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  2. What is your prediction?
  3. I should clarify - 30 regular team keepers, plus 10 minor league keepers so 40 total.
  4. Hello all, The ABDBL is looking for one owner to replace a long time owner we've had that's stepping away from fantasy baseball. The league is a free 12 team dynasty league hosted on Yahoo that's been running since the 2013 season. The roster is VERY good and includes Trout, Acuna, Bregman, and Stanton. We use a contract system with UFA, RFA, prospect draft, and contract extensions with a $105 salary cap. This team is a yearly playoff team and championship contender. Activity on a Proboards website is required, as that is where all transactions and league conversation take place. Please contact me via email at for full roster and league rules. Thank you!
  5. It still baffles me that after being mentioned who knows how many times people still don’t understand the concept of keeping a running back fresh THROUGHOUT THE SEASON.
  6. I would make that deal as well, you need a 1B and you can find arms on the wire
  7. I'm currently in two very similar leagues but neither are playing this year, hence the reason for this Dynasty startup. Below are just some of the basics for how the league will be constructed: -Prefer 12-16 teams -H2H points -$50 buy in to keep teams invested -40 Man rosters -Auction draft -Minor league draft, Will start with 3-5 rounds to open league. -C,1,2,3,SS,OF,OF,OF,UTIL,SP,RP Starting roster,29 Bench spots, Large Minor league systems. -Daily Lineups -If we get enough teams would like to do auction draft 7/19/20 @8pm ET This is a more complex league than a traditional fantasy baseball redraft league but way more fun. Let me know if you have questions or would like to join?
  8. Another Quarantine Boredom post lol. But this one should be a interesting discussion. Love these discussions with you guys. Building the Perfect team. Name a starting 5 that you think could beat this starting 5. I really feel like this is the ultimate build.
  9. Eh maybe but he was never a threat as a pass catcher in college either. He also apparently hurt his shoulder in the GB game. If we exclude that game he averaged 1.2 catches per game with a healthy shoulder and 1.6 with a hurt one so I don’t buy that either.
  10. I do think Jacobs gets more targets this year. I believe the lack of targets last year had a lot to do with the mobility of his shoulder. I don't expect him to see as much as Sanders (especially with Richard coming back) but I think he gets enough that combined with the rushing will make him pretty safe. But it's early and I could see taking Miles over him if I lose faith in my injury theory. I hear you on Drake.
  11. It's an even trade---you either play to win now & for the next few seasons, or wait to peak in a few years. Can't fault you for accepting or rejecting, depending. Personally, I'd accept given how deep & young your team already is. Bregman & Lindor along w Acuna & Soto give you 4 current 1st rounders, & Castillo gives you so much more depth at SP... Help here?
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  13. I actually had Jacobs ranked above Sanders but in half-PPR and full-PPR Sanders is a much better bet. RBs that can't catch or don't catch passes are a hard sell nowadays. Drake is also a hard sell for me. Expecting a guy to break out in his 5th season isn't exactly that appealing. I understand being on the Dolphins and he did really well on the Cardinals but still... Reminds me of Forsett a bit.
  14. I'd offer up Murphy & Stripling for Carlos in a heartbeat. I love Santana hitting cleanup between J-Ram and Franmil in a pretty solid lineup. I'm guessing in a 12-teamer you can find a decent upside replacement for Stripling off the wire? Help here?
  15. Agree with your top "obvious" choices over Sanders. Personally, of the next group, I think I'd take Jacobs over him. I'd have trouble deciding between Sanders and Drake. A. Jones and Chubb would be below him easily for me.
  16. 20-team Redraft 6x6 H2H (OBP, QS, SV+HLD). IF: S-Murphy (C) Smoak (1B) Moustakas (2B) Davis (3B) Bogaerts (SS) OF: Blackmon, McCutchen, Dickerson UT: Correa BN: Dom-Santana (OF) SP: Corbin, S-Gray, Gallen, Weaver, Shoemaker, Gibson RP: Anderson, Lugo P: Betances BN: Fulmer (SP) IL: Freeman (1B) W-Smith (RP) Someone just dropped Urshela. My only drop option right now is Domingo (I could drop Fulmer as well, but that gives me 2 bench bats in H2H, which is too many IMO; I'll be dropping Smoak once Freeman's back, & either Fulmer or Betances once W-Smith is back). Who do you like for this team, Urshela or Domingo, & why (I'm punting SBs)? Thanks for the help! Leave a link & I WHIR.
  17. Yeah that's still fair. I went and took a look at ADP and the players that are obvious choices to me above him are: CMC, Barkley, Thomas, Henry, Cook (for now), Adams, Kamara, Mixon, Elliot, Hill, and Jones. So putting him there at 12 isn't some crazy stretch. However, personally, I also rather have Hopkins and Godwin. So I suppose I have him more towards the higher end of the second than the middle. You can also make a case for guys like A. Jones, Chubb, Jacobs, and Drake over him. So while there's no way i'd take them over him there's a possibility he can be ranked lower.
  18. Start with one league and then once everyone has drafted, create 11 other leagues with the exact same teams/settings but manually set the schedules so that at the end of the season, everyone has played everyone else each week. Actually, now that I think about it, you'd need to set up a lot more than 11. I don't know the exact math but it would be somewhere between 120 and 154 assuming a 14 game regular season. I think it would be some kind of permutation equation to determine the amount.
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