A 2006 MLB season(extended)

Offseason schedule

Wed Dec 18 - progressions
Thurs Dec 19 - rd 1 FA bidding opens(9am) ends 10pm ET COMPLETED
Fri Dec 20 - final rd FA bids open 9am and ends 10pm COMPLETED
Prospect creation and allocation - TO BE DETERMINED BY POLL - Going to rookie draft end of season
SUPPLEMENTARY DRAFT - WED JAN 8 AT 8PM ET COMPLETED
FREE AGENT ADDS OPENS - THURSDAY JAN 9TH DONE
FRIDAY JANUARY 10 - SPRING TRAINING - COMPLETED
MONDAY JAN 13TH - REGULAR SEASON STARTS in the evening



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Final round results - Free agency summary

Final RD bids:
rays sp marco gonzales $17/4=$68 AWARDed
rays Dalton Pompey   $13/4=$52 AWARDed
marlins eddie butler $8/ 2 yrs = $16 AWARDed
marlins Lisalverto Bonilla $6/ 2yrs = $12 AWARDed
angels 1b Jordan Patterson $25/3yrs=$75 AWARDed
angels SP Eddie Butler $2/1yr=$2
angels SP Lisalverto Bonilla $2/1yr=$2
angels SP Dallas Beeler $2/1yr=$2 AWARDed
red sox SS Jose Ramirez $1/4=$4 AWARDed
red sox RP Carter Capps $3/2=$6
red sox SP Taijuan Walker $35/5=$175
padres SP Taijuan Walker $50/5yrs= $250 AWARDED
padres SP James Paxton $10/1yr=$10 AWARDED
pirates Rp Carter caps $7/1y/$7 AWARDed
pirates Rp jack leathersich $3/1y/$3 AWARDED
pirates 2b Wilmer difo $3/1y/$3 AWARDED

White Sox RP Jairo Diaz $2/2yrs=$4 AWARDed
White Sox RP Jack Leathersich $2/1yrs=$2
White Sox RP Carter Capps $2/2yrs=$4
White Sox RP Jonathan Aro $2/2yrs=$4 AWARDEd
White Sox RP Rob Zastryzny $2/2yrs=$4 AWARDed
White Sox OF Mikie Mahtook $2/1yr=$2 AWARDed
White Sox OF Wil Myers $2/1yr=$2 AWARDed

Successful bids:
Padres 2B Ozzie Albies $28/8yrs=$224 AWARDED – MORE THAN $50 ABOVE NEAR BID
***************************************************Red Sox Ozzie albies $3/6=$18
**************************************************Angels 2b Ozzie Albie's $1/8yrs=$8
**************************************************Dbacks 2b ozzie albies $8/6yrs =$42
*************************************************Royals 2B Ozzie Albies $20/7 years = $140
**************************************************Jays 2B Ozzie Albies: $12/5YR=$60

Red Sox SP Bryan Mitchell $30/3=$90 AWARDED – MORE THAN $50 ABOVE NEAR BID
*********************************************Marlins SP Bryan Mitchell $15/2yrs = $30

Phillies SP Scott Moss $8/8yrs=$64 AWARDED – MORE THAN $50 ABOVE NEAR BID
********************************************Marlins SP Scott Moss $1/4yrs = $4

Solo bids - no competing bids therefore bid team awarded player
Dbacks Of danny santana $2/3 yrs = $6
Royals RP Steve Chasen $5/2 years =$10
Phillies C Kelly Carson $5/3yrs=$15
Red Sox C Max Stassi $2/3=$6
Marlins RP Ken Giles $19/2yrs = $38
Marlins 3B Matt Davidson $1/1yr = $1
Marlins RP J.B. Wendelken $2/3yrs = $6
Marlins 1B Josh Bell $2/2yrs = $4
Marlins 3B Will Toffey $1/3yrs = $3
Marlins SP Antonio Senzatela $1/1yr = $1
Jays c Jesus Montero: $5/1 YR=$5
Rays SP Colin Rea $8/2=$16
Rays SP Nathan Eovaldi $8/2=$16
Angels Of mike Trout $5/2yrs=$10
Padres C Austin Hedges $1/1yr=$1
Padres C Victor Caratini $5/3yrs=$15
Padres OF Ian Happ $1/2yrs=$2
Padres OF Rymer Liriano $1/1yr=$1
Padres OF Marcell Ozuna $1/1yr=$1
Angels OF Mookie Betts $10/3yrs=$30
Rockies SS Andrelton Simmons $1/3yrs=$3


Competing bids going to final round:
Red Sox SP Taijuan walker $30/3=$90
Padres SP Taijuan Walker $30/4yrs=$120
Royals SP Tiajuan Walker $20/4 years =$80
Dbacks sp taijuan walker $5/5yrs =$25
MARLINS SP Tiajuan Walker $16/4yrs = $64
Rockies SP Taijuan Walker $50/3yrs=$150

