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Posted: 10 February 2008 03:39 PM   [ Ignore ]

Only 2 spots left!!! Play on Yahoo for free, but draft over at (also free). THe draft format is superb and is designed to give everyone a shot at a solid draft. Hoep to see some of you there. Any questions, or just wanna join aleady? Drop a line at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

League Details:

  League ID#: 5119
League Name: Fantasy 2008
Password: Email me at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for password
Custom League URL:
Season Type: Full
Draft Type: Offline Draft
Max Teams: 12
Scoring Type: Rotisserie
Player Universe: All baseball
Max Moves: No maximum
Max Trades: No maximum
Trade Reject Time: 2
Trade End Date: August 24, 2008
Waiver Time: 2 days
Can’t Cut List Provider: Yahoo! Sports
Trade Review: League Votes
Post Draft Players: Follow Waiver Rules
Max Games Played: 162
Max Innings Pitched: 1500
Weekly Deadline: Daily - Tomorrow
Start Scoring on: Monday, Mar 24
Roster Positions: C, 1B, 2B, 3B, SS, LF, CF, RF, Util, SP, SP, SP, SP, SP, RP, RP, RP, BN, BN, BN, BN, BN, DL, DL
Stat Categories: R, HR, RBI, SB, AVG, W, SV, K, ERA, WHIP

Posted: 13 February 2008 12:39 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]

wow there r ppl who still play in yahoo leagues? free leagues are meaningless and yahoo is the worst, if you must do a free league at least make it on cbs sportsline and get rid of roto. roto is outdated and now only those who live in the past play roto.

Posted: 13 February 2008 06:32 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]

A bit bitter there? Nothing better to do then bash people’s preference of where to play fantasy baseball? Geez, man, get a life. Besides, HBD (What If Sports) tops any fantasy site by far. Fantasy Baseball just passes time in between cycles, for me.

Posted: 19 March 2008 11:04 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 3 ]

yahoo is simple, intuitive and the best free service going imo

Posted: 30 April 2010 09:54 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 4 ]

An early form of fantasy baseball was coded for an IBM 1620 computer in 1960 by John Burgeson, IBM Akron, and distributed for several years by the IBM Corporation. It allowed two teams to play one another using random number generation and player statistics to determine a game’s outcome, including a play by play description. get complete information itil training