Texas League with a Twist

Aikens shines, Royals still lose to Colorado

Willie Aikens collected 4 hits last night, but it wasn't enough for the Royals. The Rockies won the contest, 6-5. | Box

Huge night for Monday carries Athletics to victory

Rick Monday was on his game, knocking in 3 runs in Oakland's 5-3 victory over the Rangers. Monday also had 3 hits in the game. | Box

Pujols in the zone for victorious Cardinals

Albert Pujols's hot bat helped the Cardinals to a 9-0 win over the Dodgers. Pujols collected 4 hits in the game. | Box

Schilling whiffs 11 in 3-1 win

Curt Schilling struckout 11 Houston batters in a 3-1 win for the D Backs. | Box

Jackson powers Athletics to win over Rangers

Reggie Jackson blasted 2 homers, lifting the Athletics to a 5-4 win over Texas. | Box

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

M. Piazza, Rockies .3332 HR9 RBI
A. Pujols, Cardinals .3813 HR7 RBI
F. Thomas, Rangers .4003 HR7 RBI
J. Turner, Dodgers .4293 HR6 RBI
L. Walker, Cardinals .2632 HR6 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

C. Biggio, Astros 4 for 23 (.174)
S. Bando, Athletics 1 for 18 (.056)
A. Otis, Royals 1 for 17 (.059)
C. Counsell, D Backs 4 for 19 (.211)
J. Mauer, Astros 3 for 18 (.167)

Leaders: AVG

M. Lamb, Astros .481
E. Renteria, Cardinals .441
T. Helton, Rockies .432
G. Brett, Royals .415
M. Holliday, Rockies .415

Leaders: WHIP

T. Seaver, Cardinals 0.56
F. Morales, Rockies 0.83
R. Oswalt, Astros 0.86
C. Wilson, Rangers 0.89
V. Blue, Athletics 0.96

Franchise Picks

MIKEYYY - 2018 LA Dodgers P - 1995 Greg Maddux, 2B 1976 Joe Morgan

BabeRuth21 - 1971 Oakland A's P- 2000 Pedro Martinez SS 1996 Alex Rodriguez

Jrusso - 2004 St Louis Cards - P 1971 Tom Seaver, OF 2004 Barry Bonds

Mattyred - 2011 Texas Rangers 1B - Frank Thomas 1994, P - Randy Johnson 1997

Jimmccoy - 1980 Kansas City Royals, P- 2015 Dallas Kuechle, 2B - 2012 Robinson Cano

pskeane - 2004 Houston Astros, P- 2018 Chris Sale, C - 2009 Joe Mauer

Dukeblues - 2002 Arizona D Backs, P - 2017 Max Scherzer, 3B - 2008 Chipper Jones

kopesetic -2007 Colorado Rockies, P - 2009 Tim Lincecum, C - 1997 Mike Piazza

New Format

Here is the new format:
1. Owners retain their franchise
2. Teams will be realigned to AL and NL
3. Owner chooses a franchise year where team was runner-up in either World Series or LCS post-1970
4. 25 man major league roster
5. 5 man minor league roster
6. 5 starting pitcher rotation
7. Each AL owner can choose 1 AL All Star pitcher and 1 AL All Star position player post-1970
8. Each NL owner can choose 1 NL All Star pitcher and 1 NL All Star position player post-1970
9. Next year each owner will switch to opposite league to select team - no carry over

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4/24/2019BEST OF THE REST - BYOT Needs Three (3)Jayslater1223
BEST OF THE REST - BYOT is currently seeking 3 new owners. Its a unique "Fave Teams-inspired" spinoff of the now defunct Cooperstown XII - BYOT.

We are completing our Season 3 World Series and will be picking franchises for Season 4 (we redraft franchises each season and keep records.) The 3 new owners are slated to pick 1st, 2nd, and 4th, so you will have a good shot at one of the easier builds if you so choose. Gimme a shout if you wish to join. PC heavy hitters Yankeebb, Dwayne323 are there, among others...

Where arguably, the 12 hardest franchises to build a championship roster with in Favorite Teams leagues converge together, and each owner takes a crack at building a contender out of each club's all-time roster (since 1969).

Why 1969? It was the beginning of the Divisional Era, the ushering of expansion...it also takes away decided advantages from the Twins and ChiSox, who's '66-'68 teams feature a slew of premium pitching. It also takes away 1968 (The Year of the Pitcher) from all eligible teams. With teams like the Marlins and Rays, it seems like the fairest thing to do. We can discuss teams/cutoff years further.

Each have had their own set of issues when building a roster out of a set of four years chosen by the owner under the normal Fave Teams format. Whether its a lack of dominant offensive years (Tampa Bay, Kansas City) or hard to find pitching (Toronto, Pittsburgh, Colorado) or defense (Miami, San Diego), Best of the Rest - BYOT gives us the opportunity to try to string together the absolute best of what these difficult franchises have to offer.

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