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Deep dynasty league forming
Posted: 13 October 2006 01:53 AM   [ Ignore ]

18-team moderate money dynasty league starting play in 2007
April-Sept. regular season is fantasy head-to-head, translating six sabermetric scoring categories into won-loss records on a weekly basis
January playoffs using Diamond Mind Netplay
$150 up front, roughly $70 net average cost to non-playoff teams following season-end disbursements based on won-lost records. Can build cheaper for the longer run.
40-man roster, minor leagues, waivers, Rule 5, luxury tax—basically all the MLB bells and whistles, realistically rendered.
Initial rosters filled with combo of email draft (for cost-controlled players) and message-board auction (veterans.)
We need just a few more mature and very knowledgable fans.
We now have our own site linking to the full rules and the league forums: http://www.nqrbl.net/mmas/
If interested, please email short intro to igreen01 at yahoo.

Posted: 29 November 2006 12:45 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]

I can’t believe so many of you are so smart when it comes to criticizing MLB GMs, and yet are too busy for a well-organized (if I do say so myself), hyper-realistic league where you could prove how much better you’d be in the role. We have just a handful of open slots left.

Posted: 08 February 2007 07:25 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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Does anybody know of any websites that will enable a dynasty-type fantasy baseball league?  There are tons for football, but I haven’t found any for baseball yet.

Posted: 09 February 2007 06:16 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 3 ]

Which features are you looking for that are distinct to the dynasty format? I’m using TQ Stats and CBS for my two dynasty leagues, and they’ve both proved OK so far…

Posted: 09 February 2007 06:22 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 4 ]
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I’d like to keep my offline bookkeeping to a minimum.  I’ve never really done a keeper baseball league before, so I’m not entirely sure how we’ll do it.

But, important features would be a website that tracks salary information for players, team salary caps and the ability to carry over rosters from one year to the next.

Posted: 09 February 2007 09:32 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 5 ]

CBS and TQ Stats both offer roster carryovers from season to season. Both also track salaries, though I’ve only used that feature as a backup to my own recordkeeping, and so haven’t paid attention to the nuts and bolts of it as closely. The one thing I do like about TQ Stats over CBS is that the former has a phone number you can call, while the latter doesn’t.