Commissioner Corner Message Board
We're going into the fourth year of an 18-team, 30-man roster, head-to-head dynasty league and need two replacements for owners that don't have the time to put in. Serious inquiries only please. I need people who're willing to stick around in the hard times. This can be more of a long-term investment in time, especially at this point in the league's existence.
Here's an overview of the league:
Stats: pitching - W, SV, K, HOLDS, ERA, WHIP; hitting - R, HR, RBI, SB, AVG, OPS
Positions: C, 1B, 2B, 3B, SS, IF, LF, CF, RF, OF, Util, 4 SP, 3 RP, 4 P, 8 BN, 5 DL
Maximum of 4 adds per week and minimum of 25 IP per week
We keep a minimum of 25 players and up to 30 players. If you keep less than 30, we have an offline email/text/phone draft that covers about a month prior to the start of the season. Keeping only 25 allows you to draft in the first round. If you were to keep 29 players, your turn to draft would not come up until the final round. Draft order is the reverse of the previous year's finish. If you take this team, you'd be drafting second (assuming you keep only 25).
Juan Carlos Oviedo
Keep in mind that there are 540+ players owned in this league, so these teams may not be as bad as it seems. If you have questions or think you might like to take over the team, email me at fireflyuprising on this site. If you just reply to this message, I'm unlikely to respond.
- 1 Reply to Mr. Scientist
The final team we were waiting on to join let me know he doesn't have time to play this year. So I need a replacement for his team. Roster is below. Refer to my first post of this thread for details. Email me at fireflyuprising on this site if you're interested.
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