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Two teams left in 30 team dynasty league

Postby Breezeman » Fri Dec 19, 2008 2:43 pm

30 teams going into 3rd year,the Yankees are available,please look over the roster and rules

Plays on CBS,$13.00 fee,year round trading,etc

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Just added the Cubs to the available teams list
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Re: Two teams left in 30 team dynasty league

Postby Breezeman » Sat Dec 20, 2008 3:47 pm

One owner i found here just quit,so i have 2 teams open
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Re: Two teams left in 30 team dynasty league

Postby reasonbass » Sat Dec 20, 2008 11:13 pm

I'm interested. I've looked over the rules...can't see the rosters cuz my account hasn't been approved yet.

I'm available on yim and aim too if you have that. Screen name is reasonbass
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Re: Two teams left in 30 team dynasty league

Postby airweino » Sun Dec 21, 2008 3:52 am

I am kind of interested as well, but want to look things over again.

I also have no YIM or AIM - I am on MSN Messenger though, does that work? If not, I can do the others if necessary.
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Re: Two teams left in 30 team dynasty league

Postby Breezeman » Sun Dec 21, 2008 12:33 pm

The rosters ARE IN the available teams section which IS viewable without joining
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Re: Two teams left in 30 team dynasty league

Postby airweino » Sun Dec 21, 2008 5:15 pm

I am very interested in this league (especially being a Cubs fan myself and seeing them available). But I have never played in a dynasty league before, so I am unfamiliar with basic dynasty play. I have been in a standard 5x5 mixed keeper league since 1998 though so I am no a rookie to fantasy baseball

Can you give me some clarification on setting salaries and contracts? What does COTS have to do with determining salaries?

I am also a bit confused on the draft picks section.

Just a few questions before I say yes! And, I was able to find the rosters.

Thanks!
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Re: Two teams left in 30 team dynasty league

Postby Breezeman » Sun Dec 21, 2008 11:07 pm

airweino wrote:I am very interested in this league (especially being a Cubs fan myself and seeing them available). But I have never played in a dynasty league before, so I am unfamiliar with basic dynasty play. I have been in a standard 5x5 mixed keeper league since 1998 though so I am no a rookie to fantasy baseball

Can you give me some clarification on setting salaries and contracts? What does COTS have to do with determining salaries?

I am also a bit confused on the draft picks section.

Just a few questions before I say yes! And, I was able to find the rosters.

Thanks!


Cots is where we get the real life salaries from.....the rest are from free agent contracts or prospects.

Draft picks=you get the parent clubs first 2 picks;meaning if the club has 2 1st round picks,those are yours,or if the club has a 1st and a 3rd round,those are yours,in other words whereever the real life team picks,you get their 1st 2 picks

Hope this helps
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Re: Two teams left in 30 team dynasty league

Postby airweino » Mon Dec 22, 2008 1:57 am

Thanks, again I have never played ina dynasty league, so this is all new. So, just to clarify:

All players' salaries are the same as their real-life salaries once they are drafted? Does that include contract length as well? Free agents though have their salaries set by the bidding system then?

The draft picks seems a bit arbitrary - why not based on the finish within the league and not real-life? A team could finish in 1st in the league but in last in real life and still get a top draft pick?

Sorry, just curious on these things as I make a decision.
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Re: Two teams left in 30 team dynasty league

Postby Breezeman » Mon Dec 22, 2008 3:23 pm

airweino wrote:Thanks, again I have never played ina dynasty league, so this is all new. So, just to clarify:

All players' salaries are the same as their real-life salaries once they are drafted? Does that include contract length as well? Free agents though have their salaries set by the bidding system then?

The draft picks seems a bit arbitrary - why not based on the finish within the league and not real-life? A team could finish in 1st in the league but in last in real life and still get a top draft pick?

Sorry, just curious on these things as I make a decision.


Length up to a 7 yr contract,this is the leagues 3rd yr,so more and more contracts become FA contracts over real life contracts....as per draft picks,it may get changed eventually to a draft base on last season standings,maybe for 2010...idk yet
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Re: Two teams left in 30 team dynasty league

Postby airweino » Mon Dec 22, 2008 4:03 pm

I think I beginning to see how things work. Sorry for all the questions, just want to make sure it is the right fit for me so I can commit and not flake out on everyone!

To clarify then, initially we would use a player's current contract to set their price. That player could be kept for up to 7 years at that salary. If they are not kept, then they go into the FA pool and their salaries are determined in a FA bidding.

Also, what does PPC, RLC, and FCC stand for alongside the players contracts? (I'm guessing Prospect, real-life, full count contracts?)
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