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Postby Deswannie » Thu Dec 08, 2011 12:07 am

25 man MLB roster
25 MILB Roster

SCORING STATS ( 2B, 3B, HRS, RBI, Rs, SB, AVG, WINS, SV, HOLDS, WHIP, ERA Ks), we use salaries from the year before and each team has a salary cap. 12 team league. We keep every player after the year. I have 25 MILB players and didnt feel that need to post them

This is my MLB roster
Salary Cap- 112,012,500
Total Salary- 106,398,600
Available Salary-5,683,900

C/1B Victor Martinez DET 12,000,000
1B-Gaby Sanchez FLA 431,000
2B-Howie Kendrick LAA 3,300,000
SS-JJ Hardy BAL 5,850,000
3B-Kevin Youkilis BOS 12,000,000
OF-Carlos Quienten CHW 5,050,000
OF-Coco Crisp OAK 5,750,000
OF-Jayson Werth WAS 10,000,000
OF-Mike Stanton FLA 416,000
Bench
3B-Jimmy Paredes HOU 414,000
3B-Danny Valencia MIN 437,000
1B/OF-Kyle Blanks SD 410,600
C-Wilson Ramos WAS 415,000
3B/OF-Chase Headley SD 2,325,000
OF- Logan Morrison MIA 414,000

SP
SP1-C.C. Sabathia NYY 23,000,000
SP2-Cliff Lee PHI 11,000,000
SP3- Jered Weaver LAA 7,370,000
SP4-Yovani Gallardo MIL 3,250,000
SP5- Gio Gonzalez OAK 420,000
RP
RP1-Eric O'Flaherty ATL 895,000
RP2-Tyler Clippard WAS 443,000
RP3- Kris Medlen ATL 407,500
RP4-
Bench
P-Jake Arrieta BAL 400,000

The trade is
I am trading
Cliff Lee 11,000,000
Jayson Werth 10,000,000
Mike trout 0
Archie bradley 0
Chase headley 2,325,000
Eddie rosario 0
23,325,000

I will get
His side
Prince Fielder 15,500,000
Jose Reyes 11,000,000
Shane Victornio 7,500,000
Randal Delgado 0
Willin Rosario 0
Cory withrow 0
34,000,000


he will cover what ever needs to be done to get me under the cap just for this year

I get the most talent, but I also get the most salary added to my team thoughts
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Re: h2h dynasty

Postby Fantasy GM » Thu Dec 08, 2011 5:00 pm

Does Trout remain at 0 for all of 2012 or does his salary go up once he reaches the bigs for good? That is my big question.

The trade definitely helps you since you're getting 2 major stars in Prince and Reyes. You have a solid SP staff, so Lee is somewhat expendable here. Werth at $10 million is high, so getting rid of that would be good. The only thing holding me back personally is Trout and his salary of $0. That is great value.

Is is possible to deal CC in a similar type of deal? His salary doubles Lee's and Lee is a little bit better. Would help your cap situation tremendously too.

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Re: h2h dynasty

Postby Deswannie » Thu Dec 08, 2011 5:21 pm

Generally with Rookies they are 300,000-414,000 depending what their salary was the year before.
So we are using salaries from 2011 this year and next year we will use the salaries from 2012.
so trout is 300,000 this year

They cost us 0 until they are on our MLB roster.
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Re: h2h dynasty

Postby Fantasy GM » Thu Dec 08, 2011 5:28 pm

Stil relatively cheap.

So say you do this trade, you are taking in an extra $10 million, which puts you about $5 million or so over the cap. To make this work, you need to trade either Coco Crisp or JJ Hardy (whoever you like less). That will get you under the cap.

Prince and Reyes are big stars, Victorino is solid too. On the other end, Lee is an an ace, Trout is great value but you also shed Werth's overpaid salary. If you can find a decent #5 SP somewhere, I'd do the trade.
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Re: h2h dynasty

Postby Tavish » Thu Dec 08, 2011 10:47 pm

Just remember that doing this trade will destroy your payroll next season when Reyes and Fielder have their salaries balloon. For a win now strategy then this is a no-brainer trade.
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Re: h2h dynasty

Postby MaudDib » Fri Dec 09, 2011 11:23 am

Tavish wrote:Just remember that doing this trade will destroy your payroll next season when Reyes and Fielder have their salaries balloon. For a win now strategy then this is a no-brainer trade.

Agreed. Your big problem isn't this year but next year when you don't get salary cap help and you have all of this expensive talent. So if you are looking to win this year and then blow it all up next year, go for it but prepared to have some rebuilding after this.
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