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Auto League 515 All-Time Greats
Jets
wileydog97
Reds
bcarnes
DYNASTY
thunderstruck
Crawford
rajah7
Non Contenders
Mrploppie
Robbers
ThunderCockston
Corsairs
chezzie
Nittany Lions
gizmosams
Bomber
jasongrasso32
Rebels
Borg3127
Stars
alexander09
Spitballs
englishbull

Bomber can't contain McCovey, fall 18-1

Willie McCovey was on his game, knocking in 3 runs in New Cumberland's 18-1 victory over the Bomber. McCovey also had 3 hits in the game. Dick Allen of the Non Contenders had 5 hits in the game. New Cumberland's Stan Musial had 4 RBIs. Mordecai Brown was on fire, allowing just 3 hits over 9 innings for New Cumberland. | Box

Boggs delivers in clutch, DYNASTY win

Wade Boggs drove in 5 runs, carrying San Diego to a 10-7 victory over the Rebels. Claude Hendrix struckout 9 RossCarrock batters in the contest. | Box

Bottomley outburst not enough to carry Corsairs

Jim Bottomley blasted 2 homers, but it wasn't enough to lift the Corsairs over the Crawford. Pittsburgh won by a score of 7-4. | Box

Sisler sparks 6-2 win for Jets

George Sisler's hot bat helped the Jets to a 6-2 win over the Stars. Sisler collected 4 hits in the game. | Box

Big game for Robinson lifts Non Contenders to victory

Jackie Robinson drove in 4 runs, carrying New Cumberland to a 9-6 victory over the Bomber. | Box

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

W. Boggs, DYNASTY .3683 HR11 RBI
L. Gehrig, Crawford .5243 HR9 RBI
J. Robinson, Non Contende.. .4553 HR8 RBI
H. Wilson, Non Contenders .4173 HR7 RBI
A. Vaughan, Reds .3182 HR9 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

M. Vaughn, Bomber 3 for 21 (.143)
A. Rosen, Corsairs 1 for 20 (.050)
T. Gwynn, Crawford 6 for 23 (.261)
C. Jones, Nittany Lions 2 for 19 (.105)
M. Piazza, Reds 4 for 20 (.200)

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

W. Boggs, DYNASTY .3683 HR11 RBI
L. Gehrig, Crawford .5243 HR9 RBI
J. Robinson, Non Contende.. .4553 HR8 RBI
H. Wilson, Non Contenders .4173 HR7 RBI
A. Vaughan, Reds .3182 HR9 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

M. Vaughn, Bomber 3 for 21 (.143)
A. Rosen, Corsairs 1 for 20 (.050)
T. Gwynn, Crawford 6 for 23 (.261)
C. Jones, Nittany Lions 2 for 19 (.105)
M. Piazza, Reds 4 for 20 (.200)

Welcome to the Auto League

Auto Leagues are seasons that last about two months, with 2 or 3 sims per day. Since this league is run with essentially no commissioner, there is a trade limit and a supplemental draft after Game 3 (more info below). Please be reasonable with your transactions, and report any bad owners using the feedback form.

League Status: Season underway.
Owners Joined: 12 of 12
League Status:
Season underway.

Owners Joined:
12 of 12


You can draft your team as soon as you sign up! You will select one player from each positional group until you have 23 players. (The Draft link appears on the league homepage and your team page when you are signed in.)

The draft only represents a random subset of players available. Once the season begins, you can adjust your roster via free agency or trades. (You can carry up to 25 players on your major league roster.)

This is a Keeper League, which means you have $40 million to spend on keepers for next season. You must sign at least one player to a contract before the season ends, or you'll automatically be removed from the league after the World Series. Players under contract remain on their teams, all other players return to free agency for the next Auto Draft.

Supplemental Draft
Once the season begins, you can start ranking players for the supplemental draft, which takes place after Game 3. Please be sure to read the League Rules for further details!

When do games start?
After all teams have an owner and have drafted, the games will begin. You will get an email after the first game notifying you that the league has started. Free agency will open after the Supplemental Draft runs on Day 4.

What time are games played?
Barring any issues with the servers, games are auto-simmed 2 or 3 times a day, starting as early as 1:00am and ending as late as 11:00pm Pacific Time. Users can sim games from the My League List page every eight hours. This allows the league to keep moving if the server has issues or the participants in the league want to move the season along slightly faster than the auto sims allow. There will always be at least eight hours between games so managers can react if desired.

Can I customize my team?
Yes! You can change your team name, logo, and more via the "Owner Console" on your "My Team" page before the season begins and up until the 5th game of the season.

World Series and post-season
Division winners and one wild card reach the post-season. Owners can leave the league once their team is elimnated, or wait until the playoffs are over and re-draft the next season.

For more info, be sure to read the League Rules.

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Latest Public Board Post
1/27/2015 Patriots' LOB!Dwayne323
Kraft is talking tough but I'd say that's just a legal strategy.

The NFL doesn't have to have video of a person deflating footballs. It doesn't have that (extremely high, above criminal law) burden of proof.

11 of the 12 Pats balls were deinflated. 0 of the Colts balks were deinflated. A Pats locker room attendant took the balls into a bathroom, off camera, after they had been tested. A reasonable person can easily conclude that this is when the deinflation happened.

If the Pats want their defense to be based on science they have to make that case ... Just like if the Saints had wished to defend themselves by saying that the audio recordings of the coordinator were not legitimate.

The NFL didn't have to prove to the 100% degree (or with video) that the Saints had a bounty program. They went with preponderance of the evidence plus reasonable doubt, and on top of that they issued a severe punishment against a head coach who they admitted they couldn't prove knew about the program.

With the Pats, I see no evidence to conflict with the logical assumption that the balls were manually de inflated, especially with video evidence showing where this might have happened and by whom.

The science I've seen so far is inconclusive, and if that were to be the defense's main argument the science would then have to address a) why the Colts balls didn't deinflate, b) why the balls were taken into a private bathroom, and c) why does the way the Pats treat the balls cause this level of deinflation? There's no rule against c, of course, but the Pats really would need to show that their treatment of the balls' exteriors is what made the deinflation difference between their balls and the Colts.
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