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  1. If you're interested in getting in this is the last day to get in one of the best leagues in the country. Tomorrow is cut down day and our protection lists are due by 10pm. If we don't have a 12th owner by this evening we will dump the entire availavble roster into the free agent pool and go with 11 teams for 2019 and worry about getting back up to 12 before next season.
  2. Just two days left before cut down day and keeper lists do. If you want to get in a great NL only keeper league get in contact today or tomorrow at the latest. We have just one opening and you can come in with an empty roster or come in with the roster posted above and decide who you want to keep off that roster. Remember only the MLB players count against the cap. You can keep up to 15 of them With minor leaguers they must still have their rookie status and have never been activated in the league. On the above roster all I minor leaguers that are reserved can be protected and won't count against the cap. All players listed as 5 buck salary are protected with the worst 5 dollar pick (rounds 1-3) 4 buck salary with worst 4 dollar pick (5-8) 3 buck minor leaguer worst pick of 3 dollar picks (9-12), and 2 buck salary minor leaguers with the worst 2 dollar pick (12-14).
  3. if you want to get in the cut down day is Wednesday at 10pm and the draft is just 6 days away on Saturday at 11am
  4. We will continue looking for a 12th team until Tuesday night, whichever comes first. If we don't have a 12th by the end of the night Tuesday, Wednesday morning we put everyone on the available roster into the free agent pool for the draft on the 30th and go with 11 teams.
  5. Time is running out to get in one the best leagues in the country. If we don't get an owner probably by a day or 2 before the March 27th cudown deadline we will run will 11 this year and try and move back up to 12 in 2020.
  6. One correction the roster that is posted the contracts have been rolled over. I updated the roster when I reposted but for got to clip out the sentence about the contracts.
  7. Exactly a week from cutdown day and 10 days till the draft If you want to get in one of the best if not the best league in the country now is the time to grab our lone open slot.
  8. The Sixth Street Baseball Association is an NL only 6X6 roto style keeper league that has been going since 1985 with 2 founding members still in the league and 3 other owners that have been in league for at least a decade plus 3 more that have been in the leauge for 7 years. We have owners in the Boston area, Philadelphia, area New York area, Charleston SC, and even Austraila. Currently, we are looking for 1 team one of our owners after 10 years is leaving because he no longer has the time to put into the league. A new owner can pick up that roster or choose to come in with an empty roster. We due an auction draft to fill the 23 man active roster (14 hitters, 9 pitchers). You can keep up to 15 MLB players from year to year with their salaries counting against the 130 dollar draft cap. That cap increases to 175 once the season starts. We also have a 14 round rotation draft to fill the reserve roster. During those 14 round you can select MLB, minor league players , yet to be drafted high school, college or international players. You can protect them year to year if they have never been activated in our league and they still have MLB rookie status according to MLB rules. Our cut down day is Wednesday March 27th. You have to submit your keepers (MLB level up to 15 keepers and all minor leaguers that will be protected in the reserve rotation draft) by 10pm. You can trade up until then. The draft will be held on Saturday March 30th starting at 11am in the Ocean City area. There will be a conference call for teams that can be on site for the draft. There are usually a few teams unable to be on site. Last year I believe it was 5 teams on the call 7 on site. The full details are below in the league constitution. Also I am posting the Team that is available's roster. Note, the contracts have not rolled over yet so any player with a 2 or a B in their contract status is heading into their final year before getting thrown back in the player pool. Final note. You should bring $300 to the table on draft day. The top 5 teams win prize money and the average team in the money spends 400-500 hundred depending on how many trades and free agent pick ups they make. there is no fees for activating and reserving players it is only free agent pick ups trades are 2.50 per team. All the details are in the constitution. Oh one other note, like MLB we do expand rosters on Sept 1st and it costs 12.50 per slot you expand if you choose to expand for the final month. Shoot me a note here or contact the two founding Members of the league Ralph at rspj4@comcast.net or Rich at fallen_sparrow@yahoo.com Here is the available roster and below that is the league constitution Team Roster