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Looking for a keeper

Postby dicehound » Tue Jan 26, 2010 12:17 am

My ESPN keeper that's been going pretty strong for a couple years now just up and disappeared on me the other day, so now I am in search of another.

I am looking for a roto league, new or existing (preferrably new and yet undrafted), with ideally 12-15 keepers and interesting scoring categories. NOne of this 12x12 redundant scoring crap for this oldtimer, although I do like OBP better than AVG; and 6x6 and 7x7 leagues can definitely be cool if they're done right. I have been playing fantasy roto since the early 1980s (I know, I'm old), so please bring some good competition.

And finally, I am not interested in paying for fantasy baseball, so if your league requires a monetary investment, count me out. I have a gambling "problem" (hence the name), and I don't think I need to say a whole lot more than that.

Heck, I might just start my own league if I can't find what I'm looking for!
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Re: Looking for a keeper

Postby brockwilliams » Tue Jan 26, 2010 4:22 pm

We are a 5x5, NL only, auction style, roto league keeper league with a 260 cap. Standard categories and use CBS for our stat service. We will hold a LIVE auction draft on March 27th at 10:30am . We are looking for a good quality owner who likes a good challenging league. Draft will be held in Charlotte NC area and attendance is required. League fee is a one time $200 fee for all transactions and 100% is paid after site fee is payed($150). Winner will take home right around $1000 depending on the number of teams. Kemp 11, Victoriano 9, Capps 12, Z. Duke 3 and Nolasco 10 are the main keepers that are on the team that is available. We have a constitution with anti-dumping rules,FAAB, a governance and a keeper policy on length of contract. This is a very active league with a good group of guys. If you are interested contact me at;

bmw.99@cox.net or PM me here.


We usually try to get together to get golf in on Friday before the drat also
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Re: Looking for a keeper

Postby baizboll » Wed Jan 27, 2010 12:51 pm

brockwilliams wrote: League fee is a one time $200 fee for all transactions and 100% is paid after site fee is payed($150). Winner will take home right around $1000 depending on the number of teams.


What a nice guy you are --- trying to feed the OPs gambling addiction. :-P
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Re: Looking for a keeper

Postby JohnnyRebJays » Wed Jan 27, 2010 1:33 pm

dicehound wrote:My ESPN keeper that's been going pretty strong for a couple years now just up and disappeared on me the other day, so now I am in search of another.


All ESPN leagues have been wiped out - but they will return when 2010 system is up and running. Your league hasn't disappeared.
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Re: Looking for a keeper

Postby brockwilliams » Wed Jan 27, 2010 6:05 pm

I thought maybe the onetime fee would help. Everyone in our league loves it and it helps me. I don't have to go around asking for at the end of the season, I can go ahead and send out checks. Make as many trades as possible and pick as many as you want, this way it keeps the league active.
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