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Looking for a keeper leagues

Postby house141 » Thu May 14, 2009 4:05 pm

I am currently in a keeper league. Last year I think our message board had 11 messages all year. we have 3 managers that check their teams less than once a month. I am a dedicated owner. I leave my browser open all day to my league watching the transactions even though there is never anything. I am looking for a league that I can build my team and keep some of the players as a base to build around. Currently have 26 players on the roster using CBS sportsline. players can be kept up to 4 years max. I like this system, but will take anything where the owners are all active and open to trades constantly. Please let me know,
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Re: Looking for a keeper leagues

Postby lilfrier » Thu May 14, 2009 9:40 pm

Are you looking for a free league or a money league? I am the co-commish of a CBS league. It's 12-team, H2H points scoring. The rosters are 30 players, including 1 each of Minors and DL (which can actually hold any player even if they aren't Minors or DL players, but only until the All-Star Break when rule changes are done). It's a $100 buy-in though. If you are interested, e-mail at cubs223425@yahoo.com and I'll fill you in more.
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Re: Looking for a keeper leagues

Postby jfox72 » Fri May 22, 2009 11:35 pm

I have a "dead" owner in my league. We run a salary cap keeper league. Email me at jfox72@gmail.com and I can send you the constitution.
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