Games Played by Position (2018/2019) Pos Name Team Status C 1B 2B SS 3B OF DH Salary Contract C Posey, Buster SFO A 88 / 0 13 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 3 / 0 12.5 2 C Vogt, Stephen SFO A 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 1.0 2 C Zagunis, Mark CHN M 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 1 / 0 0 / 0 3.0 3 1B Goldschmidt, Paul STL A 0 / 0 155 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 2 / 0 23.0 2 2B Hernandez, Cesar PHI A 0 / 0 0 / 0 154 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 1 / 0 6.5 3 3B Prado, Martin MIA R 0 / 0 1 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 48 / 0 0 / 0 1 / 0 4.0 2 3B Riley, Austin M ATL M 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 5.0 1 3B Turner, Justin LAD A 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 96 / 0 0 / 0 4 / 0 11.5 3 SS Dubon, Mauricio M MIL M 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 3.0 1 SS Gimenez, Andres M NYM M 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 5.0 1 SS Kieboom, Carter M WAS M 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 5.0 1 SS Swanson, Dansby ATL A 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 136 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 5.5 B CR Carpenter, Matt DTD STL A 0 / 0 95 / 0 11 / 0 0 / 0 76 / 0 0 / 0 2 / 0 10.0 2 MI Happ, Ian CHN A 0 / 0 2 / 0 2 / 0 0 / 0 20 / 0 115 / 0 0 / 0 5.0 3 OF Arozarena, Randy O M STL R 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 3.0 1 OF Brinson, Lewis MIA A 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 106 / 0 0 / 0 3.5 3 OF Fowler, Dexter STL A 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 75 / 0 0 / 0 8.0 2 OF Margot, Manuel SDG A 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 136 / 0 0 / 0 2.0 3 OF O'Neill, Tyler STL R 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 42 / 0 0 / 0 4.0 2 OF Schwarber, Kyle CHN A 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 120 / 0 6 / 0 8.0 A OF Tebow, Tim M NYM R 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 2.0 1 UT Flaherty, Ryan CLE A 0 / 0 7 / 0 1 / 0 0 / 0 40 / 0 0 / 0 0 / 0 7.0 2 P Barnes, Jacob MIL A 1.0 2 P Cishek, Steve CHN A 1.0 2 P Dyson, Sam SFO A 4.0 2 P Edwards Jr., Carl CHN A 5.0 3 P Gregerson, Luke DTD STL A 4.0 2 P Hunter, Tommy O PHI A 3.0 2 P Lorenzen, Michael CIN A 0.5 2 P Melancon, Mark SFO A 10.0 2 P Neshek, Pat PHI R 4.0 3 P Sanchez, Sixto M MIA M 3.0 1 P Strop, Pedro DTD CHN A 4.0 3 Categories Category Saves Wins Innings Pitched WHIP ERA Holds Home Runs (Batter) RBI Stolen Bases Runs (Batter) Batting Average On Base Percentage League Constitution Sixth Street Baseball Association The Official Rules of the Sixth Street Baseball Association Est. 1985 "intus enumeri veritas" -Pythagoras "It gets late early out there." -Berra Introduction: In the spring of 1985, in a dingy Ocean City, NJ cigar shop, an excited young man behind the counter was telling everyone who would listen about a book that he had just purchased. This book, he explained, laid out the rules for a new type of game. A game that was equal parts baseball, gambling, mathematics and proving to your friends that you are a lot smarter than they are. It was called Rotisserie Baseball. You get a bunch of your baseball loving friends together, draft real players, trade 'em, keep track of their stats as the season goes on, and put money on it. He knew he wanted to do this. He knew it would be a blast. What he did not know was that his life had been changed forever..... Part I- Objective: To assemble a roster of 37, (23 active, and 14 reserve) National League baseball players whose cumulative statistics during the regular season, compiled and measured by the methods described in these rules, exceed those of all other teams in the League. There are 12 teams, (hopefully), in the duly constituted Sixth Street Baseball Association. Part II Roster: A. The 37-man roster consists of the 23-man Active Roster and the 14-man Reserve Roster. The active roster consists of: 5 Outfielders 2 Catchers 1 Second Baseman 1 Shortstop 1 Middle Infielder (either second baseman or shortstop) 1 First Baseman 1 Third Baseman 1 Corner Man (either First or Third Baseman) 1 Utility Player (who may play any non pitching position) 9 Pitchers B. There is no restrictions on the composition of the reserve roster. Position Eligibility - A player may be drafted at any position at which he appeared in at least 20 or more games in the preceding season. If a player did not appear in 20 games at a single position, he may be drafted only at the position he appeared most frequently. If a player is carried over on a team’s roster from one season to the next he only has to appear in 15 games to be eligible at a given position. The 20-games/most games measure is used only to determine the position(s) at which a player may be drafted. Once the season is under way (but after draft day), a player becomes eligible for assignment to any