General Message Board
- Scoring will be weekly category head-to-head.
- Membership will consist of 12 teams in 3 divisions.
- Each year teams get $300m added to their operating budgets. Those budgets are for the entire season and any remaining money can carry over to the following season.
- Rosters will consist of the following positions:
C, 1B, 2B, 3B, SS, MI, CI, CF, OF, OF, OF, UT
SP, SP, SP, RP, RP, RP, P, P, P
B, B, B, B,
DL, DL, DL, DL,
- Categories are 6x6, consisting of:
Batting: R, RBI, SB, OBP, XBH, CYC
Pitching: W, K, SV, ERA, WHIP, NH
MINOR LEAGUE ROSTERS
- Teams may carry a minor league roster of prospects that they can protect.
- Rookies are added to the prospect roster via a prospect auction.
- Rookies are players who have not exceeded 130 At Bats or 50 Innings Pitched in MLB. Service time is not a factor.
- Prospects must be professional players in an MLB system to be drafted.
- Teams are allowed to par to a maximum of 12 prospects via the prospect auction, but may carry more prospects through trades.
- There is no mandatory need to have any prospects rostered.
The Rookie Auction
- The rookie auction begins with each owner nominating two unprotected rookies.
- All bids must be divisible by $250,000.
- Once the auction hits midnight for the second time, “last call” is declared, and only teams that have previously bid on the player may continue bidding.
- After last call, there is a 6-hour clock that resets with each new bid. This bid clock is paused at 2 AM and resumes at 10 AM.
- Once there are no new bids on a player for 6 hours, the player is won and is added to the highest bidder’s team.
- Owners may only be the leading bidder on as many auctions as they have minor league spots available.
- Once an auction has ended, whoever started the auction may then start another, provided they have not already filled their minor league roster.
- There is no trading during the prospect auction.
- A prospect can be kept on the minor league roster unti