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  1. Greetings! We are looking for a few experienced managers for a fun, competitive fantasy baseball league. We have 9 of 12 paid-in via LeagueSafe. As an active member of the Rotoworld & r/fantasybball community I assure you no funny business. League details; Scoring format: Head-to-head each category (R, HR, RBI, SB, Avg ; K, W, Sv, ERA, WHIP) Draft format: Snake, draft order randomized 1 hour prior to scheduled draft time Draft date: Monday, May 4th at 8:30 PM (EST) Rosters: 22 starters, 3 bench, 2 IR No keepers Transactions: Daily, 7 transactions for 7-day matchups League size: 12 (temporarily set to 14 -- first 12 teams paid are in) Buy-in: $100 via LeagueSafe, majority approval Payouts: 1st = $550, 2nd = $325, 3rd = $175, Best regular season record = $150 Linkage; https://fantasy.espn.com/baseball/league/settings?leagueId=41359319 You can post here or send PM for any questions and invites. Please include your ESPN e-mail address for invites. Thank you
  2. I find it hard to believe any of these organizations will publicly complain about how the NBA decides to handle the rest of the season considering the NBA wants to make $$$ just as much as each franchise does. Sure they will express disappointment but all owners understand the NBA has to protect their product's reputation in the eyes of the public, and will just have to deal with whatever the outcome is.
  3. For all we know the NBA season could recommence in May, June, July -- who knows? -- at which point Oubre could be fully recovered and an asset if the fantasy season carries along.
  4. In league settings set the acquisitions limit to "None Allowed". As LM you can still adjust any recent adds/drops in LM tools, but you have to check the box for "do not count towards team acquisitions."
  5. Agreed. As commissioner in several H2H leagues this is the approach I'm taking. And in doing so I personally would not stand to profit as much as I could have if PO's are completed.
  6. Lol, yeah this is bullsh*t. Most of the people that are out of contention and stand to lose their buy-in feel that everyone should get their $$$ refunded as if it's the "fair thing to do," (go figure?) whereas the rest of the league believes the people who have earned their PO spot/seeding have earned their share of the winnings after investing the past 5 months.
  7. Assuming your league hasn't done the responsible thing and locked player transactions in light of the season being suspended...
  8. Yep, it's a gut punch. Rolling into fantasy PO's in 8 leagues with 3 byes and good prospects of more than doubling my total buy-in ($1,050). For the four leagues where I am commissioner, assuming the season is cancelled I will disburse payouts based on final standings. I'm inclined to believe whoever is leading in the standings after 5 months has earned it.
  9. Wow. Planning for fantasy PO's starting next week across 8 leagues and then this.
  10. So he's likely out for the next 14 days under mandated quarantine because he couldn't help but try to catch the damn virus? Holy f---. Who knows how many other players he gave it too... You can't make this **** up.
  11. Simmons is done for the rest of the H2H fantasy season. J-Rich has a 4-4-3 PO schedule beginning next week. If your team needs stocks & 3's and someone couldn't hold onto this guy I'd scoop. He can get hot in a hurry.
  12. Sorry for not being perfectly clear -- it's because the team with Trout, Story, Cole, Scherzer, Buehler, Devers & Goldschmidt is already taken, meaning the available orphaned team would have to complete with them, and the new LM has very little chance of winning. It's pretty much the same with most of these keeper leagues. You can look at the league rosters and already know who's in the money before the season starts.