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16 AND UNDER AUCTION KEEPER LEAGUE FORMING

Postby sagecoll » Fri Feb 04, 2005 10:54 pm

my son told me to do this so listen up

I are interested in forming an auction keeper league for anyone ages between 10-18 . It will consist of 12 teams. It will also be a mixed league We need people with Deep fantasy experience. If anyone is interested in being a commissioner please notify me. Here are some details.

THe league will be a 6X6 league scoring Home Runs, RBIs, Stolen Bases, Batting Average, SLugging Percentage, and On base percentage( sorry i love moneyball).

ALso Wins, Saves, K/9, K/BB, and (HIts+Walks)/ innings ratio.

There will be an auction draft most likely on either Fantasy Aucitoneer, or in a chat room.

There will be an active roster of 25 players featuring 1 c, 1 1b, 1 2b, 1 3b, 2 CI, 2 MI, 5 OF, and 9 pitchers,

It will be a keeper league so heres the somewhat complicated format we will use for our keeper style. and some examples






S2 - Short Term contract with 2 years remaining (including current year) until option year. If your league plays by standard rotisserie rules players drafted for the current season are assigned S2 contracts. At the conclusion of the current season S2 contracts become S1 contracts.

S1 - Short Term contract with 1 year remaining (current year) until option year. If your league plays by standard rotisserie rules players playing in their second year for a team have S1 contracts. At the conclusion of the current season S1 contracts become O (option year) contracts which can be extended to Long Term contracts prior to the next season's draft.

O - Option year. Player will be a free agent upon the conclusion of current season. If your league plays by standard rotisserie rules players playing in their third year for a team and have not been extended Long Term contracts have O contracts. At the end of the current season all players with O contracts are released and are available at the next season's draft.

L2 - Long Term contract with 2 years remaining (including current year). If your league plays by standard rotisserie rules players that have two years remaining (including the current season) on current long term contracts have L2 contracts. At the end of the current season L2 contracts become L1 contracts.

L1 - Long Term contract in final year. Player will be a free agent upon the conclusion of current season. If your league plays by standard rotisserie rules players that are currently playing in the final season of a Long Term contract have L1 contracts. At the end of the current season all players with L1 contracts are released and are available at the next season's draft.

Ln - Long Term contract with n years remaining (including current year). Ln contracts become Ln-1 contracts at the end of the current season.

The difference between O and L1 contracts is that O contracts can be extended to Long Term contracts prior to the draft. L1 contracts are not extendable.

Example 1: The league in this example plays by standard rules.

2000 - Barry Bonds is drafted for $50; his contract is S2.
2001 - The owner protects Bonds; his contract becomes S1.
2002 - The owner wants to keep Bonds, but the $50 contract is high enough. Bonds will play out his option but not be offered a Long Term contract. His contract becomes O.
2003 - Bonds has played out his option and is available to be drafted. has automatically removed him from the team's roster.
Example 2: The league in this example plays by standard rules.

1998 - Barry Bonds is drafted for $1; his contract is S2.
1999 - The owner protects Bonds; his contract becomes S1.
2000 - The owner wants to keep Bonds. Since his salary is only $1 and Bonds is an up and coming player, the owner wants to extend Bonds a Long Term Contract. He extends Bonds contract an extra 2 years. His contract becomes L3 and his salary becomes $11.
2001 - Bonds continues to be protected and his contract becomes L2.
2002 - Bonds continues to be protected and his contract becomes L1.
2003 - Bonds has played out his Long Term contract and is available to be drafted. has automatically removed him from the team's roster.


Example 3: The league in this example does not play by standard rules. In this league players can only be carried for 3 seasons.

2000 - Barry Bonds is drafted for $1; his contract is L3.
2001 - The owner protects Bonds; his contract becomes L2.
2002 - The owner protects Bonds; his contract becomes L1.
2003 - Bonds has played out his 3 year contract and is available to be drafted. has automatically removed him from the team's roster.


THe time and date of the draft will be determained by popular demand.

THe League commisioner fee is 55 dollars per a team

Good Luck to all



PLease reply both on the forum and email me at mailto:ROcksport19@aol.com
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