Major League Baseball Dynasty is seeking one replacement owner. The roster and all the league details are below. $60.00 entry fee paid via LeagueSafe with a grand prize of $600.00. E-Mail me at email@example.com if you are interested or have any questions.
Willson Contreras C | CHC
Freddie Freeman 1B | ATL
Robinson Cano 2B | NYM
Eduardo Escobar 3B,SS | ARI
Manny Machado SS | LAD
Ian Desmond 1B,OF | COL
Nick Markakis OF | ATL
David Peralta OF | ARI
Dee Gordon 2B,OF | SEA
Jonathan Villar 2B | BAL
Brian Anderson 3B,OF | MIA
Josh Donaldson 3B | ATL
Derek Dietrich 1B,OF | MIA
Raimel Tapia OF | COL
Shohei Ohtani DH,SP | LAA
William Contreras C | ATL
Daulton Varsho C | ARI
Evan White 1B | SEA
Oneil Cruz 3B,SS | PIT
Taylor Ward 3B | LAA
Wander Franco SS | TB
Wander Javier SS | MIN
Tirso Ornelas OF | SD
Alex Verdugo OF | LAD
Chris Bassitt SP | OAK
Jefry Rodriguez SP | CLE
Sergio Romo RP,SP | TB
Andrew Suarez SP | SF
Framber Valdez SP | HOU
Brad Boxberger RP | ARI
Trevor Hildenberger RP | MIN
Wily Peralta RP | KC
Ryan Borucki SP | TOR
John Gant SP | STL
Jeremy Hellickson SP | WAS
Edwin Jackson SP | OAK
Jon Lester SP | CHC
Sean Manaea SP | OAK
Miles Mikolas SP | STL
Jacob Nix SP | SD
Freddy Peralta SP | MIL
Jeff Samardzija SP | SF
Zack Wheeler SP | NYM
Kyle Barraclough RP | WAS
Drew Steckenrider RP | MIA
Griffin Canning SP | LAA
Brusdar Graterol SP | MIN
Fernando Romero SP | MIN
Clarke Schmidt SP | NYY
Zac Lowther RP,SP | BAL
Round 1: Overall Pick 9
Round 2: Overall Pick 20
Round 3: Overall Pick 37
Round 4: Overall Pick 48
League Name: Major League Baseball Dynasty
Host: CBS Sports
League Entry Fee: $60.00
Entry Fee Deadline: March 3, 2019
Grand Prize: $600.00
Commissioner Reimbursement Fee: $110.00
Draft Format: Extended Draft
Draft Order Type: Snake
Draft Date/Time: March 10, 2019 @ Noon EST
Draft Rounds: 4 Rounds, with 360 minutes between picks.
Draft Robot: enabled from 6:00 am ET to 12:00 am ET - picks are made automatically for teams that let the clock expire.
Active Players: Minimum - 17 Maximum - 17
Reserve Players: Minimum - 0 Maximum - 15
Injured Players: Minimum - 0 Maximum - 4
Minors Players: Minimum - 0 Maximum - 15
Total Players: Minimum - 17 Maximum - 51
C: Active Minimum - 1 Active Maximum - 1
1B: Active Minimum - 1 Active Maximum - 1
2B: Active Minimum - 1 Active Maximum - 1
3B: Active Minimum - 1 Active Maximum - 1
SS: Active Minimum - 1 Active Maximum - 1
OF: Active Minimum - 3 Active Maximum - 3
DH: Active Minimum - 1 Active Maximum - 1
SP: Active Minimum - 5 Active Maximum - 5
RP: Active Minimum - 3 Active Maximum - 3
1B - Singles = 1 point
2B - Doubles = 2 points
3B - Triples = 3 points
BB - Walks (Batters) = 1 point
CS - Caught Stealing = -1 point
HP - Hit by Pitch = - 1 point
HR - Home Runs = 4 points
KO - Strikeouts (Batter) = -0.5 points
R - Runs = 1 point
RBI - Runs Batted In - 1 point
SB - Stolen Bases = 2 points
1BA - Singles Allowed = -1 point
2BA - Doubles Allowed = -2 points
3BA - Triples Allowed = -3 points
B - Balks = -1 point
BBI - Walks Issued (Pitchers) = -1 point
ER - Earned Runs = -1 point
HB - Hit Batsmen = -1 point
HD - Holds = 3 points
HRA - Home Runs Allowed = -4 points
K - Strikeouts (Pitcher) = 0.5 points
L - Losses = 0 points
NH - No-Hitters = 5 points
OUTS - Outs = 1 point
PG - Perfect Games = 10 points
S - Saves = 5 points
W- Wins = 0 points
Lineup Policy: Owners may set lineups and change players' positions from a list of their eligible positions.
