Top 20 MLB teams of 2018

Welcome to the top 20 teams of the 2018 MLB season

This league will have the top 20 teams of the 2018 MLB season. The 10 bottom feeders that didn't make the cut will stock the free agent pool with bench warmers and back of the rotation pitchers.This league will have Classic progression,trades,FA bidding and a 3 round rookie draft to improve your team year after year.Simple,but fun league,great for veterans and newbies alike......This league is still being set up,should be ready in a few days.

40 man rosters.....No dwar or rank

All low AB/IP players have been doubled or edited.

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Big game for Gonzalez lifts Astros to victory

Marwin Gonzalez drove in 4 runs, carrying Houston to a 8-6 victory over the Braves. | Box

Yelich blasts off, leads Brewers to win

Christian Yelich blasted 3 homers, lifting the Brewers to a 11-9 win over Oakland. Mark Canha knocked home 4 runs for the A's. Nick Martini recorded 4 hits. | Box

Span delivers in clutch, Mariners win

Denard Span drove in 4 runs, carrying Seattle to a 5-0 victory over the Red Sox. Eduardo Rodriguez struckout 9 Seattle batters in the contest. Wade LeBlanc was on fire, allowing just 2 hits over 7 innings for Seattle. | Box

Dozier delivers in clutch, Twins win

Brian Dozier drove in 4 runs, carrying Minnesota to a 10-7 victory over the Indians. Jake Cave of the Twins had 4 hits in the game. Francisco Lindor recorded 4 hits. | Box

Bird delivers in clutch, Yankees win

Gregory Bird drove in 4 runs, carrying New York to a 13-3 victory over the Blue Jays. | Box

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

C. Yelich, Brewers .4803 HR11 RBI
J. Pederson, Dodgers .3183 HR9 RBI
C. Pinder, A's .3334 HR7 RBI
A. Rizzo, Cubs .7002 HR6 RBI
F. Lindor, Indians .5243 HR5 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

M. Garver, Twins 1 for 22 (.045)
R. Laureano, A's 4 for 24 (.167)
P. Alvarez, Mariners 4 for 24 (.167)
T. Turner, Nationals 4 for 24 (.167)
B. Phillips, Red Sox 2 for 21 (.095)

Leaders: OPS

M. Muncy, Dodgers 1.150
A. Judge, Yankees 1.114
M. Trout, Angels 1.078
R. McGuire, Blue Jays 1.069
M. Carpenter, Cardinals 1.047

Leaders: SO/9

J. Verlander, Phillies 12.7
J. Berrios, Twins 12.4
G. Cole, Astros 12.3
M. Scherzer, Nationals 12.2
B. Snell, Rays 12.2
Latest Results
1/17/2019Astros @ BravesWatch  Box
1/17/2019A's @ BrewersWatch  Box
1/17/2019Mariners @ Red SoxWatch  Box
1/17/2019Indians @ TwinsWatch  Box
1/17/2019Phillies @ DiamondbacksWatch  Box
1/17/2019Blue Jays @ YankeesWatch  Box
1/17/2019Rockies @ CardinalsWatch  Box
1/17/2019Nationals @ DodgersWatch  Box
1/17/2019Rays @ AngelsWatch  Box
1/17/2019Pirates @ CubsWatch  Box

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Latest Transactions
1/17/2019 Player Signed
Breyvic Valera picked up by Oakland A's
1/16/2019 Trade
Dylan Floro to Chicago Cubs
Daniel Murphy to Los Angeles Dodgers
12/19/2018 Trade
Justin Verlander to Philadelphia Phillies
Aaron Nola to Houston Astros
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Latest Public Board Post
1/17/2019 85 innings and under franchise leagj-underground
Perhaps if you could explain this more clearly. I've played in fave teams leagues many times, but I don't understand what you mean by importing the same team and how suddenly a relief pitcher gets listed as a starter.
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