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Auto League 560 Best of 2006
Let It Go
Aqua Jays
Blue Jays
Black Diamonds

Big game for Inge lifts Aqua Jays to victory

Brandon Inge drove in 4 runs, carrying Chicago to a 10-3 victory over the Navigators. Carlos Guillen recorded 4 hits. | Box

Big game for Thome lifts Wildcats to victory

Jim Thome drove in 4 runs, carrying Kentucky to a 4-3 victory over the Wolves. | Box

Wells outburst not enough to carry Hill-toppers

Vernon Wells blasted 2 homers, but it wasn't enough to lift the Hill-toppers over the Bisons. Buffalo won by a score of 10-9. David Ortiz had a big game as well, knocking in 3 runs for Buffalo while recording 3 hits. A.J. Pierzynski recorded 4 hits. | Box

Peavy whiffs 9 in 4-1 win

Jake Peavy struckout 9 NEPA batters in a 4-1 win for the Blue Jays. | Box

Red-hot Kinsler can't overcome Vikings onslaught

A 4-RBI game from Ian Kinsler couldn't lift the Power to victory. Valhalla prevailed by a score of 8-6. | Box

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

J. Thome, Wildcats .3044 HR10 RBI
J. Reyes, Bisons .3933 HR8 RBI
B. Inge, Aqua Jays .5263 HR7 RBI
R. Howard, Let It Go .3334 HR7 RBI
C. Jones, Wildcats .4093 HR7 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

A. Gonzalez, Wildcats 4 for 24 (.167)
C. Beltran, Power 2 for 20 (.100)
D. Roberts, Navigators 2 for 20 (.100)
C. Crawford, Power 4 for 21 (.190)
R. Cano, Let It Go 4 for 21 (.190)

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

J. Thome, Wildcats .3044 HR10 RBI
J. Reyes, Bisons .3933 HR8 RBI
B. Inge, Aqua Jays .5263 HR7 RBI
R. Howard, Let It Go .3334 HR7 RBI
C. Jones, Wildcats .4093 HR7 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

A. Gonzalez, Wildcats 4 for 24 (.167)
C. Beltran, Power 2 for 20 (.100)
D. Roberts, Navigators 2 for 20 (.100)
C. Crawford, Power 4 for 21 (.190)
R. Cano, Let It Go 4 for 21 (.190)

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 Results
10/31/2014Power @ VikingsWatch  Box
10/31/2014Bros @ Let It GoWatch  Box
10/31/2014Navigators @ Aqua JaysWatch  Box
10/31/2014Wildcats @ WolvesWatch  Box
10/31/2014Hill-toppers @ BisonsWatch  Box
10/31/2014Blue Jays @ Black DiamondsWatch  Box
Previous Games
10/30/2014Power @ VikingsWatch  Box
10/30/2014Bros @ Let It GoWatch  Box
10/30/2014Navigators @ Aqua JaysWatch  Box
10/30/2014Wildcats @ WolvesWatch  Box
10/30/2014Hill-toppers @ BisonsWatch  Box
10/30/2014Blue Jays @ Black DiamondsWatch  Box

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10/14/2014All-Star Selectionsgbacci
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Latest Transactions
10/15/2014 Player Signed
Adam Dunn picked up by Pittsburgh Power
10/15/2014 Player Dropped
Jamie Walker dropped by Pittsburgh Power
10/13/2014 Player Signed
Chad Bradford picked up by Virginia Beach Bros
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Latest Public Board Post
10/31/2014 Joe Maddoncubsfan
That is interesting. I'm sure players do like playing for him. Players do typically enjoy managers who don't set any rules.

I still haven't seen a good reason to fire Renteria other than "because Maddon is out there".

I remember listening to a Braves-Cubs game earlier in the year and Chip Caray and Joe Simpson were doing the broadcast(I'm in that viewing area so I have to listen to them when games not on WGN). They were discussing why they thought the Cubs have been so bad historically and Chip Caray made an interesting statement:

He said something to the effect "The Cubs haven't been bad because they have no talent, they've been bad because they never stick to a plan so they don't see the full potential of what they've got. Every time they set themselves up with a good base, instead of giving it time to grow, they always jump at something because of the "win now" appeal". I actually kind of agreed with that and I see it happening again here. The Cubs set themselves up with a great farm system, young players coupled with a young manager who seem to work very well together, and enough money to be able to fill the weaknesses with free agents. It all seems set up perfectly. Now Maddon becomes available and they're gonna dump Renteria ruining the chemistry of what they had set up. All because of this notion that Maddon's gonna wave a magic want and take them to the World Series.

I don't see the logic behind wanting Maddon because the "players love him" when you already have a manager the players love. Renteria does all the shifting and "genius moves" Maddon does. Renteria has show glimmers of creating a very good Cubs team and he's done it all without the bean-ball wars and crazy stuff Maddon does. Why bail on him after a year in which he has proven(IMO) he can be the one to take the Cubs where they want to go? Seems like we're chasing a bird in the bush while we have a very similar one in our hands.
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