Lineup Deadline: Lineups may be set daily for each player up to 5 minutes prior to the first game of the day for that player.
DL Options: Only players who are on the disabled list may be placed into Injured status.
Add/Drop Policy: Add/Drops are handled by a waivers process.
Limit Adds/Drops Per Scoring Period: Limited to 5 adds per scoring period.
Waivers Run: The waiver process runs on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Waiver Reset: The waiver order resets after each weeks' games.
Waiver Period: Dropped players remain on waivers for at least 1 day(s).
Trade Policy: Trades are subject to a 1-day voting period, where at most 3 objections are allowed. Trades receiving more than 3 objections are sent to the commissioner for approval.
Trade Deadline: No trades can be made after the trade deadline of 11:59 pm et 8/16/19.
Offseason Trades: Owners may make trades during the offseason following payment of entry fee.
Player Eligibility: Players are eligible at their primary position, plus positions they've played 20 games last year or 5 games this year.
SP Pitcher Eligibility: Pitchers gain eligibility at Starting Pitcher with 5 starts last year or 5 starts this year.
RP Pitcher Eligibility: Pitchers gain eligibility at Relief Pitcher with 10 relief appearances last year or 10 relief appearances this year.
DH Eligibility: Everyone is eligible at DH.
Player Pool: AL and NL Players.
Schedule & Playoffs
Period Length: Weekly scoring periods, starting on Mondays
Periods Start: Monday
Season Starts: March 28, 2019
Matchups Per Period: 1
Playoffs Start: Period 22
Playoffs Last: 3 Periods
Automatic Playoffs: No
Archive Standings: No
Standings Tiebreaker: Ties in the standings are resolved in this order: Winning Percentage, Total Points.
Division Winner Tiebreaker: Ties for division winner are resolved using standings tiebreakers
Playoffs Matchup Tiebreaker: Playoff ties go to the team with better Head to Head.
- Payment System
This season we're storing our league fees with LeagueSafe. It has the convenience of paying online, and our funds will spend the season sitting safely in an FDIC-insured bank account. At the end of the season, our league gets 100% of our fees returned, and we'll distribute prizes to winners.
Check out LeagueSafe.com if you want to see exactly how entry fees will be collected.
- Division Realignment
Divisions are realigned based on the previous season's regular season standings. In 2019 the odd numbered teams in the 2018 end of season standings will be aligned with the National League and the even numbered teams in the 2018 end of season standings will be aligned with the American League.
- Trade Policy
Owners may not anonymously object to proposed trades up for a league vote. The beginning of the “Objection Explanation Period” will be announced by the league commissioner following objections cast by four owners to a proposed trade. The “Objection Explanation Period” is a 24 hour period where owners are required to give a brief explanation as to why he or she objected to a proposed trade. Explanations must be posted within the stated time frame in order to be considered valid. Brief explanations are required. Failure to do so will result in the objection being dismissed and the proposed trade being processed. Four objections accompanied by four explanations within the stated time frame will result in the trade not being processed.