Rays OF Dalton Pompey $7/3=$21
Royals Of Daulton Pompey $7/5= $35

Rays SP Marco Gonzales $10/3 =$30
Angels Sp Marcos Gonzalez $10/2yr=$20
Dbacks sp marco gonzales $3/2 yrs = $6


Angels 1b Jordan Patterson $10/2yrs=$20
Marlins 1B Jordan Patterson $20/3yrs = $60
Philies 1B Jordan Petterson $7/2yrs=$14
Jays 1B Jordan Patterson: $5/1YR=$5



Angels Sp Andrew chaffin $1/1yr=$1
Marlins SP Andrew Chafin $12/2yrs = $24 AWARDed

Rockies RP Austin Brice $8/2yrs=$16 AWARDed
Royals Rp Austin Brice $5/3 =$15


FINAL ROUND:
* competing bids can only be bid on by competing owners for particular player
*any player not bid on in First round can be bid on - blind bidding
* bidding starts Friday 9am ET and ends 10pm ET
* please bid format as follows: Royals SP Juan Doe $4/3 yrs = $12
(makes it easier for me to process the bidding)





World Series Champions

Kansas City Royals 2006
Minnesota Twins 2007
Philadelphia Phillies 2008
Colorado Rockies 2009/2016/2018/2019/2020/2023
Milwaukee Brewers 2010
Florida Marlins 2011/2014
Tampa Bay Devil Rays 2012/2015
Texas Rangers 2013
New York Yankees 2017/2022
St. Louis Cardinals 2021
Angels 2024

Morejon's 8-K performance not enough

Adrian Morejon whiffed 8 batters, but the Mets managed to beat the Pirates, 3-0. Bryan Abreu was on fire, allowing just 2 hits over 7 innings for New York. | Box

Bielak's 11-K performance not enough

Brandon Bielak whiffed 11 batters, but the Diamondbacks managed to beat the Braves, 6-3. | Box

Brewers can't contain Guerrero Jr, fall 13-5

Vladimir Guerrero Jr was on his game, knocking in 3 runs in Toronto's 13-5 victory over the Brewers. Guerrero Jr also had 3 hits in the game. Nick Pratto recorded 5 hits. Sean Reid-Foley struckout 9 Milwaukee batters in the contest. | Box

Phillies ride Suarez to victory over Cardinals

Ranger Suarez was brilliant last night, allowing just 2 hits over 8 innings, leading the Phillies to a 2-1 win over the Cardinals. | Box

Dunn's 8-K performance not enough

Justin Dunn whiffed 8 batters, but the Rangers managed to beat the Dodgers, 4-3. | Box


WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

D. Herrera, Yankees .2275 HR10 RBI
J. Nottingham, Brewers .4295 HR9 RBI
J. Parker, Padres .5793 HR8 RBI
T. Nevin, Twins .4003 HR8 RBI
G. Lavigne, Rockies .5501 HR9 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

P. Meadows, Mets 2 for 21 (.095)
C. Cannon, Red Sox 0 for 19 (.000)
J. Kelenic, Brewers 1 for 19 (.053)
A. Diaz, Giants 2 for 20 (.100)
K. Hayes, Pirates 1 for 18 (.056)

Leaders: AVG

T. Nevin, Twins .408
K. Smith, Angels .390
N. Lopez, Royals .371
K. Maitan, Padres .367
G. Lavigne, Rockies .362

Leaders: WHIP

J. Flaherty, Diamondbacks 0.57
V. Arano, Diamondbacks 0.61
A. Sanchez, Blue Jays 0.64
T. McKenzie, Indians 0.72
A. Reyes, Phillies 0.75

WELCOME TO 2006 MLB SEASON(extended)

Welcome to 2006 MLB season(extended), one of the few Historical leagues from the early 2000's.This league will be simple, but realistic and fun.Pick your favorite 2006 team and join the fun

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Latest Public Board Post
1/20/2020 Contracts by stats vs. rankingragingsol
My understanding is that, when starting a league, there isn't any definitive reason to go with contracts based on one over the other (Rank v. Real Stats).

I think going with Rank-based contracts makes guessing a player's asking price a little easier, meaning a 95 Rank player will ask for more salary than a 75 Rank player. Whereas, contracts based on Real Stats are harder to compare and contrast across the player pool.

When Rank was implemented a couple years ago, the Real Stats option was kept because all the Custom Leagues had set the max budgets for each team according to the contracts that calculate for Real Stats, and, instead of forcing leagues to dramatically raise their budgets, gbacci kept the Real Stats option available.

Why are contracts so much higher for Rank? I think that's what the code spit out when Rank was implemented, and figuring out why may have been too much of a headache for the lone wolf coder.

Please remember, all of this may be wrong. If it is, I guarantee a full refund of my fee.
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