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Postby Bravesfan4life » Sat Jan 24, 2009 3:35 am

Okay, I drafted this dynastyy league in the summer of 2008, its starting this year, league setup is as follows:

Scoring Set up:

Walk - 1 pts
Intentional Walk - 2 pts
Hit for Cycle - 50 pts
Single - 1 pts
Doubles - 2 pts
Triples - 3 pts
Homeruns - 4 pts
Grand Slam - 10 pts
RBI - 1 pts
Run Scored - 2 pts
Stolen Bases - 2 pts
Caught stealing - -1pt

Quality Start - 3 pts
Win - 5 pts
Inning Pitched - .5 pts
Strikeout - 2 pts
Hold - 2 pts
Save - 4 pts
Blown save - -2 pts
Complete Game - 7 pts
Shutout - 10 pts
No Hitter - 100 pts
Relief Appearance - 1 pts
Batters Grounded into DP - 2 pts

We will have a 35 man minor league roster, in which you can store any player not on your active roster. He can be a prospect, or an MLBer, doesnt matter.
Meaning, you can carry a maximum of 60 players on your roster at any given time.

My Rosters

MLB:

C: Russell Martin
1B: Adrián González
2B: Dan Uggla
SS: Michael Young
3B: Chipper Jones
OF: Matt Holliday
OF: Nate McLouth
OF: Magglio Ordóñez
MI: Kevin Kouzmanoff
CI: James Loney
UTL:Blake Dewitt
BN: Bengie Molina
BN: Hideki Matsui
BN: Mark Ellis

SP: Jake Peavy
SP: James Shields
SP: Jair Jurrjens
SP: Adam Wainwright
SP: Brad Penny
P: John Smoltz
SU: Trevor Hoffman
SU: Scot Shields
SU: Brian Fuentes
SU: Carlos Marmol
CL: Billy Wagner

Minors:

SP: Jess Todd
SP: Jaime Garcia
SP: Ethan Martin
SP: Kevin Pucetas
SP: Clayton Richard
SP: Ryan Perry
SP: Andrew Cashner
SP: Nick Additon
SP: Loek Van Mil
CL: Luis Valdez
CL: Anthony Slama
CL: Jonathan Ortiz
CL: Francisco Samuel
CL: Fernando Salas
C: Austin Romine
C: Jake Jefferies
C: Derek Norris
1B: Kyle Blanks
1B: Jamie D'Antona
1B: Ernesto Mejia
2B: Johnny Giavotella
2B: L.J. Hoes
2B: Taylor Harbin
SS: Pete Kozma
SS: Ryan Flaherty
SS: Jason Donald
3B: Michael Almanzar
3B: Brett Wallace
3B: Jonathan Greene
OF: Andrew McCutchen
OF: Desmond Jennings
OF: Luis Sumoza
OF: Jon Jay
OF: Matt Joyce
OF: Tommy Giles

thoughts?
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Re: New Dynasty League Roster

Postby MikeeDee » Sun Jan 25, 2009 1:03 am

How many teams are in the league? If 16 or more, I like the pitching a lot, the hitting may be good enough depending on how the old guys do. Nice job picking up Wallace as a necessary replacement for Chipper in the near future.
He once hit a ball between my legs so hard that my center-fielder caught it on the fly backing up against the wall.

If Satch (Paige) and I were pitching on the same team, we would clinch the pennant by July fourth and go fishing until World Series time.
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Re: New Dynasty League Roster

Postby Bravesfan4life » Sun Jan 25, 2009 3:01 am

12 teams, all owners very bright. I took what was the best options at the time.
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Re: New Dynasty League Roster

Postby Southern Illinois Cardinals Fan » Sun Jan 25, 2009 10:53 am

MikeeDee wrote:Nice job picking up Wallace as a necessary replacement for Chipper in the near future.


I agree with you there. Wallace should be up next year so for next year you should be good at third.
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Re: New Dynasty League Roster

Postby whiskeyriver » Tue Jan 27, 2009 10:32 am

I like Wallace, Jennings and McCutchen on your farm. Joyce should be alright. Not sure of the point of having minor league "closers," as closers in the minors rarely turn into major league closers. MLB closers are often guys who were starters in the minors. But whatever. Not many of your MiLB SPs really stand out to me. The rest of your farm is pretty forgettable. Your MLB batting lineup should be alright this year. Young, of course, will need to be replaced sooner or later with the looming loss of SS eligibility. Don't like Kouz, don't like Ellis, but the rest is good. I think your pitching core, for the immediate future, is pretty good. You have to worry about the durability of your aging arms, though, and might need to go out and acquire young talent fairly soon. I, too, have Peavy in a dynasty and I fret about him breaking down soon.

Good luck!
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Re: New Dynasty League Roster

Postby tkratsas03 » Fri Jan 30, 2009 6:53 pm

Good team but I am interested in knowing about your league. Is it auction? What site are you using? I am interested cause I am putting one together but I don't know what site offers auction plus a multiple year keeper league.
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Re: New Dynasty League Roster

Postby MikeeDee » Sat Jan 31, 2009 9:52 am

tkratsas03 wrote:Good team but I am interested in knowing about your league. Is it auction? What site are you using? I am interested cause I am putting one together but I don't know what site offers auction plus a multiple year keeper league.


CBS offers those things.
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Re: New Dynasty League Roster

Postby Bravesfan4life » Sun Feb 01, 2009 1:55 am

whiskeyriver wrote:I like Wallace, Jennings and McCutchen on your farm. Joyce should be alright. Not sure of the point of having minor league "closers," as closers in the minors rarely turn into major league closers. MLB closers are often guys who were starters in the minors. But whatever. Not many of your MiLB SPs really stand out to me. The rest of your farm is pretty forgettable. Your MLB batting lineup should be alright this year. Young, of course, will need to be replaced sooner or later with the looming loss of SS eligibility. Don't like Kouz, don't like Ellis, but the rest is good. I think your pitching core, for the immediate future, is pretty good. You have to worry about the durability of your aging arms, though, and might need to go out and acquire young talent fairly soon. I, too, have Peavy in a dynasty and I fret about him breaking down soon.

Good luck!


good thing about this league is, we'll have a draft of the upcoming minor leaguers every year(like take players from the MLB Draft)
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