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Looking for a website that could handle these leaguesettings

Postby footballsimp » Sun Jan 08, 2006 12:34 pm

My friends and I would like to go "in-depth" this year for fantasy baseball. We want to sign players not only major league contracts but AAA and AA contracts as well based on their experience in the bigs. I have more deatailed info in the rest of this post but it is a lot of reading. if you could please recommend any site you think would work or is generally fairly flexible I would appreciate it.

A. Roster Composition
o 25 Major League Roster spots?1 each of C, 1B, 2B, 3B, SS; 3 OF; 1 Util.; 4 SP; 2 RP;
and 1 generic P
o 3 AAA Roster spots?no position requirements
o 6 AA Roster spots?no position requirements
o Eligible for any batter with fewer than 300 career major-league at bats
o Eligible for any pitcher with fewer than 120 career major-league innings pitched
AND 40 career major-league pitching appearances
o Default Contracts:
o Major league players won in the auction rounds are signed to initial one-year
contracts
o AAA players won in the auction rounds are signed to initial one-year contracts
with no options
o AA players drafted in the draft rounds are singed to initial three-year contracts
with two options per year for 3 years
o Minor league transactions:
o Options?an option is a transaction that sends a player from the major leagues to
the minor leagues
o A minor leaguer may only be activated to replace an injured major leaguer. If you
want to activate a minor leaguer for any other reason, he must be given a major
league contract, at which point he forfeits all options and remaining years on his
minor league contract
o Long-term Contract Extensions:
o Any player may be signed to ONE long-term contract extension at the end of his
initial contract (this include both major and minor league players)

o To extend a contract, add $5 to the value of the previous contract for each year
that you want to extend it, up to 6 years at $30
o Any player whose contract is not extended or who has reached the end of a long-
term contract extension will be returned to the draft pool for the next season
B. Transactions
o All waiver claims will cost the same as the contract the player was waived with. If the
waiver period ends with no teams claiming a player, he will become a free agent
o All free agent claims will cost $2 with an initial 1-year contract which will expire at the
end of the season
o All transactions, including trades, waivers, and free agents, must not cause the team to
exceed the $320 salary cap
o Once a player is signed to a contract, the player must be paid the FULL VALUE of the
contract for the FULL LENGTH of the contract, even if that player is waived and
claimed by another team
o The trading deadline is August 15
C. Scoring
o THE will use a 5x5 Rotisserie format
o Scoring categories:
o Batters?On-base Pct., Runs, Homeruns, RBI, Stolen bases
o Pitchers?Wins, ERA, WHIP, Saves, Strikeouts

Thanks again for any input.
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Postby footballsimp » Mon Jan 09, 2006 12:36 pm

lets try this: gimme your suggestions for the best and most flexible fantasy baseball sites please. Maybe one of them will work.
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Postby ayebatter » Mon Jan 09, 2006 7:17 pm

CBS Sportsline - should meet your needs - you will have to do your draft on the league message board, but I've been doing that for quite a while and it works just fine.
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