position at which he has appeared at least once. Players selected for the Utility slot may qualify at any non-pitching position. Part III - Standings The following criteria are used to determine team performance (or lack there of): Composite Team Batting Average (BA) Composite Team On Base Percentage (OBP) Total Home Runs (HR) Total Runs Batted In (RBIs) Total Runs Scored (R) Total Stolen Bases (SB) Composite Team Earned Run Average (ERA) Composite Holds (H) Composite Innings Pitched (IP) Total Wins (W) Total Saves (S) Composite Ratio: Walks (BB) + Hits(H), divided by Innings Pitched (IP) Teams are ranked from first to last in each of the 12 categories and given points for each place. For example, in a 12-team league, the first place team in a category receives 12 points, the second-place team 11, and so on down to 1 point for last place. The team with the most total points at the end of the season wins the pennant. Pitchers’ offensive stats are not counted, mainly because they don’t appear weekly in the USA Today. Nor are the pitching stats of the occasional position player called in to pitch when the score is 16-1 after 5 innings and the relief corps is hiding under the stands. In case of ties in an individual category, the tied teams are assigned points by totaling points for the rankings at issue and dividing the total by the number of teams tied. In case of ties in total points, final places in the standings are determined by comparing placement of teams in individual categories. Respective performances are calculated and a point given to each team for bettering the other. Should one team total more points than the other, that team is declared the winner. Should the point totals still be equal, the tie is broken by adding each team’s total at-bats at season’s end, plus triple the number of innings pitched. The team that scores a higher total by this measure wins the pennant. Part IV – In Season Salary Cap An In Season Salary Cap will be imposed of $175. From Opening Day until August 31 a team cannot exceed this amount. The only exception will be if a team wins an FAAB free agent. That amount will not be counted against his cap. Part V - September Roster Expansion If he chooses, an owner may expand his roster for the pennant drive by promoting from his team’s reserve roster an unlimited number of players. The post September 1 active-roster size expands to a maximum of 37 players. Such players may play any position. A fee of $12.50 must be paid for every promotion that increases the active-roster size beyond 23. Player salaries are not affected by such promotions. Part VI - Roster Protection The maximum number of Major League players an owner is allowed to protect before the Auction Draft is 15. There is no minimum. The names of players being retained must be recorded with the Commissioner by 10PM, on cut down day (this date will be determined each year by trial and error, kicking and screaming, and maybe even some tears). Specific notice must also be made at that time of any guaranteed long-term contract signings and farm system renewals. The cumulative salaries of players protected prior to Auction Draft Day are deducted from a team’s $130 expenditure limit, and the balance is available for acquisition of the remaining players needed to complete the team’s 23-man roster. The Commish should promptly notify all teams in the League of each team’s protected roster, including player salaries, contract status, and amount available to spend on Draft Day. Failure to give notice of a guaranteed long-term contract for a player in his option year will result in his being continued for one season at his prior year’s salary and then released into the Free Agent Pool. Failure to renew a farm system player’s minor league contract will result in his being available to all other teams in the subsequent rotation draft A farm system player whose minor league status is renewed and who subsequently makes his major league team’s active roster may at his SSBA Owner’s option, be added to the protected list of players on Auction Draft Day (and another player dropped, if necessary, to meet the 15-player limit). Or he may be dropped and made available in the Auction Draft. He may not be retained in his SSBA team’s farm system. Part VII - Draft Day: The Draft is held on the final weekend prior to Opening Day. Saturday usually works best and Jim Smith’s Basement is the usual venue. This obviously cannot be etched in stone, but it is the optimal time and place and should be adhered to if humanly possible. The Draft consists of two phases, The Auction Draft and The Rotation Draft. Prior to the Draft, all teams available money/player needs will be announced and any farm system activations will be made. The Auction Draft: In the Auction Draft, teams bid competitively for the right to acquire players. Teams are allowed a total of $130 to fill their 23 active roster positions. Each team, in turn, nominates a player for bid, and the bidding for that player continues until only one bidder remains. The final bid price becomes the player’s “salary”. This phase of the draft continues until all teams have filled all 23 slots. A. The Player Pool: 1. Any player on a National League 40-man roster on Draft Day is eligible to be auctioned. 