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Rusty Barr

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Hi. 51 year old family man. The 6th year 12 GM mixed (players from both real life leagues in the player pool) baseball keeper league I run, We have 1 vacancy that we need to fill.

4 owners dropped after last year. We have already filled 3 of the 4 vacancies.

If you take the last spot, you and the other 3 new GMs will immediately have a private draft by email, (when your and their schedule allows) drafting apart the 4 rosters currently marked vacant at our website.

So, you will not be directly inheriting someone else's mess. You will draft your own keepers from the four rosters full of players.

If you are interested in looking over the 4 rosters full of players and the league website and rule book email me and I will send you a link to come in and poke around.

This is not a casual league. Mature owners who love to trade. Extra big Deep rosters. Minor league element. Not full dynasty. But keeper with a dynasty feel.

Rule book crafted carefully. I started playing fantasy baseball in 1982 so I know a good rule book ...and we have it. Fun fair play for all.

Extremely reliable commissioner. I've been running leagues a long long time. And I currently run three baseball leagues on CBS so I can give you a lot of email references if you would like them. I am also on ebay as franco8308...I have over 700 transactions and I have a 100 percent rating there.

The league dues are $94 a year. That covers everything including unlimited trades and free agency throughout the season.

Our big draft this year with all 12 GMs is Sunday night March 23. for any questions or comments. Thanks in advance.

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The fantasy game here is to build a dynasty/keeper baseball team utilizing keeper players and your best skills and knowledge as a team owner.

The model for the league is basically the old time reserve clause format.

Keep 12 players plus 4 farm team players (total of 16)

There is no draft or cost or time limit on your keepers. A player can be yours forever until you cut him or trade him.




Starting lineups will consist of:

* 2 Catchers

* 1 First Baseman

* 1 Second Baseman

* 1 Shortstop

* 1 Third Baseman

* 1 Middle Infielder (2B/SS)

* 1 Corner Infielder (1B/3B)

* 1 Utility Player (any offensive position)

* 5 Outfielders

* 9 Pitchers

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This is a Head to Head league.

Player Pool: All real life leagues including minors.

Positions: C, 1B, 2B, 3B, SS, MI, CI, OF, U, SP and RP.

Eligibility: Players are eligible at their primary position, plus positions they've played 20 games last year or 10 games this year.

• WEEKLY Lineups are set once for the start of each period.

Head to Head game weeks run Monday to and through Sunday nights.

Head-to-Head, Individual Categories System.

Scoring based on total stats each period.

Scoring for Batting Categories

BA - Batting Average

HR - Home Runs

R - Runs

RBI - Runs Batted In

SB - Stolen Bases

Scoring for Pitching Categories

ERA - Earned Run Average

K - Strikeouts (Pitcher)

S - Saves

W - Wins

WHIP - Walks + Hits / Inning

In head to head...

Game weeks run Monday to Sunday. So, in a typical week, you might go 6-4 against an opponent, then the next week you go 7-3 against another opponent head to head. The next week, against someone else you go 8-2.

In the standings, after 3 weeks, the site would show your record as overall 21-9. is my email.

Thanks in advance for looking this thread over.

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This is head to head. Meaning, you set your lineup once a week. Monday.

Then that lineup is fixed for the week. Stats accumulate by CBS Monday to Sunday night.

Instead of roto where you compete continually against everyone, in this league you go head to head against only one other GM each week.

Both formats have pros and cons.

What makes this cool, is you can look at your opponent, and set your lineup weekly to try and just beat him.

I also like the pitching strategy of having to decide, " I,pitch this bum who has two starts this week, or this better pitcher who has only one start this week."

Continual matchup decisions like that come into play each week.

Free agency, adds, drops and can do those any day throughout the season.

But the lineups set once a week.

For me, I prefer this format.

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