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|Portland Sea Dogs(Co-Commish)||
Posted: Jan 31 2005, 12:59 PM
Member No.: 1
Joined: 31-January 05
Trevor's 2005 Keeper League-
I - Starting Lineup
1 First Basemen
1 Second Basemen
1 Third Basemen
1 Short Stop
1 Corner Infielder
1 Middle Infielder
1 Utility Player(Any Posistional Player)
9 Pitchers(Starting or Relief)
II - Complete Roster
Each teams complete roster will consist of 27 players. The starting lineup shown above and 5 bench players. A bench player can be either a positional player or a pitcher.
III - Statistical Catagories
The league will a 6x6 rotisserie type of league that will consist of 6 catagories for each of the following:
The statistical catagories that will be used are the following:
Runs Batted In
On Base Plus Slugging Percentage
Earned Run Average
Walks and Hits Per Inning Pitched
IV - Rosters/Trades
All rosters will stay intact until March 1st when keepers must be declared. Trading will be allowed untill August 31st(During The Fantasy Season). Offseason trades will also be allowed, as well as trading of draft picks.
VI - Draft
The draft will be a snake style draft based on the final standings from the previous year. The draft positioning will be determined as follows based on the order of finish of the previous season. 1st pick goes to the 8th place team; 2nd - 9th place; 3rd - 10th place; 4th - 5th place; 5th - 6th place; 6th - 7th place; 7th - 4th; 8th - 3rd; 9th - 2nd; 10th - 1st.
VII - Schedule
Teams will set there rosters weekly starting on Mondays. Rosters must be in by 12PM on mondays.
VIII - Keepers-
All players on a team's roster at the end of the season will be eligible to be kept. Each team gets one pick per round unless they accumulate more through trades. Each team may then elect to give up a draft pick in order to keep a player. The player's "draft value" will determine which pick a team will have to give up.
Draft Value Breakdown
Any player retained from a previous year - his "draft value" will be divided by 2 (rounding up - ie a dv of 3 becomes 2 the next year).
Any player actually drafted that season - his dv will be equal to the round he is drafted in.
Players who have no DV may also be kept. They can be slotted anywhere between 1-15. They can also be slotted in the first open round from round 15 through 27. They may not be slotted in a round later than the 15th if a round between that round and the 15th is open.
IX - Winnings
$2 for winning an individual week
25% of the remaining pot for finishing first in the first half of the season (determined by the All-Star Break)
50% of the remaining pot for finishing in first for the year
2% of the remaining pot for winning an individual statistical catagory
2.5% of the remaining pot for winning the batting/pitching catagories
X - Minor Leaguers
A team may carry up to 10 minor leaguers. A player must be actively in the minors or on the DL to be placed on a minor league roster. On the 1st of each month and before opening day, all players listed as Active by CBS must be moved off of the minor league roster or released outright.
Keeping Minor Leaguers
If a minor leaguer was actually drafted, then his dv will remain per the dv rules. If a minor leaguer is picked up via free agency. he may be retained without a dv if the following is true:
a. He is still on a minor league roster at the end of the MLB season.
b. If he was not called up before August 15th in any way that season.
c. If a batter has less than 100 ABs, starting pitcher with less than 10 starts, or a relief pitcher with less than 30 innings. The gray area is if a pitcher has appeared in more than 15 games he will not be eligible.
GM Of The Portland Sea Dogs
Co-Commish Of The Roncalli Keeper League