40-man rosters are widely available, and each owner shall be responsible for providing his own. In case of disputes, the most recently dated shall be accepted. B. Conducting the Draft: 1. The team that finished last the previous year nominates the first player for bid. Unless stated all opening bids are $.50. 2. Minimum bid is 50 cents. Minimum increment is 50 cents. 3. No team may bid on a player that he cannot fit on his roster. Really. 4. A player acquired at auction is property of the drafting team, or any team he is subsequently traded to, at that price, for a period of two years. Prior to the third season, the team holding his rights must decide whether to sign him to a Long-term Guaranteed Contract, (see Part VII) retain him for a third (and final) season at his current salary, or return him to the Draft Pool. The Rotation Draft: The number of rounds in the reserve draft will be determined by the number of teams in the league. With 9 or fewer teams the Rotation draft will consist of 17 rounds. Any number of teams greater than 9 and the draft will go to 14 rounds. The players drafted in this phase make up the Reserve Roster. Players eligible to be drafted include any player not currently under contract by an American League Team. (NL players, NL minor leaguers, College, Foreign, High School, or Free Agent) The only other exception is players on the restricted list. (No druggies, wife-beaters or child-abusers, we have to draw the line somewhere) Each player selected is assigned a salary based on the round in which he was drafted: Rounds 1-4: $5 5-8: $4 9-12: $3 13-14: $2 or Rounds 1-3: $6 4-7: $5 8-11: $4 12-15: $3 16-17: $2 1. The salary of a player selected in the Rotation draft does not apply to the salary cap, and is not collected until/unless that player is activated. 2. The salary of any minor leaguer selected in the rotation draft determines where he is slotted if he is retained in the minors the following season. (see Roster Protection, Part II) 3. At the conclusion of the Rotation draft all players on active NL rosters and major league disabled lists comprise the Free-Agent Pool. (Acquisition of Free Agents will be covered in detail later.) 4. Rotation Draft picks are tradable one-for-one. 5. The order of selection for the Rotation draft is determined by the order of finish the previous season. The draft order is as follows: 6th place, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, (exp. team), 5th, 4th, 3rd, 2nd, 1st. 6. Expansion teams select after the last place finisher from the previous season. Part VIII - Transactions/Player Movement: Player movement between the Active Roster and Reserve Roster is unrestricted. Players may be reserved for any reason, at any time, at the discretion of the owner and be replaced by any member of the reserve roster currently on the active roster of his NL team and who qualifies positionally. A. Activations and Reservations 1. At no time may a team move a player from the Active Roster to the Reserves without a simultaneous Activation from the Reserves to the Active Roster. Exception: If, after completing a trade, A team has more than 23 Active players, a player or players must be Reserved to reduce the Active Roster to 23. 2. Activations and Reservations are daily, but must be received prior to noon to be effective for that day. 3. The fee for activating or reserving a player is included in the $300 league fees. B. Waivers: At no time, except in the immediate aftermath of a trade, may a team’s total roster exceed 37. If, at any time a team’s roster exceeds 37, remedial action must be taken immediately. The two ways to remove a player from the roster are Waivers and Outright Release. Only players currently on major league active rosters (or DL) may be waived. All others, (minor leaguers, players traded to the AL, retired, etc.), must be released outright. There is no fee to waive or release a player. There is no requirement that a player be reserved before being waived or released. 1. Any player placed on waivers is eligible to be claimed by any other team. 2. The waiver period goes from Monday to Monday; (that is, a player waived on Friday will be “on waivers” beginning the following Mon. for one week). 3. If more than one team claims a waived player, the team lowest in the standings gets the player. 4. Teams may claim their own player on waivers, but only after all other teams pass. 5. Players who pass through waivers unclaimed enter the free agent pool. 6. The commissioner will post on the board, by Sunday all players whose waivers are scheduled to expire at 10pm that Monday. (At least he will try Important: A player’s status at the time of his waiver determines his status when claimed, that is, A player waived from the reserve list of one team is reserved when you claim him, and vice versa. 