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  1. 30-team head-to-head fantasy league whose sabermetric orientation, offseason realism, and incredibly deep minor-league system should appeal to anyone interested in really capturing the flavor of running a MLB club. The league’s statistics are managed through FanTrax and an active message board. The league has so many positive features. Those positives include: Sabermetrically-Oriented Categories. Hitting = HR, SB, OBP, SLG, RC, Total Bases; Pitching = FIP, WHIP, Quality Starts, SV, HLD, and Strikeouts per Batters Faced. Salary Caps and Free Agency. Free agency is as realistic as possible, as teams can sign free agents to short- or long-term contracts in an auction-style bidding process. Each team is limited by a hard annual salary cap of $125 million. Deep Active Rosters. Teams accumulate stats for 12 hitting positions (starting eight plus CI, MI, OF, UTIL) and 11 pitching positions (5 SP, 6 RP). The waiver wire is thin. With rosters this deep, owners need to develop their minor-league systems and know their stuff. Deep Minor-League Systems. This league has the deepest minor-league systems you will find out there. Teams have up to 200 prospects each and there are four ways that owners can add prospects through the year: a six-round prospect free agent draft (starting in February), four additional prospect adds from each team’s respective MLB club (March), a 10-round amateur draft (currently ongoing) and a full, auction-style bidding process for July 2 international players. A Committed Nucleus of Owners. We have a committed core group of owners that really know their stuff and get along well. Trading is active. It is a great group to be involved with. if interested email me at gregbracken07@gmail.com
  2. 30-team head-to-head fantasy league whose sabermetric orientation, offseason realism, and incredibly deep minor-league system should appeal to anyone interested in really capturing the flavor of running a MLB club. The league’s statistics are managed through FanTrax and an active message board. The league has so many positive features. Those positives include: Sabermetrically-Oriented Categories. Hitting = HR, SB, OBP, SLG, RC, Total Bases; Pitching = FIP, WHIP, Quality Starts, SV, HLD, and Strikeouts per Batters Faced. Salary Caps and Free Agency. Free agency is as realistic as possible, as teams can sign free agents to short- or long-term contracts in an auction-style bidding process. Each team is limited by a hard annual salary cap of $125 million. Deep Active Rosters. Teams accumulate stats for 12 hitting positions (starting eight plus CI, MI, OF, UTIL) and 11 pitching positions (5 SP, 6 RP). The waiver wire is thin. With rosters this deep, owners need to develop their minor-league systems and know their stuff. Deep Minor-League Systems. This league has the deepest minor-league systems you will find out there. Teams have up to 200 prospects each and there are four ways that owners can add prospects through the year: a six-round prospect free agent draft (starting February 15), four additional prospect adds from each team’s respective MLB club (March), a 10-round amateur draft (starts in late-July) and a full, auction-style bidding process for July 2 international players. A Committed Nucleus of Owners. We have a committed core group of owners that really know their stuff and get along well. Trading is active. It is a great group to be involved with. For those who enjoy hunting deep for minor league players, a very active auction will be starting in a couple weeks for the new J2 international prospects with a 10 round draft starting in late-July for the recent June draftees. if interested email me at gregbracken07@gmail.com
  3. 30-team head-to-head fantasy league whose sabermetric orientation, offseason realism, and incredibly deep minor-league system should appeal to anyone interested in really capturing the flavor of running a MLB club. The league’s statistics are managed through FanTrax and an active message board. The league has so many positive features. Those positives include: Sabermetrically-Oriented Categories. Hitting = HR, SB, OBP, SLG, RC, Total Bases; Pitching = FIP, WHIP, Quality Starts, SV, HLD, and Strikeouts per Batters Faced. Salary Caps and Free Agency. Free agency is as realistic as possible, as teams can sign free agents to short- or long-term contracts in an auction-style bidding process. Each team is limited by a hard annual salary cap of $125 million. Deep Active Rosters. Teams accumulate stats for 12 hitting positions (starting eight plus CI, MI, OF, UTIL) and 11 pitching positions (5 SP, 6 RP). The waiver wire is thin. With rosters this deep, owners need to develop their minor-league systems and know their stuff. Deep Minor-League Systems. This league has the deepest minor-league systems you will find out there. Teams have up to 200 prospects each and there are four ways that owners can add prospects through the year: a six-round prospect free agent draft (starting February 15), four additional prospect adds from each team’s respective MLB club (March), a 10-round amateur draft (starts in August) and a full, auction-style bidding process for July 2 international players. A Committed Nucleus of Owners. We have a committed core group of owners that really know their stuff and get along well. Trading is active. It is a great group to be involved with. if interested email me at gregbracken07@gmail.com
  4. We have some openings in a 20-team fun, competitive dynasty League that has been running since 200730 man rosters, unlimited minor league systems built from your naming teams organization6 x 6 Head to Head scoring on FantraxOther league business handled on a proboards pageFree agency, contracts, $95M salary cap3 round dispersal draft for minor league players from the extra 10 teams minor leagues 3 round MiLB first year player draft for players from the June draft If interested in joining leave an email address and we will reach out to you
