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  1. Entry fee is negotiable from $100- $150. Plenty of teams available. Only 20 days left till opening day. We are shooting between March 23-25 as auction date, the weekend before opening day. Players with at least 150AB or 50IP will not be eligible until the snake draft, which will be on the league homepage during opening week. MLB Opening Day 2018 will be at 3:00 PM - 9:00 PM on Thursday, March 29 All times are in Central Time.
  2. Hi Doug, email me if interested.
  3. Hi Stephen T, I posted a link to a new 5X5 roto keeper league I am hoping to form very soon. Email me if interested. I am willing to negotiate on just about every aspect.
  4. Sorry that was directed to the post owner, JayHawk
  5. Hey Tapha21, I'm trying to start up a new league and would like to use CBSsports but the same options are probably available in all platforms. Email me if your interested.
  6. dholmes, I'm trying to start a league up. I have plenty of details and am willing to go $100-150 plus split the fees. Email me if interested.
  7. Hey guys I'm just shopping around to start a new league too. I'm familiar with CBSsports and like their options which are probably available in every other platform.. I am currently posting to start a new roto 5X5 keeper league for the first time. Its a $150 entry because of the starting league fee every year from CBS. It goes up to $170 if not now, soon. I quoted bgrant because he stated no annual increase on 5-8 active keepers, which is a great idea.
  8. This is an AL and NL league. CONSTITUTION -------------- Finances -------------- The entry fee is $150 via LeagueSafe. There are no transaction fees. 2018 payouts: 12 teams at $150 - $150 CBS fee = $1,650 1st - $900 2nd - $425 3rd - $225 4th - $100 ------------------------- Auction/Salaries ------------------------- The salary cap for the auction is $300. All teams must be under this cap when the auction concludes. Players can't be placed on the DL before or during the auction. A team need not spend the maximum. The maximum salary cap in season is $325. No team can enter any season with a salary exceeding $300 though! The extra $25 is for in season use only. Players dropped before the auction will have their salaries reset. All undrafted free agents will receive $1 salaries after the auction. A player's salary doesn't change if he's dropped after the auction, and the number of FAAB dollars you spend on a player will have no effect. Players on your DL count against your cap, but eligible minor league rookies don't. -------------- Keepers -------------- You can keep up to 38 players (24 starters, 7 bench, 7 minors). There are no contract limits, but salaries will escalate $5 for each year that a player is kept. For example, a player you get for $1 in 2018 would be $6 in 2019, $11 in 2020, $16 in 2021, $21 in 2022, $26 in 2023, etc. ------------------------- Minor Leaguers ------------------------- You have seven minor league roster spots which are only acquired through the minor league draft. This is a slow straight draft, and the draft order is the reverse order of the previous year's standings. All players who haven't exceeded 130 AB or 50 IP in their MLB careers will be eligible. This includes undrafted foreign players signed by MLB teams. College players are ineligible. The player has to be in the database. Minor leaguers acquired at the auction won't be eligible for your minor league spots. Minor leaguers you pick up during the season will also be ineligible. Minor leaguers remain eligible when they're traded. Players from the current year's MLB amateur draft and international signing period can be picked up during the season, even though you won't be able to send them to the minors. If one of your minor leaguers is promoted to the majors, you're still allowed to leave him in your minors if he hasn't exceeded the rookie limits of 130 AB or 50 IP in his MLB career. As long as he has rookie eligibility, he won't count against your salary cap. During the season, you can promote and demote an eligible rookie at will. However, once he exceeds the AB/IP limits, he'll be given a $1 salary. Once that happens, you'll have to call him up or release him. ----------- Trades ----------- Trades are subject to a 2-day voting period, where at most 5 objections are allowed. Trades receiving more than 5 objections are sent to the commissioner for approval. The commissioner also reserves the right to revoke any drop of a player that appears to be done for any other purpose than fair and competitive competition. There will be a cap on transactions between 2 teams. ----------------- Add/Drops ----------------- You start with $200 FAAB. Free agent FAAB will run once a week on Sunday nights. FAAB dollars can't be carried over to the next season. --------------------------------------- Illegal/Abandoned Teams --------------------------------------- Illegal lineups won't accumulate stats. Retroactive transactions to fix a lineup won't be allowed. You may go over the salary cap or roster limits after a trade, but you must get back under before the lineups lock for the next scoring period. Owners are expected to keep an eye on their rosters and make sure they're activating or reserving players who are no longer eligible for the minors or DL.
  9. This will be a fun league that is open to expanding to 16 teams with a high retention rate. With that said I have outlined a few basic rules with the goal of making transactions fair and enjoyable. I’m looking for MLB enthusiasts who have little time for looking at the FAAB, and mainly likes managing a daily batting roster. The reserve bench size is small compared to the active bench, and there will be a pitching limit. The basic rules are: There will be a weekly FAAB There will be a vote on trades, taking ½-1 rejections There will be a cap on trades between 2 teams this will be decided by a vote. I am thinking 3 as a max transaction and 7 as max volume of players. You can keep up to 38 players (24 starters, 7 bench, 7 minors). There are no contract limits, but salaries will escalate $5 for each year that a player is kept. You have seven minor league roster spots which are only acquired through the minor league draft. This is a slow straight draft, and the draft order is the reverse order of the previous year's standings. All players who haven't exceeded 130 AB or 50 IP in their MLB careers will be eligible. If one of your minor leaguers is promoted to the majors, you're still allowed to leave him in your minors if he hasn't exceeded the rookie limits of 130 AB or 50 IP in his MLB career. As long as he has rookie eligibility, he won't count against your salary cap. During the season, you can promote and demote an eligible rookie at will. However, once he exceeds the AB/IP limits, he'll be given a $1 salary. Once that happens, you'll have to call him up or release him. The cap on trades is only meant to keep any high-baller gambling junkie with half the average MLB IQ from having an advantage. Email me at joesea2@hotmail.com or for any questions or details. ROSTER LIMITS STATUS MIN MAX Active Players 0 24 Reserve Players 0 7 Injured Players 0 3 Minors Players 0 7 Total Players 0 41 POSITION ACTIVE MIN ACTIVE MAX ROSTER TOTAL C 0 1 No Limit 1B 0 1 No Limit 2B 0 1 No Limit 3B 0 1 No Limit SS 0 1 No Limit MI 0 1 No Limit CI 0 1 No Limit OF 0 5 No Limit U 0 2 No Limit P 0 10 No Limit