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Re: General Commentary (2007-2008 Season)

Postby WickedSmaat » Sat Jan 10, 2009 2:29 pm

Fade2White12 wrote:
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RocketsDWM wrote:And there are plenty of owners at the cafe that would easily fit into our league and be active for the entire season. As I said before I'll send out a PM to a couple of those owners (any suggestions would be great).


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O:-)


Do you always just randomly troll around different Cafe league forums, waiting for your opportunity to strike? B-)


HAHA! Actually last night was my first time trolling the forums, since my past few weeks of looking for a cafe league in the classifieds has pretty much gone no where. So I figured the next place to go was the forums for existing leagues looking for replacements. Just so happens this was the first one I went into.

Just putting my hat into the ring for any replacements you guys would need ;-D
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Re: General Commentary (2007-2008 Season)

Postby Grounded Polo » Sun Jan 11, 2009 3:17 pm

Snakes Gould wrote:i also enjoy minor league systems but they tend to be useless unless we are keeping 10+ players or going full dynasty.


I'd definitely like a larger MiLB system if we're going the keeper route. If we only have like 3-5 guys per team, you could easily have some years without even promoting anybody because you've got to save the slots on guys you really can't drop.

Who is getting dropped from this league?
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Re: General Commentary (2007-2008 Season)

Postby AussieDodger » Mon Jan 12, 2009 7:30 am

Grounded Polo wrote:
Snakes Gould wrote:i also enjoy minor league systems but they tend to be useless unless we are keeping 10+ players or going full dynasty.


I'd definitely like a larger MiLB system if we're going the keeper route. If we only have like 3-5 guys per team, you could easily have some years without even promoting anybody because you've got to save the slots on guys you really can't drop.



I've just been in a league with 15 minor league keepers, and having that many really didn't do much for the league. During the yearly minors drafts guys just went overly stupid on that years hyped draft picks. And then they just sat there.

I'd like to propose that the minor leaguers must have played A+ ball before you can select them. ;-D
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Re: General Commentary (2007-2008 Season)

Postby WickedSmaat » Mon Jan 12, 2009 6:59 pm

AussieDodger wrote:
Grounded Polo wrote:
Snakes Gould wrote:i also enjoy minor league systems but they tend to be useless unless we are keeping 10+ players or going full dynasty.


I'd definitely like a larger MiLB system if we're going the keeper route. If we only have like 3-5 guys per team, you could easily have some years without even promoting anybody because you've got to save the slots on guys you really can't drop.



I've just been in a league with 15 minor league keepers, and having that many really didn't do much for the league. During the yearly minors drafts guys just went overly stupid on that years hyped draft picks. And then they just sat there.

I'd like to propose that the minor leaguers must have played A+ ball before you can select them. ;-D


Well with dynasties with rookie draft they have to be committed to years before they generally make a huge impact. I mean yeah you'll get the guys that are drafted high but there's so many that don't make it compared to those that do. That's the draw with a minor system, and I think if you do have one the deeper the better. I'd probably say no to the A+ ball prerequisite as some of the guys coming straight from the draft are the guys that are most wanted, and I'd rather see someone like a David Price be drafted than picked off the waiver wire because he couldn't be drafted but made it to the bigs before the year closed.
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Re: General Commentary (2007-2008 Season)

Postby Grounded Polo » Mon Jan 12, 2009 7:46 pm

AussieDodger wrote:
Grounded Polo wrote:
Snakes Gould wrote:i also enjoy minor league systems but they tend to be useless unless we are keeping 10+ players or going full dynasty.


I'd definitely like a larger MiLB system if we're going the keeper route. If we only have like 3-5 guys per team, you could easily have some years without even promoting anybody because you've got to save the slots on guys you really can't drop.



I've just been in a league with 15 minor league keepers, and having that many really didn't do much for the league. During the yearly minors drafts guys just went overly stupid on that years hyped draft picks. And then they just sat there.

I'd like to propose that the minor leaguers must have played A+ ball before you can select them. ;-D


I don't want 15 guys either, that's a second draft after the real one. I'd be fine with 6-8, just enough to cover all the top guys and 1 or 2 guys to keep around.
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Re: General Commentary (2007-2008 Season)

Postby AussieDodger » Tue Jan 13, 2009 4:27 am

We'll require a urine sample and your credit card number.

Send it to:

Craig Gould
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Re: General Commentary (2007-2008 Season)

Postby WickedSmaat » Tue Jan 13, 2009 2:40 pm

AussieDodger wrote:We'll require a urine sample and your credit card number.

Send it to:

Craig Gould
c/o Philadelphia Man-Boy Love Association
Philadelphia
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The sample is easy to get, just turn his faucet on, should yield the same results.
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