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  • Clayton Clayton Feb 18, 2011 3:20 AM Flag

    Hardcore Established Keeper League (need 2)

    I've got two openings for the second season of the very competitive (but usually reasonably civilized, Yahoo!) Joe Lovitto Memorial Fantasy Baseball League. Most of our owners have multiple league wins, so make sure that you know what you're doing, or get ready to learn real fast.

    The league is named, obviously, in memory of Texas Rangers legend, and all-time icon of the Texas-California Axis of Cool, Jumpin' Joe Lovitto. It's a 16 team league
    (6 playoff), head-to-head, 9x8. Cats are listed below, but we'll be voting on possible changes as soon as we have a full ownership roster.

    We have 12 Keepers, head-to-head, and the Live Draft to fill out rosters is set for March 19, 1pm New York Mets time.

    We have two teams available. Catalina Wine Makers made the playoffs, but fell in the semfinals. The roster is currently: Ryan Howard, Derek Jeter, David Wright, Brandon Phillips, Derek Lee, Nick Markakis, Domonic Brown, Lance Berkman, Russell Martin, Raul Ibanez, Chase Headley, Nate McLouth; Edison Volquez, Johnny Cueto, Brandon Morrow, Max Scherzer, C. J. Wilson, Brett Myers, Rickey Romero, Ian Kennedy, Randy Wells, Brian Fuentes, Matt Lindstrom, Dontrelle Willis, Joe Saunders and Dana Eveland...so a big problem is going to be choosing 12 to keep.

    The D'Stormers are more of a fixer-upper but definitely with playoff potential: Prince Fielder, Nelson Cruz, Jay Bruce, Colby Rasmus, Delmon Young, Stephen Drew, Ike Davis, J. P. Arencibia, Brennan Boesch, Ian Stewart,Josh Thole, Sean Rodriguez, Jose Lopez, Cliff Pennington, Tyler Colvin, Wilson Betemit; Josh Johnson, Rickey Nolasco, James Shields, Mike Leake, Josh Beckett, Gio Gonzalez, Kevin Slowey, Joel Hanrahan, Hong-Chih Kuo, Barry Enright, Ed Mujica and Sergio Romo...so lots of good decisions to make there, too.


    Drop me an email at claytononboard@yahoo.com to let me know that you're interested, and which team you'd like. Cheers, The Commish


    The categories are:
    BATTING (8)
    runs
    home runs
    rbi
    steals
    strikeouts
    batting average
    OPS
    grand slams
    PITCHING (9)
    wins
    complete games
    saves
    intentional walks
    strikeouts
    batters ground into double plays
    earned run average
    whip
    net saves

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