bigmck wrote:Here is an easier system. Do not bid on Minor Leaguers. Fifteen players, the first three rounds have a $5 salary, second three rounds a $4 salary. This continues until the final three rounds are $1 each. You can make up your own rules about when they have to be promoted to the MLB or they become a free agent.
Minor league players arent bid on, they are in a 15 rd non snake draft. each round has a set value like i stated in a previous post. but those amounts are their cap hits until they reach a 130AB, 50 IP rookie limit. once they reach that they HAVE to be called up if not already up.the following year, they will get a raise in salary relative to where they were ranked on Baseball America's top 100 at the beginning of the season that they reached the rookie limit in. the bidding system i described is only for free agent major leaguers.