Dan Schwartz

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Myself and 11 other hooligans make up Rotobanter’s unique dynasty league. Rather than smashing CBS sports, I will focus entirely on the results and my approach.

Here is our crazy constitution in a nutshell:

 

Categories:
• Pitchers (IP Minimum of 1520) K/9, BB/9, HR/9, (K-BB)/PA, RAA
• Hitters – PA’s, OBP, SLG, SB-CS, Runs + RBI – HR i.e. Runs Produced

In all honesty – I originally wanted to go with a 1×1 league (FIP, xFIP or SIERA for pitchers and wOBA or wRC compared to league average for hitters), but we’re not trying to  find an all-encompassing value for a player here – we’re filling a fantasy stat line so we had to make it more fun.

For pitchers, we decided to go with rate statistics for standardization. In order to normalize/regress the value of a reliever, we went with an IP minimum therefore a reliever’s K/9 for example is still very valuable, but you can’t fill your roster with them because of the IP requirement.

 

Roster:
1 at each position including LF, CF and RF + 1 MI, 1 CI, 2 extra OF spots, 1 utility, an extra catcher spot, 10 pitching slots, 3 Bench, and 15 Minor Leaguers. A unique dynasty league, our MiLB system is not contingent on any limits or where players actually are in the MLB or MiLB. Any player can be in the minors, but if they spend one day on our MLB rosters (or vice-versa), that player then spends the rest of the season up or down.

 

Roster includes players on contract (see below) and those drafted which can be kept for three years and then must be signed to a contract for 1-3 more years.

 

Inaugural Draft (4 phases):

1) Silent bidding – preferential order and contracts

All 12 teams “silently” sent 27 players to the commissioner in preferential order with a contract associated (in terms of years and draft picks). 48 players in total were awarded based on the longest lifespan given and the highest associated draft picks. The minimum contract was 2 years and 0 picks. The maximum contract was 6 years and all draft picks. Each team was allowed one player under contract for more than 6 years, but each additional year offered would consume draft picks e.g. 7 years would consume a team’s first round draft pick (and round 2 if they drafted in the second half of the first round). 8 years would consume a team’s first and second picks as well as a third round pick if they drafted in the later-half of the second round – and so on.

 

I won’t get too into this phase, but I will say was I was awarded with no one initially. I went with a win-now approach, meaning I ranked the top 27 guys basically right out of my Top 105, but naturally I knocked up and down some guys based on age e.g. I pushed Pujols down and Freeman up.

 

2) Silent re-bidding

All 12 teams had 24 hours to “silently” re-bid on these 48 players – again in terms of additional years and draft picks. I believe I upped the offer enough to only win Jose Bautista and Eric Hosmer.

 

3) Open re-bidding

All 12 teams had 72 hours to “openly” rebid on these players on Proboards (user-friendly forum). If 24 hours went by without any new bids, those players would close and officially be rewarded as contractually obligated. My strategy here turned out to be a great one I think – act quickly and overwhelm. I rebid on almost everyone (no max roster size going into our last phase/ standard draft).

 

Initially, within 36-48 hours, I was rewarded three studs:

Miguel Cabrera (6 years, 2013 round 1)

Buster Posey (6 years, round 5)

Madison Bumgarner (6 years, round 6)

 

These turned out to be great contracts when compared to the following:

Eric Hosmer (6 years, pick 5) – @rotodealer

Jordan Zimmerman (6 years, pick 8) – @rotodealer

Albert Pujols (6 years, pick 4) – @brettbarton_fbv

Dustin Pedroia (6 years, pick 3) – @brettbarton_fbv

Yu Darvish (6 years, pick 3) – @johnwhorfin

Manny Machado (6 years, pick 3) – There’s Always Money in the Banana Stand

Matt Moore (6 years, pick 4) – There’s Always Money in the Banana Stand

Alex Gordon (6 years, pick 6) – Cameron Shea’s

Jacoby Ellsbury (6 years, pick 4) – @tylerhaynes23

Now this is a long-term dynasty league, so I’m not saying guys like Moore, Machado, Darvish and Hosmer won’t provide excellent long term value. I’m only saying Bumgarner (age 23) and Posey (26) (in a 2-catcher league) are excellent dynasty solutions that will help me win now.

 

By the end of this 3rd phase, I was also awarded:

Prince Fielder (6 years, pick 2) – I thought I would be outbid here, but by the end of this phase, Fantasy Baseball Vision was the only team with a first round pick left (12th overall) and he wound up stealing Troy Tulowitzki and Jose Reyes with maybe 5 seconds left in this phase.

