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This is a historical stats league. The league will begin using teams’ rosters from the 1920 MLB season. Because roster numbers are tight, we will cut the bottom team from each league (making leagues of 7 rather than 8). The players from the cut teams will be available in an initial draft, which will go worst to first based on team strength, thus also allowing us to balance out the initial roster strength. Most importantly, this will help ensure we have enough players on each team, and especially the PC minimum 9 pitchers, which some teams could not meet with their actual rosters. This is, however, bad new for the fine city of Philadelphia as the Phillies and Athletics were the basement dwellers in 1920, so we will have no teams from Philly in the league. In future seasons, any new players who joined the majors and meet the league stat minimums will be imported to the FA pool for a rookie draft during the offseason. This “alternative reality” should help ensure a competitive league and allow owners to build their teams strategically.

All of the details can be found in the rules.

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West in the zone for victorious Browns

Sam West's hot bat helped the Browns to a 8-3 win over the Giants. West collected 4 hits in the game. | Box

Hubbell blanks St. Louis with 5-0 shutout

St. Louis is hoping not to see Carl Hubbell again for a long while. Hubbell went the distance, leading New York to a 5-0 victory. | Box

Big game for Terry lifts Giants to victory

Bill Terry drove in 4 runs, carrying New York to a 11-6 victory over the Browns. | Box

Koenig in the zone for victorious Browns

Mark Koenig's hot bat helped the Browns to a 6-1 win over the Giants. Koenig collected 4 hits in the game. | Box

Hoag shines, Giants still lose to St. Louis

Myril Hoag collected 4 hits last night, but it wasn't enough for the Giants. The Browns won the contest, 4-3. | Box

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

S. West, Browns .4740 HR6 RBI
B. Terry, Giants .3331 HR5 RBI
S. Byrd, Browns .4210 HR4 RBI
G. Myatt, Giants .2780 HR5 RBI
M. Koenig, Browns .4210 HR3 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

D. Garms, Browns 2 for 19 (.105)
R. Ferrell, Browns 7 for 25 (.280)
F. Frisch, Giants 6 for 23 (.261)
A. Comorosky, Browns 2 for 18 (.111)
T. Jackson, Giants 6 for 20 (.300)

Leaders: SLG

M. Ott, Giants .658
J. Foxx, Cubs .657
C. Klein, Braves .638
B. Ruth, Yankees .589
B. Terry, Giants .572

Leaders: H/9

S. Swetonic, Dodgers 7.5
B. Swift, Cubs 8.2
B. Brown, Pirates 8.3
J. Allen, Yankees 8.4
O. Hildebrand, Tigers 8.4

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I have an abundance of OFers and need a 2B or 3B....
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11/15/2021 Player Claimed
Bill Norman claimed on waivers by St. Louis Cardinals
11/10/2021 Player Claimed
Ray Pepper claimed on waivers by Brooklyn Dodgers
11/10/2021 Player Dropped
Gordon McNaughton dropped by Brooklyn Dodgers
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12/6/2021 Home/Away Line upsKingdude
the Stolen Base topic is always an interesting one, thanks for the comment and insight. However, I'd like to RE-HIJACK THE THREAD BACK to the original topic of Home/Road lineups.

It's a great Idea and I'd love to see it implemented as well. We spend so much time drafting/crafting/building teams for a park we play 81 home games in... would be awesome to make a lineup to enhance your ability to win there, while also making a different one in a park that may not suit you as much.

I have 0 control of what hand pitcher my opponent starts against me, but if you made this change I could attempt to have a lineup intended to fit that park, at least as best I can.
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