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    6th year Dynasty League needs one new manager

    by Bucs in 2013 Jan 13, 2016 1:15 PM
    Bucs in 2013 Bucs in 2013 Jan 23, 2016 11:20 PM Flag

    Position's been filled. Thanks for all the responses. And best of luck to everyone this fantasy season.

  • We need a new manager for the San Diego Padres.

    Teams are based on homegrown talent from 2011 on, including prospects, and an annual 5 round draft. No open free agency, so its a limited player pool, which increases the challenge. Managers who are open to trades and active during the season have been the most successful. Worst to first is not out of reach in this league to the savvy manager (caveat - never actually happened, 16 to 1, but many quick turnarounds have occurred, at least one each season). 2015 Example - a new manager took over 2014 16th place Cincinnati and finished 4th after the playoffs. That could be you in 2016.

    San Diego has been a perennial powerhouse finishing in the top 3, three of five seasons, and only fell to 11th this season because of inactivity. In fact the guy we lost won the league twice, and finished 2nd the other time. The team itself has a nice compliment of batters, but is in need of some additional SP.

    If you're an active manager and are interested in learning more, email me, Josh (Small Market Dynasty League Commissioner) at joshzd1 on yahoo.

    Thanks, I look forward to hearing from you!

  • Bucs in 2013 Bucs in 2013 Jan 11, 2016 2:22 PM Flag

    Still looking for someone to man the San Diego Padres. A fan of the org would be a good fit. They have a nice offense just need some pitching. Have 5th pick in spring draft.

  • San Diego and Seattle need replacement managers. Teams are based on homegrown talent from 2011 on, including prospects, and an annual 5 round draft. No open free agency, so its a limited player pool, which increases the challenge. Managers who are open to trades and active during the season have been the most successful. Worst to first is not out of reach in this league to the savvy manager (caveat - never actually happened, 16 to 1, but many quick turnarounds have occurred, at least one each season). 2015 Example - a new manager took over 2014 16th place Cincinnati and finished 4th after the playoffs. That could be you in 2016.

    Both teams available are solid teams without too big of holes to climb out of. In fact, San Diego has been a perennial powerhouse finishing in the top 3, three of five seasons, and Seattle has made the playoffs (top 8) 2 of last 3 years. Both have weaknesses, but both really just need active managers to get back in it.

    If you're an active manager and are interested in learning more, email me, Josh (SMDL Commissioner) at joshzd1 on yahoo.

    Thanks, I look forward to hearing from you!

  • Reply to

    Looking to join dynasty league

    by NDI Jan 7, 2016 9:25 PM
    Bucs in 2013 Bucs in 2013 Jan 9, 2016 3:43 PM Flag

    Hi I have two spots open in a dynasty league, San Diego and Seattle. It includes prospects. Teams with active managers find greatest success in the league. Let me know if you're interested.

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    Looking to join a keeper/dynasty league

    by Jeff Jan 4, 2016 10:09 PM
    Bucs in 2013 Bucs in 2013 Jan 9, 2016 3:40 PM Flag

    Hi Jeff, if you're still seeking a team I have two teams available in my league of 16 teams. This will be our 6th year. Please let me know if you're interested.

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