Anthony Rizzo (6 years, pick 4) – along with Jesus Montero, this can be considered too high of a bid based on who was available after our first three phases, which you will see below – especially with Runs Produced, OBP and SLG as our categories – there are enough other 120+ .350+ .475+ guys.

Jesus Montero (6 years, pick 7) – again, it turned out this was too high based on who else was available, but J. Montero is only 23 this season and should be ready to translate closer to his .308/.366/.501 MiLB line this year. Fences are moving in, better and more developed supporting cast and full time catching responsibilities should all bode well for the better Montero.

Jose Bautista (6 years, pick 8) – it hurt to give him the full 6+ years, but again, a win-now approach and the above over-bid list, makes this solid value.

 

Here is the full list of awarded contracts:

Player

Initial Team

Initial Years

Initial Picks

Contract Years

Contract Picks

Contract Team

Eric Hosmer

Alex

4

6

5

Alex

Joey Votto

Steven

6

6

1

Alex

Jordan Zimmermann

Alex

5

6

8

Alex

Matt Wieters

Will

6

6

6

Alex

Starlin Castro

Alex

6

8th

6

2

Alex

Stephen Strasburg

Ivar

6

12th

6

3

Alex

Albert Pujols

Troy

2

6

4

Brett

Ben Zobrist

Brett

5

5

24

Brett

Billy Butler

Brett

6

6

8

Brett

Cliff Lee

Milo

2

6

5

Brett

Dustin Pedroia

Steven

6

6

3

Brett

Jose Reyes

Tyler

5

23rd

6

2

Brett

Shin Shoo-Choo

Brett

5

6

7

Brett

Troy Tulowitzki

Tyler

5

13th

6

1 & 25

Brett

Anthony Rizzo

Steve

6

6

4

Dan

Buster Posey

Tyler

6

7th

6

5

Dan

Jesus Montero

Will

5

6

7

Dan

Jose Bautista

Paco

3

6

8

Dan

Madison Bumgarner

Steven

6

6

6

Dan

Miguel Cabrera

Brett

6

6

1

Dan

Prince Fielder

Brett

6

6

2

Dan

Bryce Harper

Ivar

7

10th

7

10

Ivar

Yu Darvish

Will

5

6

3

Ivar

Josh Hamilton

Alex

3

6

7

Jesse

Manny Machado

Alex

6

10th

6

3

Jesse

Matt Moore

Alex

5

6

4

Jesse

Ryan Braun

Brett

6

6

1

Jesse

Alex Gordon

Alex

2

6

6

Josh

Craig Kimbrel

Will

6

6

7

Josh

Justin Upton

Tyler

6

18th

7

Josh

Mat Holliday

Will

3

6

8

Josh

Matt Cain

Steven

3

6

5

Josh

Robinson Cano

Josh

6

6

2

Josh

Carlos Gonzalez

Tyler

6

9th

6

2

Kai

Clayton Kershaw

Kai

7

7

Kai

Felix Hernandez

Tyler

6

6

4

Kai

Justin Verlander

Josh

6

6

7

Kai

Michael Bourn

Alex

3

4

24

Kai

Giancarlo Stanton

Tyler

6

6th

7

1

Milo

Matt Kemp

Tyler

5

12th

6

2

Milo

Adam Wainwright

Milo

2

6

7

Paco

Andrew McCutchen

Tyler

6

8th

6

1

Paco

Yoenis Cespedes

Will

7

7

20

Steven

Jacoby Ellsbury

Steve

4

6

4

Tyler

Jason Heyward

Ivar

6

17th

6

2

Tyler

Jay Bruce

Ivar

6

26th

6

3

Tyler

Ryan Zimmerman

Troy

3

6

5

Tyler

Mike Trout

Tyler

9

8

Will

Denzyl

 

4) Going into the 4th phase (standard snake-style), I was sitting pretty. Here’s the first 10 rounds:

