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Sanga47

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Re: BBFL 2022
« Reply #2010 on: March 18, 2023, 03:05:50 am »
Can we start a new thread BBFL 2023? :D

CUBluejays

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Re: BBFL 2022
« Reply #2011 on: March 18, 2023, 07:14:14 am »
After the replacement draft

Dave23

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Re: BBFL 2022
« Reply #2012 on: March 18, 2023, 12:34:29 pm »
So are rosters frozen right now? Or can add/drops be done?

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Re: BBFL 2022
« Reply #2013 on: March 18, 2023, 12:55:53 pm »
If you can internally make moves, but no players may be taken from the pool

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Re: BBFL 2022
« Reply #2014 on: March 18, 2023, 03:35:06 pm »
Demonition and Injured Player Replacement Draft- March 28, all times CST (PM)
1) Dragons 4:00
2) Red Hornets 4:30
3) Dragons 5:00
4) Dojo 5:30
5)Corn Mashers 6:00
6)Glass Onions   6:30
7)Glenelg Palindromes   7:00
8)Downunder Diamond Kings   7:30
9)Method Madmen   8:00
10)Rynos   8:30
11)Oz Busters   9:00
12)Old Style   9:30
13)Logray's Bag   10:00
14)Dastardly Divers   10:30
15)Snotnosed Brats    11:00 
16)Forking Shirtballs   11:30


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Re: BBFL 2022
« Reply #2015 on: March 18, 2023, 03:50:28 pm »
Roster Review
Dojo: legal
Corn Mashers: legal
Divers: legal
DDK: legal
Dragons: legal
FS: legal
GO: legal
Palindromes: legal
LB: legal
MM: legal
OB: legal
OS: legal
Red Hornets: legal
Rynos: legal
Shawdows: legal
SB: legal



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Re: BBFL 2022
« Reply #2016 on: March 19, 2023, 09:42:24 am »
Is the replacement process a draft like process or does a team fill all of their issues at their specified time? 

For instance I currently have McCullers, Alvarez, Kirilloff and Moreno showing injury designations. While I think McCullers is the only one who wonít start the season, IF I needed to replace all 4 would I do it all at once or would I fill one spot and then the team below me would get to fill a spot?

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Re: BBFL 2022
« Reply #2017 on: March 19, 2023, 10:03:24 am »
All at once. 

It is only for guys that will start on the IL or are getting sent to the minors.  Just having a red flag isnít enough to get a replacement.  If they areít on the IL, you need to provide evidence.  Once you have made your replacements it moves to the next player, even if your time isnít up.
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Re: BBFL 2022
« Reply #2018 on: March 19, 2023, 11:01:44 pm »
Profar:  Profar agreed Sunday to a one-year, $7.75 million contract with the Rockies, Jon Heyman of the New York Post reports.

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Re: BBFL 2022
« Reply #2019 on: March 20, 2023, 11:35:33 pm »
Some of you may have received the blurb from Fantrax regarding Ohtani.  It is now possible to split Ohtani into hitter Otani or pitcher Otani. Two separate players in the league.  Joe and I discussed our options and we decided that since our draft is over, we won't split them this year.  I own Ohtani and I will have the choice when it occurs of switching him from pitcher or player.  Next season, if he goes FA, you will have TWO Ohtani's to choose from in the draft.  If he stays with the Angels, I will have to declare which Ohtani I will keep and which I will release into the pool.  Can both Ohtani's be on the same team, yes, but it is unlikely.  Can pitcher Ohtani strike out batter Ohtani?  Wait and see.  We believe this is the fairest way to proceed. 

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Re: BBFL 2022
« Reply #2020 on: Today at 07:18:13 am »
Some of you may have received the blurb from Fantrax regarding Ohtani.  It is now possible to split Ohtani into hitter Otani or pitcher Otani. Two separate players in the league.  Joe and I discussed our options and we decided that since our draft is over, we won't split them this year.  I own Ohtani and I will have the choice when it occurs of switching him from pitcher or player.  Next season, if he goes FA, you will have TWO Ohtani's to choose from in the draft.  If he stays with the Angels, I will have to declare which Ohtani I will keep and which I will release into the pool.  Can both Ohtani's be on the same team, yes, but it is unlikely.  Can pitcher Ohtani strike out batter Ohtani?  Wait and see.  We believe this is the fairest way to proceed.

There is a lot of time to figure it out for next year but if this is up for a vote or discussion I really think a team should get to use Ohtani (or any future dual players) in both positions. It is part of the value someone like Ohtani brings.

This obviously wouldnít help me so it isnít self serving. I donít currently have him and donít plan to be near last place at the end of this season.

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Re: BBFL 2022
« Reply #2021 on: Today at 08:51:10 am »
There is a lot of time to figure it out for next year but if this is up for a vote or discussion I really think a team should get to use Ohtani (or any future dual players) in both positions. It is part of the value someone like Ohtani brings.

This obviously wouldnít help me so it isnít self serving. I donít currently have him and donít plan to be near last place at the end of this season.
Since I would benefit from that rule, I certainly would love the discussion, but if it came to a vote, I'd have to abstain.

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Re: BBFL 2022
« Reply #2022 on: Today at 09:21:07 am »
I think next year how we deal Ohtani can be brought up for discussion.

My ideal would be the team that draft him gets both versions.  After that he would cost 2 keepers to keep and you wouldnít be allowed to just keep just one or the other.

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Re: BBFL 2022
« Reply #2023 on: Today at 11:06:17 am »
I think next year how we deal Ohtani can be brought up for discussion.

My ideal would be the team that draft him gets both versions.  After that he would cost 2 keepers to keep and you wouldnít be allowed to just keep just one or the other.

I think this would be the best way to handle Ohtani. If he suddenly became a .650 OPS hitter but was still a great pitcher, I like that the owner would have to decide if his pitching numbers were still good enough to justify basically playing with an empty U spot.