Thread: Stage Four

It doesn’t exist. But we keep hoping.

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Our rules are identical to LynchMob's ...

Funny enough - Brandon Lyon got WAIVED in our league today - by the team that needed a slot to buy KRod.

Our bids:
Dunn 8
KRod 7
Qualls 6
Jeanmar Gomez 5
Butch Smith 5
Joe Thatcher 5
Mercer 5 (replacing Brignac)
Phil Ponebshek Texpope
May 21 '13
Here's my home league FAABs ... we have a $5 min bid ... and you must waive someone from your active roster (2 rules which are significantly different from PCL, for example) ...

FAAB: B Lyon 7
FAAB: C Gaudin 7
FAAB: J Mercer 5
FAAB: R Ankiel 13
Howard Lynch LynchMob
May 21 '13
Home League FAABS:

I should have been the guy going for Qualls and Webb since I have Cishak, but did not.

Slow day in FAAB land

1) Winning Bids:
3: Lyons (FR)
2: Schumaker (AS2), Chatwood (BB), Webb (Banks), Qualls (Banks)
Kent Ostby Seadogs
May 21 '13
Home league FAABs today:

Derek Dietrich for 14
Jennemar Gomez for 11
Scott Van Slyke for 10
Nick Green for 5
Burch Smith for 4
Tom Koehler for 4
Brett Pill for 4
Guillermo Quiroz for 3
Michael Fiers for 3
Jon Gast for 3
Tim Feddie for 2
Rick Ankiel for 3
Kent Ostby Seadogs
May 14 '13
Home league FAABS this week:

Jose Tabata @ 7 to Sons of Beaches
Andrew Brown @ 5 to Preplexing Slowball (wins tiebreaker over Big Ballers)
Ryan Sweeney @ 3 to Deer Antler Spray
Jeuryis Familia @ 3 to Fugitive Recovery
Donald Lutz @ 2 to A Solid .215
Jeremy Heffner @ 2 to Big Ballers (wins tiebreaker over A Solid .215)
Kyle [email protected] 2 to Fugitive Recovery
Craig Stammen @ 2 to The Burninators
Mike Dunn @ 2 to Xenopimps (wins tiebreaker over Big Ballers)
Jordy Mercer @ 2 to Von Doom
Javy Guerra @ 2 to Big Ballers
Kent Ostby Seadogs
May 7 '13
Had my home league auction this past weekend.

Here is what I kept: (NOTE: A= last year of LTC, B= This year and next on LTC, O=last year of original contract, 2=second year of original contract):

KEEPERS:
C: AJ Ellis 3:2, Gattis 2:2
INF: Goldschmidt 7:B, M.Ellis 1:2
OF: C.Gonzalez 12:A, Parra 1:O, Kubel 12:2
P: Fiers 7:2, Cishek 1:2, Detwiller 4:2, Estrada 2:2

Purchases in order:

Tulowitski 42:1 (Now have Tulo in all four leagues)
Crawford -- 25
Soriano -- 25
Revere -- 23
Niese -- 22 (this was after several starters went into the 30s including Baumgarner to 38).
J.Garcia -- 11
Wandy -- 7
Dom Brown -- 17
Pacheco -- 7
Armistra -- 5
Dobbs -- 6

Left 1 on the table.

Our draft board, including keepers, is here:
http://tinyurl.com/cdrc8vg






Kent Ostby Seadogs
Apr 11 '13
It took me two years to figure it out, but I think the purpose of the reserve draft, at least in the PCL, is this:

Which reserve picks will either:
a) help me fill in the holes on my team, or
b) be the most valuable to a team playing for next year

The promise or potential of a 20 yr old AA pitcher picked in round 8 of the reserve draft for $2 is likely worth much more than just picking a guy you might need there.

I've got 4 or 5 reserve picks I hope to use this season. The rest are just currency.
Keith Prosseda andypro
Apr 5 '13
Every time I leave a draft like this, I have the same question in my head:

What is the purpose of the reserve draft?

Should you be getting minor leaguers that match your major leaguers?

Or just minor leaguers?

Is it just a question of "Which player is most likely to earn me money this year?" or maybe "which player is most likely to earn me money this year and next year?"

Kent Ostby Seadogs
Apr 5 '13
2013 AL Doubt Wars entry:
Entry AL, Doubt Wars

Neaux Brainers

C Avila 12
C Iannetta 7
1B Berkman 12
CI Pujols 36
3B Chisenhall 9
2B Bonifacio 15
MI Altuve 21
SS Lowrie 8
OF Markakis 17
OF Murphy 14
OF Dyson 3
OF Viciedo 14
UT Hunter 17
SUT Carter 13
P Price 29
P Happ 1
P Smyly 3
P Harrell 3
P Wilson 14
P Davis 6
P Jimenez 2
P Soria 2
P Capps, C 1
David Molyneaux NeauxBrainr
Apr 1 '13
Or maybe "Doubt Wars" is Stage Five?
Howard Lynch LynchMob
Apr 1 '13