1.1

Milo-Yobogoya

Skipped Pick

1.2

Josh-Cameron Shea’s

Skipped Pick

1.3

Steven-The Nashty Boys

Skipped Pick

1.4

Kai-Can of Corn Crew

Skipped Pick

1.5

Will – RotoProfessor

Skipped Pick

1.6

Paco – TBD

Skipped Pick

1.7

Ivar-Planet 10

Skipped Pick

1.8

Alex – Fake Teams

Skipped Pick

1.9

Jesse – Always $ in the Banana Stand

Skipped Pick

1.10

Tyler-Spirit of St. Louis

Longoria, Evan 3B TB

1.11

Dan-UnderWaterBasketWeavers

Skipped Pick

1.12

Brett-FantasyBaseballVision

Skipped Pick

2.1

Brett-FantasyBaseballVision

Skipped Pick

2.2

Dan-UnderWaterBasketWeavers

Skipped Pick

2.3

Tyler-Spirit of St. Louis

Skipped Pick

2.4

Jesse – Always $ in the Banana Stand

Profar, Jurickson 2B TEX

2.5

Alex – Fake Teams

Skipped Pick

2.6

Ivar-Planet 10

Skipped Pick

2.7

Paco – TBD

Price, David SP

2.8

Will – RotoProfessor

Skipped Pick

2.9

Kai-Can of Corn Crew

Skipped Pick

2.10

Steven-The Nashty Boys

Kinsler, Ian 2B TEX

2.11

Josh-Cameron Shea’s

Skipped Pick

2.12

Milo-Yobogoya

Skipped Pick

3.1

Milo-Yobogoya

Mauer, Joe C MIN

3.2

Josh-Cameron Shea’s

Jones, Adam CF BAL

3.3

Steven-The Nashty Boys

Gonzalez, Adrian 1B LAD

3.4

Kai-Can of Corn Crew

Andrus, Elvis SS TEX

3.5

Will – RotoProfessor

Beltre, Adrian 3B TEX

3.6

Paco – TBD

Wright, David 3B

3.7

Ivar-Planet 10

Skipped Pick

3.8

Alex – Fake Teams

Skipped Pick

3.9

Jesse – Always $ in the Banana Stand

Skipped Pick

3.10

Tyler-Spirit of St. Louis

Skipped Pick

3.11

Dan-UnderWaterBasketWeavers

Freeman, Freddie 1B ATL

3.12

Brett-FantasyBaseballVision

Skipped Pick

4.1

Brett-FantasyBaseballVision

Skipped Pick

4.2

Dan-UnderWaterBasketWeavers

Skipped Pick

4.3

Tyler-Spirit of St. Louis

Skipped Pick

4.4

Jesse – Always $ in the Banana Stand

Skipped Pick

4.5

Alex – Fake Teams

Hamels, Cole SP PHI

4.6

Ivar-Planet 10

Scherzer, Max SP DET

4.7

Paco – TBD

Goldschmidt, Paul 1B

4.8

Will – RotoProfessor

Desmond, Ian SS WAS

4.9

Kai-Can of Corn Crew

Skipped Pick

4.10

Steven-The Nashty Boys

Santana, Carlos C CLE

4.11

Josh-Cameron Shea’s

Craig, Allen 1B STL

4.12

Milo-Yobogoya

Greinke, Zack SP LAD

5.1

Milo-Yobogoya

Taveras, Oscar CF STL

5.2

Josh-Cameron Shea’s

Skipped Pick

5.3

Steven-The Nashty Boys

Dickey, R.A. SP TOR

5.4

Dan-UnderWaterBasketWeavers

Altuve, Jose 2B HOU

5.5

Will – RotoProfessor

Sale, Chris SP CHW

5.6

Paco – TBD

Gonzalez, Gio SP

5.7

Ivar-Planet 10

Hill, Aaron 2B ARI

5.8

Alex – Fake Teams

Skipped Pick

5.9

Jesse – Always $ in the Banana Stand

Encarnacion, Edwin 1B TOR

5.10

Tyler-Spirit of St. Louis

Skipped Pick

5.11

Dan-UnderWaterBasketWeavers

Skipped Pick

5.12

Brett-FantasyBaseballVision

Skipped Pick

6.1

Brett-FantasyBaseballVision

Rios, Alex CF CHW

6.2

Dan-UnderWaterBasketWeavers

Skipped Pick

6.3

Tyler-Spirit of St. Louis

Medlen, Kris RP ATL

6.4

Jesse – Always $ in the Banana Stand

Kipnis, Jason 2B CLE

6.5

Alex – Fake Teams

Skipped Pick

6.6

Ivar-Planet 10

Granderson, Curtis OF

6.7

Paco – TBD

Ramirez, Hanley 3B LAD

6.8