  5. 2 teams still available, free agency to begin Jan.1 if interested email me at gregbracken07@gmail.com
  6. 30-team head-to-head fantasy league whose sabermetric orientation, offseason realism, and incredibly deep minor-league system should appeal to anyone interested in really capturing the flavor of running a MLB club. The league’s statistics are managed through FanTrax and an active message board. The league has so many positive features but needs an infusion of new blood to take over a few teams. Those positives include: Sabermetrically-Oriented Categories. Hitting = HR, SB, OBP, SLG, RC, Total Bases; Pitching = FIP, WHIP, Quality Starts, SV, HLD, and Strikeouts per Batters Faced. Salary Caps and Free Agency. Free agency is as realistic as possible, as teams can sign free agents to short- or long-term contracts in an auction-style bidding process. Each team is limited by a hard annual salary cap of $125 million. Free Agency starting in January Deep Active Rosters. Teams accumulate stats for 12 hitting positions (starting eight plus CI, MI, OF, UTIL) and 11 pitching positions (5 SP, 6 RP). The waiver wire is thin. With rosters this deep, owners need to develop their minor-league systems and know their stuff. Deep Minor-League Systems. This league has the deepest minor-league systems you will find out there. Teams have up to 200 prospects each and there are four ways that owners can add prospects through the year: a six-round prospect free agent draft (starting in February), four additional prospect adds from each team’s respective MLB club (March), a 10-round amateur draft (starts in August) and a full, auction-style bidding process for July 2 international players. A Committed Nucleus of Owners. While the league needs to replace some owners, we actually have a committed core group of owners that really know their stuff and get along well. Trading is active. It is a great group to be involved with and we just want to fill out the ownership group with like-minded people. If interested please leave an email and I will send you the info on the available teams
  7. 30-team head-to-head fantasy league whose sabermetric orientation, offseason realism, and incredibly deep minor-league system should appeal to anyone interested in really capturing the flavor of running a MLB club. The league’s statistics are managed through FanTrax and an active message board. The league has so many positive features but needs an infusion of new blood to take over a few teams. Those positives include: Sabermetrically-Oriented Categories. Hitting = HR, SB, OBP, SLG, RC, Total Bases; Pitching = FIP, WHIP, Quality Starts, SV, HLD, and Strikeouts per Batters Faced. Salary Caps and Free Agency. Free agency is as realistic as possible, as teams can sign free agents to short- or long-term contracts in an auction-style bidding process. Each team is limited by a hard annual salary cap of $125 million. Deep Active Rosters. Teams accumulate stats for 12 hitting positions (starting eight plus CI, MI, OF, UTIL) and 11 pitching positions (5 SP, 6 RP). The waiver wire is thin. With rosters this deep, owners need to develop their minor-league systems and know their stuff. Deep Minor-League Systems. This league has the deepest minor-league systems you will find out there. Teams have up to 200 prospects each and there are four ways that owners can add prospects through the year: a 10-round amateur draft (which starts in August), a six-round prospect free agent draft (every March), four additional prospect adds from each team’s respective MLB club (March), and a full, auction-style bidding process for July 2nd international players. A Committed Nucleus of Owners. While the league needs to replace some inactive owners, we actually have a committed core group of owners that really know their stuff and get along well. Trading is active. It is a great group to be involved with and we just want to fill out the ownership group with like-minded people. If interested please leave an email and I will send you the info on the available teams
  8. I have a couple open teams in a 30 team league. Operates on fantrax and proboards. Contracts, salary cap, 2 drafts per year. 10 round first year player draft starting on Aug 6. email me at gregbracken07@gmail.com if you’re interested
  9. Looking for replacement owners to take over for some orphaned teams 30 team league in third year Head to Head scoring on Fantrax Deep minor league rosters J2 International free agency period starting shortly and first year amateur draft to start later in July another Minor league free agent draft happens in March If interested please leave an email and I will send you the info on the available teams
  10. Looking for replacement owners to take over for some orphaned teams 30 team league in third year Head to Head scoring on Fantrax Deep minor league rosters 2 prospect drafts per year, first year amateur draft in July and minor league free agent draft in March as well as an international signing period for July 2nd signings If interested please leave an email and I will send you the info on the available teams
  11. 30 Team Dynasty League with deep minor league rosters entering year 3 is looking for two replacement owners, Free Agency period starting soon H2H Scoring on Fantrax with Proboards site for tracking league business Scoring Categories we use are Hitters - HR, SB, OBP, TB, SLG, RC Pitchers - HLD, QS, SV, FIP, K/BF, WHIP Two minor league drafts per year, February and August July 2 International Free agent signing period Nominal fee asked for to cover the Fantrax fees, no payouts If interested leave me an email address and I''ll forward the details to join
  12. 30 Team Dynasty League with deep minor league rosters entering year 3 is looking for some replacement owners, H2H Scoring on Fantrax with Proboards site for tracking league business Scoring Categories Hitters - HR, SB, OBP, TB, SLG, RC Pitchers - HLD, QS, SV, FIP, K/BF, WHIP Two minor league drafts per year July 2 International Free agent signing period If interested leave me an email address and I''ll forward the details to join