple A system is you can keep them in your minor league system while they develop in the majors and still get to keep them for three years at $1 until they reach arbitration. However as soon as you call them up to your major league roster the 3 year countdown to arbitration starts. If you call them up at any time during a season that counts as one year.

Minor League Draft:

After the first year 15 round minor league draft we will have a 5 round minor league draft each proceeding year.

Minor league draft picks can be traded.

You may only draft player's with less then 130 at bats and less then 50 innings pitched. You may draft Japanese players who are signed in Japan currently but might be signing in America, if you want to risk it. You may not draft Japanese players who are signed in America they will be put up for free agency if they were not drafted by anyone previously. You cannot draft college or high school players.

Draft picks will be acquired if a free agent is lost. The team that signs the free agent loses their draft pick.

Top 10% 1st round draft pick + Supplemental 1st round pick
Top 15% 1st round draft pick+ Supplemental 2nd round draft pick
Top 20% 1st round draft pick + Supplemental 3rd round draft pick
Top 25% 2nd round draft pick + Supplemental 3rd round draft pick
Top 30% 3rd round draft pick + Supplemental 3rd round draft pick
Top 50% Supplemental 5th round draft pick.
After that you get nothing for your loss sorry.



Trades:

All trades will be reviewed by a panel of teams. The first place Gm, the 5th place GM, the 9th place Gm and the last place Gm will make four of the voters every week. I will be the 5th vote. All trades should be accepted unless the integrity of the league is at stake. In other words the trade is not about if it's fair or not fair. It is about is their cheating going on. If someone trades their top star for two prospects and he's in last place that trade makes sense for him. Let's use our heads when deciding on if trades should be let through.

I hold the power to override any decision made by the panel but will only do so on league request. 10 of the 16 gm's would have to ask me to do so. Hopefully we never reach that point.

Free Agents:

After a contract is up you have the choice of signing him by following the free agent chart or letting him go. If you let him go he will then be made available in the off-season. The player will be placed up for bid through a forum. At that point you can bid for him with the available funds you have. The team that loses the Free agent will get compensation in draft picks if he is eligible for it based on the chart. A player is signed after 24 hours of no one bidding.

Free agency will be done after arbitration every year.

Free agent signing in-season:

Currently there is a vote being conducted if we should limit fa picks ups per year. Right now yes is winning 7-6. Also 15 is winning on the amount of fa pick ups we should allow.

If a team waives a player and you pick him up during the two day waive period you will assume his contract. The other team does not have to pay 50% of his contract in this situation. If you wait until after the two days is up and no one else picks him the team that dropped him will need to pay 50% of his contract. At that time anyone can pick him up and sign him to a contract for $1 for one year. After that to sign him go to the free agent signing chart.


Trading Draft Picks:

You will only be able to trade the current year's draft picks.

The Amateur draft will be conducted shortly after the real amateur draft is done in MLB. This will avoid the compensation problems.

After the amateur draft is done you can not trade amateur draft picks until free agency is done of that year. This will avoid any problems with compensation also.
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