Will – RotoProfessor

Jennings, Desmond CF TB

6.9

Kai-Can of Corn Crew

Phillips, Brandon 2B CIN

6.10

Steven-The Nashty Boys

Shields, James SP KC

6.11

Josh-Cameron Shea’s

Skipped Pick

6.12

Milo-Yobogoya

Sabathia, CC SP NYY

7.1

Milo-Yobogoya

Fowler, Dexter CF COL

7.2

Josh-Cameron Shea’s

Skipped Pick

7.3

Steven-The Nashty Boys

Rutledge, Josh SS COL

7.4

Kai-Can of Corn Crew

Skipped Pick

7.5

Will – RotoProfessor

Weaver, Jered SP LAA

7.6

Paco – TBD

Skipped Pick

7.7

Ivar-Planet 10

Prado, Martin LF ARI

7.8

Alex – Fake Teams

Upton, B.J. CF ATL

7.9

Jesse – Always $ in the Banana Stand

Skipped Pick

7.10

Tyler-Spirit of St. Louis

Chapman, Aroldis RP CIN

7.11

Dan-UnderWaterBasketWeavers

Skipped Pick

7.12

Brett-FantasyBaseballVision

Skipped Pick

8.1

Brett-FantasyBaseballVision

Skipped Pick

8.2

Dan-UnderWaterBasketWeavers

Skipped Pick

8.3

Tyler-Spirit of St. Louis

Latos, Mat SP CIN

8.4

Jesse – Always $ in the Banana Stand

Davis, Ike 1B NYM

8.5

Alex – Fake Teams

Skipped Pick

8.6

Ivar-Planet 10

Rollins, Jimmy SS PHI

8.7

Paco – TBD

Rosario, Wilin C

8.8

Will – RotoProfessor

Cabrera, Asdrubal SS CLE

8.9

Kai-Can of Corn Crew

Pence, Hunter RF SF

8.10

Steven-The Nashty Boys

Samardzija, Jeff SP CHC

8.11

Josh-Cameron Shea’s

Skipped Pick

8.12

Milo-Yobogoya

Markakis, Nick RF BAL

9.1

Milo-Yobogoya

Belt, Brandon 1B SF

9.2

Josh-Cameron Shea’s

Gallardo, Yovani SP MIL

9.3

Dan-UnderWaterBasketWeavers

Jackson, Austin CF DET

9.4

Kai-Can of Corn Crew

Molina, Yadier C STL

9.5

Will – RotoProfessor

Trumbo, Mark LF LAA

9.6

Paco – TBD

Weeks, Rickie 2B

9.7

Ivar-Planet 10

Papelbon, Jonathan RP PHI

9.8

Alex – Fake Teams

Cruz, Nelson RF TEX

9.9

Jesse – Always $ in the Banana Stand

Cueto, Johnny SP CIN

9.10

Tyler-Spirit of St. Louis

Perez, Salvador C KC

9.11

Dan-UnderWaterBasketWeavers

Kennedy, Ian SP ARI

9.12

Brett-FantasyBaseballVision

Peavy, Jake SP CHW

10.1

Brett-FantasyBaseballVision

Romo, Sergio RP SF

10.2

Dan-UnderWaterBasketWeavers

Harvey, Matt SP NYM

10.3

Tyler-Spirit of St. Louis

Myers, Wil RF TB

10.4

Jesse – Always $ in the Banana Stand

Montero, Miguel C ARI

10.5

Alex – Fake Teams

Lawrie, Brett 3B TOR

10.6

Ivar-Planet 10

Skipped Pick

10.7

Paco – TBD

Middlebrroks, Will 3B

10.8

Will – RotoProfessor

Victorino, Shane CF BOS

10.9

Kai-Can of Corn Crew

Soler, Jorge RF CHC

10.10

Steven-The Nashty Boys

Cabrera, Melky LF TOR

10.11

Josh-Cameron Shea’s

Napoli, Mike C BOS

10.12

Milo-Yobogoya

Ramirez, Aramis 3B MIL

 

And here are the results for my 2012 Under-Water-Basket-Weavers (my favorite college elective):

Miguel Cabrera*

Buster Posey*

Madison Bumgarner*

Prince Fielder*

Anthony Rizzo*

Jesus Montero*

Jose Bautista*

Round 3: Freddie FreemanYou’ll know why here

Round 9: Ian Kennedy – Pitching (because of the IP minimum) got relatively scarce quick

Round 10: Matt Harvey – Maybe a bit early, but great MLB performance last year, solid spring and this is a dynasty league…And it’s been too long since I owned a NY Met