7. The fee for acquiring a player on waivers is $5. The salary of a player claimed on waivers is $5, or his previous salary, which ever is greater. The salary is only collected if it had not previously been paid by his former team, (ex. A player that had been selected in the rotation draft and had not previously been activated) or if the player is subsequently protected the next year; (that is, a players salary is paid only once a season and need not be paid by every other team that may acquire him). 8. Players released outright may not be claimed, and do not enter the free agent pool. C. Trades: 1. The fee for all trades is $2.50 per team, (negotiable among the parties) 2. Trades are effective daily. Trades received by the Commissioner’s office after noon are effective the following day. 3. Trades do not alter a player’s status. That is, Active players remain active, Reserve players remain reserved. D. Trade Deadlines: Unrestricted trading: 1. From the conclusion of the Auction Draft until 10pm August 2nd. 2. From the end of the season until Roster Freeze Day. Restricted Trading: From August 3rd, until 10pm September 1, trades are permitted between teams within five spots in the standings as of the beginning of that week, (listed in parentheses at far left on the “Standings” page of the website). In case of ties, batting average will serve as the tie-breaker. Trading Prohibited: 1. From September 2, until the end of the season. 2. From Roster Freeze until the conclusion of the Auction Draft. E. Free Agents: At the conclusion of the Rotation Draft, all players on active NL rosters, who remain undrafted comprise the Free Agent Pool. In addition, any non-drafted minor leaguer who subsequently is recalled by his major league team, or any AL player who is traded to the NL during the season, enters the free agent pool. Free agents may be acquired by any team by means of a sealed bid process. For this process, all teams are understood to have a $75 Free Agent Acquisition Budget (FAAB). This is over and above the $130 salary cap. The easiest and most efficient way to bid is on the website. If you must call, no phone bids will be accepted prior to 6pm Monday. Any phone bid received prior to that time/day will be ignored. 1. The minimum bid for a free agent is $3. Maximum is the amount remaining in a team’s FAAB. 1a. The salary of a player obtained in this manner is his acquisition price. 2. There is no limit to the number of free agent bids any team may submit in a given week. 3. Important: For every free agent acquired, a player from an Active NL Roster must be waived. Pitcher for a pitcher, hitter for a hitter, (designed to prevent wholesale stockpiling, by also-rans). 4. The sealed bid process is a weekly event; all bids received will be opened Monday 10pm. 5. If the total amount of money bid exceeds the amount of your FAAB, players will be awarded in the order in which they are listed. 6. All bids must be accompanied by the name(s) of the player to be waived. Any bid that does not specify which player is to be waived will be ignored; (no more Mr. Nice Guy on this one, its not fair claim a guy then wait a day or a week to decide who you want to hose, and no one wants the Commish to decide for them, I’m sure). Hint: If you send a list of three bids and designate only one player to waive, the Commish will know that you only want to acquire one player, from the top down. If you designate three players for waiver, He will know that you wish to acquire all three players listed. 7. Any player who’s bid price is $12.50 or greater is automatically signed to a 2-year guaranteed contract, and may not be traded for three (3) weeks after his acquisition. 8. Sealed Bids will be accepted through 10pm, on the first Monday in September. Part IX - Long-Term Contracts: Players completing two years of service (or 1+years if acquired by means other than auction) may be tendered a Long-term Guaranteed Contract no less than 2-years in length. Eligible players not offered contracts may be retained for a third year (and final) at the same salary or be released. The terms of Long-Term Guaranteed Contracts are as follows: 1. The salary is determined by the length of the contract. Add $2.50 to the players’ salary for every year of the contract, not counting the first year. Ex. A $5.00 player signed to a two-year contract is signed for $7.50 for two years. 2. At the conclusion of the Contract, the player returns to the Draft Pool. 3. In addition to salary, a one-time signing bonus is due equal to one half the total value of the contract. The signing bonus does not count against the salary cap. 4. Teams may buy out the balance of a contract prior to roster freeze day for twice the value of the remainder of the contract. Failure to list a contract player on the freeze list will result in the automatic termination/buy-out of the contract. 