- Minor's Eligibility
All players, based on position, are eligible for "Minors" status until a player reaches 130 at-bats or 50 innings pitched. Once a player who has reached that limit is recalled from the minors, that player can no longer be legally placed into "Minors" status without occurring a penalty. However if the player is not recalled, even when the limit is reached, the player can remain in "Minors" status for the remainder of the season and playoffs. Any player over the 130 at-bats or 50 innings pitched limit that is removed from Minors status will lose "Minors" eligibility forever. All players over the 130 at-bats or 50 innings pitched will lose "Minors" eligibility the next season regardless of status. Also just because a player is actually in the minors does not mean that player is eligible for "Minor's" status. "Minor's" status is strictly determined by at-bats or innings pitched. If a pitcher is actually in the minors and has over 50 innings pitched, he is not eligible for "Minor's" status. The penalty for this violation is the loss of all points occurred on the day of the violation. No excuses will be accepted. A penalty can only be reversed in the case of a statistical error that is admitted by CBS Sports. CBS Sports will be the sole source of statistics. MLB.com will only be used as a secondary source in the event this information is absent from CBS Sports.
- Playoff Format
Six teams will advance into the playoffs. The two teams who win their respective division will place seed one and two. The first and second seeds will receive a bye week. The third seed will compete against the sixth seed and the fourth seed will compete against the fifth seed. In the second round the first seed will compete against the lowest ranking seed to advance. The second seed will compete against the other seed. The final two teams remaining will compete for the league championship and the grand prize.
-Teams that do not qualify for the playoffs will be unable to add or drop players during the three-week playoff period. Once a team is eliminated from the playoffs, that team will be unable to add or drop players as well.
-Playoff Seeding Tiebreakers for Division Winners
When two teams have identical records and are tied for first place in the same division, the following tiebreaker methods are applied in this order.
*Overall Division Record
*Number of total points the team has scored this season (PF in standings).*
*Winner of regular season series. (All teams play everyone in their respective division 3 times)*
- Off-Season Protocol
During the off-season all free agent players will remain on the waiver wire. Once all owners have paid and the Supplemental Draft has taken place, the waivers process will start.
A Supplemental Draft will take place in March on a yearly basis. Each owner will receive four draft picks.
The Supplemental Draft Order is determined by the previous season’s regular season standings. The team whom finished last shall receive the first overall pick. Following the Supplement Draft the waiver order will be in reverse of the draft order.
The purpose of the Supplemental Draft is to draft rookie players drafted during Major League Baseball Draft or any player who is currently available via the free agent pool. All undrafted players will be placed on the waiver wire to begin the free agency period.
In order to be able to participate in all four rounds of the Supplemental Draft owners must have four open spots available on their roster. If you have acquired an extra draft pick or picks you must open up more spots on your roster to accommodate the extra draft picks. If you only intend on drafting in the first two rounds then you would only need two open roster spots.
Major League Baseball holds its MLB First Year Player Draft in the midst of the season. Thus once a player is signed CBS Sports adds that particular player to the database shortly after. It is illegal to add or claim rookie players from the current year’s draft. Also it is illegal to add or claim international players who sign in the midst of a season. International players who sign in the midst of a season are considered rookies. Rookie players must remain free agents for the Supplemental Draft the following March. For example if it is 2019 and the 2019 MLB First Year Player Draft is held, and the first and second round picks are added to the database, those players must remain free agents until our 2020 Supplemental Draft takes place. If an international player signs with an MLB club at any point during the midst of a season that player must remain a free agent until our 2020 Supplemental Draft takes place.
Penalties for Adding Rookie Players
• On First Offense: All four draft picks for next year will be vanquished and the rookie player claimed will be returned to the waiver wire. Your team will also score zero points for the day of the violation.
• On Second Offense: Add/drop privileges will be terminated for the rest of the season (including playoffs if eligible) and the rookie player claimed will be returned to the waiver wire. Your team will also score zero points for the day of the violation