Round 11: Julio Teheran – Honestly, I do not get tied up in spring stats, but here’s a top 5 prospect going into 2012, a top 10 prospect going into 2011. They reverted his mechanics and his awesome spring is only fueling the fire

Round 12: Lorenzo Cain – Little more valuable in 5×5 leagues (20-20 potential), but there is a possibility he displaces Alcides Escobar for the #2 spot jumping his plate appearances, which would jump his value in our league

Round 13: Paul Konerko – Pauly consistently falls too far in drafts – especially in this one where his OBP & SLG would incur lots of value. I later traded Pauly + Gyorko for Jose Altuve (PA & SB-CS) and Oswaldo Arcia/MIN.

Round 14: Anthony Rendon/WAS – A Sundry of other minor leaguers, including Xander Bogaerts, Yasiel Puig, Christian Yelich and Javier Baez in the previous round started getting plucked off the board. I didn’t take one to this point, but decided it was time. Going into the draft, I decided I would only draft MiLB guys that could help me sooner than later until much deeper into the draft when this was no longer an option. If you want to know how I feel about Anthony Rendon, then all you have to do is read my ballsy forecast for 2013.

Round 15: Erick Aybar – Sandwiched between Runs Produced monsters and should incur significant Plate Appearances if he can keep the #2 spot

Round 16: Mike Minor – I didn’t love his BB/9 for this league, but needed a SP. I was hoping Trevor Cahill lasted another round, but Milo took him with the first pick next round

Round 17: Ichiro Suzuki – Taking what looks like a different approach with the short porch in right, I believe Ichiro will provide enough value in SLG and as long as he stays healthy, he should rack up the plate appearances (annoyed he was batting 7th opening day)

Round 18: Nick Castellanos/DET – As I mentioned with Rendon above, my win-now approach had me focusing on MiLB guys that could contribute as soon as ’13. Castellanos isn’t a lock to be with the Tigers relatively earlier on this year with an already potent Detroit lineup, but their LF options are no locks and Castellanos has the talent to contribute as soon as ’13.

Round 19: Andrew Cashner – This pick came with the hope of having him be San Diego’s #5 starter which isn’t the case to date, but his GB% and K/9 should get him there in the near future. I like him and Robbie Erlin to both be in the Padres’ rotation later this year.

Round 20: Jackie Bradley/BOS – With win-now in mind and talks (now confirmation) of Bradley making the opening day lineup, I was happy with this draft position. He should see lots of playing time with Ortiz currently out. Ellsbury is no lock to stay healthy and Gomes is better off as the DH. All these lead to Bradley continuing to see time in Boston’s outfield. Walked 3 times in debut. Solid BB% trend throughout MiLB career. More of 10-20 type but should be an overall asset in 5×5 leagues as a typical lead-off man in a consistently potent lineup with solid park factors.

Round 21: Alcides Escobar – I don’t love him in our OBP-SLG league, but if he keeps his #2 spot, he should rack up plate appearances and stolen bases for me while providing sufficient runs produced sandwiched between Gordon and Butler.

Round 22: Dillon Gee – On many sleeper lists. Solid enough K/9 & BB/9 to be an asset in this league especially with other SP that were flying off the board at this point (Griffin, Porcello, Billingsley, Milone, Hanson, Beckett, E. Jackson, Ogando, and Marcum within 20 picks). Great GB/FB trend (1.43>1.70) should keep HR/9 at 1.05 or better.

Round 23: Lance Berkman – Here is that other corner infielder I referenced above under Rizzo (all the way in the 23rd round): 120+ runs produced (with enough playing time of course) .350+ (more like .385) OBP and .475+ OPS.

Round 24: Hisashi Iwakuma – Again, SP were flying off the board (Buchholz, Masterson, Miley, McCarthy and Hudson around Iwakuma). Again, similar to Gee, I went with the peripherals for this league: an elite 1.91 GB/FB ratio and for this point in the draft, a solid enough K/BB ratio. HR/9 is the only concern here, but I should have enough RP to moot that.

Round 25: Ryan Ludwick – Per Derek Ambrosino, Here’s one of the latest ADP 25+ HR/950+ RBI guys you can find in your drafts. Solid enough RP/OBP/SLG asset at this point. Great supporting cast.