5. Terms of all new contracts must be reported to the Commissioner at the time of Roster Freeze. Failure to do so will result in that player being considered as playing out his option at his current salary. 6. If during the course of a Long-term contract, the player is traded to the AL, retires, or dies, the contract is null and void, but get ready for a nasty court fight involving next of kin. Part X - Payment and Prize Money A. Payment: 1. On Draft Day each member will pay a league fee of $300. This will cover the $130 salary cap, as well as all daily roster moves and the stat service. Off season trades, room rental, signing bonuses, hopefully you didn’t go nuts and buy outs are extra and above the $300. You may come to the table with $200 and the rest can be paid as determined by the league Commissioner. This is the new part: 2. Anytime a team’s amount due exceeds $75, after the All-Star Break, the team has one week and is expected to pay in full. Failure to do so will result in that member’s roster being frozen until payment is made. 3. All fees accrued after Sept. 1 will be due by the end of the World Series. This year went pretty smooth, glad to say, but there have been problems in the past, this is an attempt to head off problems before they occur. In years’ past, our benevolent treasurer has granted the privilege to those players who figure to finish high in the money, to forgo their final payment and have their winnings docked. Unless he informs me otherwise, I expect that will continue. Understand that is at the discretion of the Treasurer and will only be considered for payments due Sept 1 or later. B. Prize Money: All monies collected at the draft and during the course of the season in the form of fees are entrusted to the League Treasurer and are deposited in an interest bearing bank account. The League pays for the Stat Service and Room Rental, if any, for the draft. All remaining money is paid out in the form of Prize Money. The breakdown is as follows: First Place 49% Second Place 24% Third Place 14% Fourth Place 9% Fifth Place 4% The number and amount can be adjusted according to the number of teams in the league at the beginning of the season. Part XI - The Cup Of course, substantial though they may be, the monetary rewards pale in comparison to the real honor due to the League Champion. I speak, of course, of that transcendent moment when skill, dedication, patience, and blind luck combine to produce the one team that at seasons end stands above and apart from the rest. For the one owner who, through meticulous preparation, brilliant drafting, shrewd trading, and crafty use of his reserves, proves that for that season he had no equal, The Cup awaits. Dedicated in AD 1985, The Park Manor Cup, named for the site of the inaugural SSBA Player Auction, has been bestowed upon the Champion. With the inscription of his franchise’s name upon the flanks of this venerable chalice, this Holy Grail, The Champion joins the Roll Call of Excellence, The Pantheon of Heroes, and earns the right...... to draft last the next year. League Deadlines/Rules Add/Drop Rules Preseason (before 3/20/2019) Teams are not allowed to Add/Drop players on their own during the preseason. Regular Season (after 3/19/2019) Teams are not allowed to Add/Drop players on their own during the regular season OR will only be allowed to add players through a free-agent Claims system. Dropped player availability When a player is dropped he can be picked up by another team 24 hour(s) later. Trades Preseason (before 3/20/2019) Teams are not allowed to make their own trades during the preseason. The commissioner can still do trades between teams. Regular Season (after 3/19/2019) Teams are not allowed to make their own trades during the regular season. The commissioner can still do trades between teams. Lineups Teams are allowed to set their lineups while players haven't played. Day lineup can be set: Every day
  9. We are just over a week away from cut down day and and 11 days from the draft. Now is the time to grab the one opening we have and get in the best league in the country.
  10. we have at least one prospect for our lone opening but no decision yet. Anyone that is interested is still encouraged to get in touch. First one to say they want the spot gets the spot.
  11. one spot open. our cutdown list and deadline to submit your keepers list is March 27th at 10pm You can trade from now up until the keeper submission deadline. Drat day March 30th, 11am.
  12. 2 weeks until cutdown day the draft is the 30th Now is the time to get in the SSBA. One of the oldest and simply the best league in the country.
  13. 15 days till cut down day and the trade talks are going big time. Just 18 days till the draft time to jump in and grab the 12th slot in a great NL only keeper league.
  14. just over 2 weeks till cut down day and the draft is on the 30th. Time is running out if you want to get in the best league in the country.