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Offseason Schedule

6/28 - Resigns due - 5pm est
6/28 - retirements - 9pm est
6/28 - Progressions- 10pm est
6/29 - FA Live Bidding starts - 5PM est
7/02 - FA live bidding ends - 9pm est
7/03-7/06 - Draft time TBD!!
7/07 - FA opens - 9am est
7/09 - Spring Training - 12pm Est
7/13 - Opening Day - 12pm est

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Big game for Giles lifts Indians to victory

Brian Giles drove in 4 runs, carrying Cleveland to a 6-1 victory over the Royals. Jeff Juden struckout 9 Kansas City batters in the contest. | Box

Moyer blanks Detroit with 14-0 shutout

Detroit is hoping not to see Jamie Moyer again for a long while. Moyer went the distance, leading Seattle to a 14-0 victory. Seattle's Rob Ducey had 5 RBIs. Alex Rodriguez recorded 4 hits. Jeff Reed recorded 4 hits. Ken Griffey recorded 4 hits. | Box

Giants find a way to survive Tomko

Hits were hard to come by against Brett Tomko last night, but the Giants pushed across enough to defeat the Reds, 6-2. Tomko allowed just 3 hits over 8 innings in the loss. | Box

Thomas sparks 9-5 win for Braves

Frank Thomas's hot bat helped the Braves to a 9-5 win over the Dodgers. Thomas collected 4 hits in the game. | Box

Redsoxs fall to Twins despite Martinez's efforts

Pedro Martinez whiffed 11 batters, but the Twins managed to beat the Redsoxs, 3-2. | Box


WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

R. Lankford, Cardinals .4803 HR13 RBI
B. Giles, Indians .3534 HR13 RBI
S. Casey, Rangers .4502 HR13 RBI
J. Samuel, Blue Jays .4503 HR10 RBI
J. Burnitz, Redsoxs .4503 HR9 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

K. Orie, Giants 1 for 23 (.043)
F. McGriff, Astros 1 for 19 (.053)
R. Aurilia, Giants 1 for 19 (.053)
M. Johnson, Royals 3 for 23 (.130)
C. Ripken, Mets 3 for 20 (.150)

Leaders: HR

M. Stairs, Athletics 9
K. Griffey, Mariners 8
F. Thomas, Braves 8
M. McGwire, Giants 8
R. Aurilia, Giants 8

Leaders: SO

A. Benes, Cardinals 49
P. Martinez, Redsoxs 42
C. Schilling, Redsoxs 41
R. Johnson, Yankees 39
W. Alvarez, Athletics 34

Past Champions

1997 - Cardinals beat Indians - (chubbach24)

Traded draft picks

1999

BOS 1st to MON (Predro)
DET 1st to COL (Walker)
CLE 1st to TOR (Clemens)

SFG 2nd to OAK (McGwire)
DET 2nd to COL (Walker)
BOS 2nd to MIL (McDonald)
NYM 2nd to HOU (Biggio)
ATL 2nd to SD (Gwynn)

CIN 3rd to OAK (Stairs)
DET 3rd to COL (Walker)
ATL 3rd to SD (Gwynn)
SFG 3rd to TOR (Carpenter)

2000

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7/15/2019 Player Dropped
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Latest Public Board Post
7/15/2019 Rank adjustmentWorcWarr
This is an Auto League comment:
I think the new Rank Adjustment has also increased some of the salaries (but I'm not exactly sure of this).
When the salaries got readjusted a while ago, it seemed the overall increase of salaries increased 1.33 from where they were. The old budget was $40. The new budget is $50. I still believe the new budget should be $52 or $53. As always, thanks Guy for all you do.
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