The Owner's Choice Baseball League Season 2

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Welcome to the Owner's Choice Baseball League.
When you join, choose your franchise. Only teams between 1960 and 2021 are eligible for import. You get two seasons. First is any year of your choice, then, take another year with a winning percentage of .550 or less. . You may change your seasons or take a different franchise at the beginning of each season. Please take time to review the the rules. If you have questions, please ask. Post your choices in the league chat.


Zobrist unloads, Rays still lose

Ben Zobrist blasted 2 homers, but it wasn't enough to lift the Rays over the Blue Jays. Toronto won by a score of 7-3. | Box

Big game for Seager lifts Dodgers to victory

Corey Seager drove in 4 runs, carrying Los Angleles to a 8-0 victory over the Cardinals. Clayton Kershaw struckout 9 St Louis batters in the contest. | Box

Scherzer whiffs 12 in 6-1 win

Max Scherzer struckout 12 New York batters in a 6-1 win for the Expos. | Box

Lincecum's 8-K performance not enough

Tim Lincecum whiffed 8 batters, but the Mets managed to beat the Giants, 3-1. | Box

Verlander makes history, tosses no-hitter

Verlander made history for the Colt .45's last night, tossing a no-hitter against the Athletics. Houston won by a score of 1-0. | Box


WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

C. Seager, Dodgers .3685 HR10 RBI
M. McGwire, Cardinals .3683 HR5 RBI
M. Piazza, Dodgers .1902 HR6 RBI
E. Longoria, Rays .3682 HR4 RBI
A. Dawson, Expos .3042 HR4 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

S. Sax, Dodgers 4 for 22 (.182)
C. Crawford, Rays 2 for 19 (.105)
D. Mincher, Athletics 2 for 19 (.105)
J. Altuve, Colt .45's 3 for 19 (.158)
W. Mays, Giants 6 for 23 (.261)

Leaders: SLG

G. Sanchez, Yankees .711
M. McGwire, Cardinals .690
A. Pujols, Cardinals .647
T. Turner, Expos .601
C. Bellinger, Dodgers .579

Leaders: H/9

D. Wilson, Colt .45's 6.0
M. Scherzer, Expos 6.4
T. Glasnow, Rays 6.5
T. Lincecum, Giants 6.6
P. Martinez, Expos 6.8

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Latest Public Board Post
1/20/2022 Secondary positionncook44
Good question.

If a primary position is IF, the player can play 1B, 2B, SS, 3B for the shown dWar and fielding percentage with no penalty to either. A secondary position of IF means the player can play 1B, 2B, SS, 3B while keeping the same dWar but .05 fielding drop.

If a primary position is UT, the player can play ANY position for the shown dWar and fielding percentage with no penalty to either. A secondary position of UT means the player can play UT while keeping the same dWar but .05 fielding drop.

In your example, all three of those players could play SS for their shown dWar and .05 fielding percentage drop. The sim would only look at those two things, and would treat them no differently other than the different dWar and fielding percentage values.

IF and UT at a secondary position can be very valuable defensive replacements/bench players as they can cover you at many positions. Getting good players with these as primary positions gives you flexibility with team building, but that happens mostly in custom leagues in my experience.

If a player plays out of position entirely, they get a dWar penalty and "will commit a lot of errors." I am not sure what those exact numbers are, but I think dWar drops to 0 unless it was negative, then it stays negative and the fielding percentage takes a big hit.
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