The League of Controversy 2027

BREAKING NEWS

All Star SS Benny "The Jet" Rodriguez traded to Cubs for Will Doran, picks

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Big game for Nunez lifts Twins to victory

Renato Nunez drove in 4 runs, carrying Minnesota to a 12-2 victory over the Royals. Colton Cowser knocked home 4 runs for the Twins. | Box

Tatis Jr. powers Padres to win over Mets

Fernando Tatis Jr. blasted 2 homers, lifting the Padres to a 13-3 win over New York. Yordan Alvarez hit 2 homers in the game for the Padres. | Box

Coleman baffles Yankees, Rays win

Blake Coleman struckout 8 New York batters in a 4-3 win for the Rays. | Box

Vien IV makes history, tosses no-hitter

Vien IV made history for the Cubs last night, tossing a no-hitter against the Cardinals. Chicago won by a score of 2-0. | Box

O'Dowling whiffs 9 in 6-1 win

Casey O'Dowling struckout 9 Baltimore batters in a 6-1 win for the Giants. | Box


WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

N. Hoerner, Braves .4404 HR10 RBI
M. Chavis, Pirates .4583 HR11 RBI
N. Arenado, Reds .3894 HR11 RBI
E. Cordray, Mariners .4124 HR8 RBI
M. Trout, Angels .2383 HR9 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

M. Rodalis, Braves 4 for 22 (.182)
T. Wade, Diamondbacks 3 for 21 (.143)
L. Arraez, White Sox 6 for 23 (.261)
J. Paciorek, Yankees 1 for 18 (.056)
K. Schwab, Diamondbacks 6 for 22 (.273)

Leaders: AVG

L. Arraez, White Sox .382
G. Sedlacek, Mariners .350
D. Harris III, White Sox .336
F. Santangelo, Rockies .329
L. Cretella, Royals .328

Leaders: WHIP

C. O'Dowling, Giants 1.00
A. Hamilton, Rockies 1.02
A. Goodman, Nationals 1.07
A. Reiss, Rangers 1.08
R. Dugger, Giants 1.08

Rookie Minicamp

BAL- 2B Chris Atkinson
KC- C Davis Bowyn
HOU- SP Kyle Mooney
CIN- SP Al Wallace
DET- SP Jeffress Tan
STL- 2B Fred Hehl

Traded Picks/ Cash

Picks- 3rd round picks past 2027 cannot be traded

Detroit trades 2027 2nd to Miami (Alonso)
Los Angeles (N) trades 2027 1st to Arizona (Osuna)
New York (N) trades 2027 2nd to Miami (Brown)
Miami trades 2027 3rd to New York (N) (Brown)
Los Angeles (N) trades 2027 2nd to Boston (Betts)
Baltimore trades 2027 2nd to Miami (Cerreno)
Chicago (N) trades 2027 1st to Los Angeles (N) (Buehler)
Chicago (N) trades 2027 2nd to St Louis (Flaherty)
Detroit trades 2027 3rd to New York (N) (Ferguson)
Cincinnati trades 2027 1st to Minnesota (Arenado)
Atlanta trades 2027 2nd to Minnesota (Sweaty)
Seattle trades 2027 2nd to Chicago (N) (Webb), traded to New York (N) (B Rodriguez)
Cincinnati trades 2027 3rd to Arizona (cash)
Chicago (N) trades 2027 3rd to New York (N) (B Rodriguez)
New York (A) trades 2027 1st to Chicago (N) (Urquidy)
Chicago (A) trades 2027 1st to Minnesota (Arreaz)
Minnesota trades 2027 3rd to Chicago (A) (Arreaz)
Toronto trades 2027 1st to Chicago (N) (Marte)
Seattle trades 2027 3rd to Los Angeles (N) (Verdugo)
Seattle trades 2027 1st to Houston (Bregman)

Toronto trades 2028 1st to Chicago (N) (Marte)

Cash-
Washington trades $10 (2027) to Toronto
Minnesota trades $3 (2027) to Atlanta
Arizona trades $7 (2027) to Cincinnati
Chicago (N) trades $4 (2027) to New York (A)
Los Angeles (N) trades $10 (2027) to Chicago (N)
Minnesota trades $26 (2027) to Chicago (A)
Los Angeles (N) trades $38 (2027) to Seattle
Houston trades $19 (2027) to Seattle

Cut Players

WAS- RP Jimmy Cordero ($1-2027), SP Trevor Bauer ($1-2027)
CIN - 3B Eugenio Suarez ($19/1yr left, $10 taken away-2027)
MIA- OF Michael Conforto ($10-2027)
MIN- OF Austin Hays ($9-2027)

Stadium Renovations

2020

Oakland Athletics RHB Big Disadvantage to Mild Disadvantage ($2)
Los Angeles Dodgers LHB Big Disadvantage to Mild Boost ($6)

2021

Seattle Mariners LHB Big Disadvantage to Mild Disadvantage ($2)
Pittsburgh Pirates RHB Mild Disadvantage to No Effect ($2)
Oakland Athletics LHB Big Disadvantage to No Effect ($4)

2022

Cincinnati Reds LHB Mild Boost to Mild Disadvantage ($4)

2024

Philadelphia Phillies RHB Mild Boost to No Effect ($2)
Philadelphia Phillies LHB Mild Boost to No Effect ($2)

2026
Texas Rangers LHB Big Boost to Mild Disadvantage ($6)

2027
Chicago White Sox RHB Mild Boost to Big Disadvantage ($6)
Chicago White Sox LHB Mild Boost to No Effect ($2)
Los Angeles Dodgers RHB Big Disadvantage to Mild Boost ($6)

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Latest Transactions
5/18/2022 Player Signed
Austin Hays picked up by Houston Astros
5/18/2022 Trade
Alex Bregman to Seattle Mariners
5/18/2022 Trade
Lucas Sims to Seattle Mariners
Julio Urias to Seattle Mariners
Alex Verdugo to Seattle Mariners
Felipo Rivera to Los Angeles Dodgers
Bill Robertson to Los Angeles Dodgers
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Latest Public Board Post
5/18/2022Mobile App Updategbacci
The new baseball app has gotten approved for iOS - functionally it's not much different, but it feels like it runs more smoothly (at least it does for me on my iPhone).

I did vastly improve and simplify the sign-up process on the app since it was sort of clunky on the old version.

(One bummer for donors - Paypal has seemed to stop working on the app, so only Stripe donations work.)

If you have your apps set to auto-update, it will probably be pushed to you in the next week or so. Or, you can go update it on your own. If you just LOVE the current one, I suppose there is no harm in keeping it as is.

Android fans, stay tuned - hope to make some progress there in the coming days/weeks.

You can really use either sport's app, the idea was to make one for each to appeal to the fans of each sport - the only difference is you can't get to other sports' leaderboards and FAQs, etc. but you can get to your leagues on either one.

I still think the browser is going to be the best performance for the site, but the app is there as an option and sometimes it's nice to have things contained without distractions.

As always, positive reviews help if you are so inclined!
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