Round 26: Peter Bourjos – I thought about adding Bourjos to my Ballsy Forecast – along the lines of providing 75% of the value that Trout will, but in 2011 at 24, he came in at #292 in average fly ball and HR distance according to Jeff Zimmerman’s Baseball Heatmaps Leaderboard, and he really doesn’t have the discipline or the balls in play data to support this claim. He’s really Drew Stubbs with less power, less speed and a slightly better average. I’m not sure why I went with him here. I guess to have the #2 guy in the Angels’ lineup whether it’s Aybar or Bourjos.

Round 27: David Robertson – At this point, I didn’t like enough starters and thought I could reach my innings minimum by drafting solid peripheral relievers. I was actually eyeing Sean Marshall and David Robertson back to back here, but Marshall went 8 picks earlier.

Round 28: Taylor Guerrieri/TAM – Guerrieri made Fake Team’s Top 25 SP. In short, he had an elite K/B ratio and a sick GB% in his professional debut with a video-game like 2-seemer that shoots downward. If this translates even remotely to the Bigs, he’ll be a great asset for this league from a K/9, BB/9 and HR/9 perspective. With many of the top SP prospects off the board and Jake Odorizzi, Chris Archer, Dan Straily, Casey Kelly, Nate Eovaldi, and Brad Peacock gone up to 2 rounds later, I was happy with my first pick that went against my win-now approach.

Round 29: David Dahl/COLAll I have to say/reference about my next 2 picks (again against my win-now approach but I couldn’t resist). Brian Buxton/MIN went 6 rounds earlier. I was and should remain very excited about these two picks. Ranked #6 after Buxton in Fake Team’s Top 15 OF Prospect Rankings.

Round 30: Brian Goodwin/WAS – See Dahl above. Ranked 10th in Fake Team’s Top 15 OF Prospect Rankings after Oswaldo Arcia/MIN (who I acquired with Austin Jackson for Anthony Rizzo), Rymer Liriano/SAD (see below)  and prior to Gregory Polanco/PIT (see below)!

Round 31: Addison Reed – RP with solid enough peripherals

Round 32: Aaron Sanchez/TOR – By far the best SP prospect left and #15 on Fake Team’s Top 25 Consensus SP Prospect Rankings. As a Mets fan, I was hoping it would be him when I heard the Blue Jays and Mets were talking Dickey (estimated ETA ’15 could jump to ’14).

Round 33: Rymer Liriano/SAD – Ranked 9/15 (Fake Team’s Top 15 OF Prospect Rankings )

Round 34: Clayton Blackburn/SFO – 50/50 (Fakes Team’s SP Prospects 26-50). If Lincecum doesn’t rebound we can see Blackburn in ’13. SFO park factors and Blackburn’s GB% should make Blackburn a staple.

Round 35: Robbie Erlin/SAD – 42/50 (Fakes Team’s SP Prospects 26-50) – As soon as ’14 (maybe late ’13), his peripherals should play well in San Diego.

Round 36: Gregory Polanco/PIT – Ranked 12/15 (Fake Team’s Top 15 OF Prospect Rankings )

Round 37: Sean Doolittle – Along with Robertson, Reed and Parnell I’m shaping up the rest of my K/9, BB/9, HR/9 and (K-BB)/PA.

Round 38: Colby Lewis

Round 39: Justin Smoak

Round 40: Bobby Parnell

Round 41: Kyle Crick/SFO – 43/50 (Fakes Team’s SP Prospects 26-50) – #1 Giants prospect on almost any list. Short-term BB/9 the only concern. Again SFO, K/9 should make him a long-term staple.

Round 42: Darin Ruff/PHL – meh.

For the full draft results or analysis of your draft results, send us a request!

 

3 comments on “Rotobanter’s Dynasty League

  1. Brett on said:

    I was pleased to be selected for this unique inaugural league. With the many distinctive stats we use I was thrilled to have a couple of weeks to crunch a whole new set of stats and try to find hidden gems in both hitting and pitching. Though I dug my heals in and was antagonistic with some of the interpretations of the rules/guidelines I truly am delighted to be a part of this league for the long haul. Great job Dan & Milo with the organization and implementation on your parts. I have just one question…who is getting 2nd place?

  2. Dan SchwartzDan Schwartz on said:

    Nice. Post your team up.

  3. Dan SchwartzDan Schwartz on said:

    Blanton is a hidden gem for our league. Cliff Lee is a monster K/BB monster.You should rack up the PA w/ this group:
    J. Reyes MI
    N. Aoki LF
    A. Rios CF
    S. Choo RF
    A. Pagan OF

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