CinRedsFan2000 has now confirmed.
I haven't heard yet from stephenk29 or redsfandan.
10 confirmations, 2 unconfirmed and 0 deserters so far.
I went back and re-read the entire thread. It was interesting to relive the whole season again via our many posts during the draft and throughout the year.
I noticed that I never did post the final results of the season. Take a look below to see how the standings changed as the season rolled by:
It will be interesting to see how the various strategies employed by our managers will play out over the long haul. Some teams were in win-now mode while others were in dynasty mode with the aim of building up a long-term dominant squad.
We will see prospects develop into stars, older stars will begin to fade away and many surprises will occur along the way.
The inning limit on pitching destroyed me.
"Bring on Rod Stupid!"
We're not doing any draft pick trading this year, am I right?
Keep in mind the draft will be very, very short this year. It will most likely be about three rounds, with most owners dropping out after making one or two selections.
The only players available in the draft are the unwanted players from last year plus some additional young prospects that were not already in the Yahoo player pool last year.
Guys like Strasburg and Aroldis will likely be snatched up with the first few picks, then it will be very slim pickings for everyone else. I could be wrong though. We'll see soon enough.
Additionally, since almost every team has a full 30 man roster already, you will have to drop one of your current players every time you make a draft pick.
Is the site set up yet? I mean so we can drop players, or is it the same league?
Suck it up cupcake.
Remember you get to keep all of your players, so you won't need to drop anybody until you make a draft selection that would put you over the 30 man roster limit.
Do you have all our rosters? I can't even see last year's league.
Suck it up cupcake.
I also have the same info (plus some other stuff) about last years league.
"Now that's a real shame when folks be throwin' away a perfectly good white boy like that."