Auto League 555 1970-Present

Thomas sparks 7-4 win for Mad Cows

Frank Thomas's hot bat helped the Mad Cows to a 7-4 win over the Bombers. Thomas collected 4 hits in the game. Corey Kluber struckout 8 Blue Grass batters in the contest. | Box

Rebels ride Tanana to victory over Navigators

Frank Tanana was brilliant last night, allowing just 2 hits over 8 innings, leading the Rebels to a 3-1 win over the Navigators. | Box

Helton sparks 3-2 win for Volcanos

Todd Helton's hot bat helped the Volcanos to a 3-2 win over the Steel. Helton collected 4 hits in the game. | Box

Scherzer's 9-K performance not enough

Max Scherzer whiffed 9 batters, but the Rain managed to beat the Pumas, 8-3. | Box

Bombers fail to follow Morneau's lead in loss

A big game from Justin Morneau couldn't lift the Bombers to victory. Clinton prevailed by a score of 6-4, despite 3 hits and 3 RBIs by Morneau. | Box

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

M. Ramirez, Volcanos .4296 HR9 RBI
A. Pujols, Rebels .4764 HR8 RBI
J. Abreu, Rebels .4293 HR6 RBI
W. Boggs, Mad Cows .3642 HR6 RBI
N. Garciaparra, Rebels .3333 HR5 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

J. Kent, Volcanos 3 for 24 (.125)
H. Aaron, Navigators 2 for 20 (.100)
S. Sosa, DMV Destroyers 3 for 21 (.143)
I. Suzuki, Rebels 6 for 23 (.261)
B. Larkin, Volcanos 5 for 21 (.238)

Leaders: HR

B. Bonds, Bombers 34
J. Thome, Bombers 31
M. Ramirez, Volcanos 21
J. Bagwell, Colt 45 21
M. McGwire, DMV Destroyers 20

Leaders: SO

M. Scherzer, Pumas 112
J. Arrieta, Steel 108
P. Martinez, Rebels 107
C. Kluber, Mad Cows 104
J. deGrom, Navigators 104

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. Please be reasonable with your transactions, and report any bad owners using the feedback form.

League Status:
Season underway.

Draft Type:
Quick Draft

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.)

Supplemental Draft
Once the season begins, you can start ranking players for the supplemental draft, which takes place after Game 3. Free agency will open after the Supplemental Draft runs on Day 4. Please be sure to read the League Rules for further details!

This is a Keeper League, which means you have $50 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 Quick Draft.

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.

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.

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Latest Results
3/22/2019Bombers @ Mad CowsWatch  Box
3/22/2019Rebels @ NavigatorsWatch  Box
3/22/2019Steel @ VolcanosWatch  Box
3/22/2019LumberKings @ Colt 45Watch  Box
3/22/2019Rain @ PumasWatch  Box
3/22/2019Pirates @ DMV DestroyersWatch  Box
Previous Games
3/22/2019Bombers @ LumberKingsWatch  Box
3/22/2019Pumas @ RebelsWatch  Box
3/22/2019DMV Destroyers @ Navigator..Watch  Box
3/22/2019Volcanos @ PiratesWatch  Box
3/22/2019Mad Cows @ RainWatch  Box
3/22/2019Colt 45 @ SteelWatch  Box

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Latest Transactions
3/22/2019 Player Signed
Joe Nathan picked up by East Coast DMV Destroyers
3/22/2019 Player Dropped
Brad Lidge dropped by East Coast DMV Destroyers
3/22/2019 Player Signed
Dick Allen picked up by Roanoke Rebels
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Latest Public Board Post
3/22/2019 Triples -- More about home ballebee1
Looking for a better solution than SB/AB to indicate SP rating. See above. SB/AB is an awkward stat that does not take into account walks and HBP. SB/TOB (times on base) is a better solution. SB/SBOp (stolen base opp) is even better.

3B/AB could be incorporated in the formula (and I'm sure already is to a certain extent).

Currently, it is only SB/AB and 3B/AB with some degree of weight. Correct me if I am wrong. Is it as simple as AB / (divided by) 3B + SB ??

While it is understood that SP affects not only stolen bases, it is the primary rating that allows a batter to steal, bunt for a hit, and hit for better avg.

My example above shows that Juan Samuel 1984 should also be a 10sp rating vs. Rickey Henderson 1980 - because Samuel had way more 3B and a much higher SB/SBOp than Henderson.
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