NL Rewind 1999

1998 NL Rewind Champion: The Houston Astros

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(strutter)
1998 runner-up: The St. Louis Cardinals (Baberuth21)
1997 NL Rewind Champion: The Montreal Expos (griffeyga)
1997 runner-up: The Los Angeles Dodgers (willbhere)
1996 NL Rewind Champion: The Montreal Expos (griffeyga)
1996 runner-up: The Houston Astros (Strutter)
1995 NL Rewind Champion: The Montreal Expos (griffeyga)
1994 NL Rewind Champion and 1995 runner-up: The Los Angeles Dodgers (willbhere)
1993 NL Rewind Champion: The New York Mets (Jigsawpuzzle99)
1993 and 94 Runner-up, The Cincinnati Reds (Bip)
1992 NL Rewind Champion: The Cincinnati Reds (Bip)
1992 Runner-up, The Houston Astros (Strutter)
1991 Champion, The Pittsburgh Pirates (Roadmap)

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Welcome to NL Rewind 1994

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Coachosbone, with thoughts of Miami Vice and bad pop music, started this league in 1980 and although he seems to have gone the way of parachute pants and Members Only jackets, we honor him by continuing on. We are currently in 1994.

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5/17/2022Cubs @ BravesWatch  Box
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5/17/2022Padres @ MetsWatch  Box
5/17/2022Phillies @ ExposWatch  Box
5/17/2022Pirates @ MarlinsWatch  Box
5/17/2022Reds @ GiantsWatch  Box
5/17/2022Astros @ RockiesWatch  Box
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4/21/2022All-Star Selectionswillbhere
This season's all-stars have been selected. Click the link to find out who was honored. https://www.pennantchase.com/lgAllS..
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Latest Transactions
5/2/2022 Player Claimed
Darrin Fletcher claimed on waivers by Montreal Expos
5/2/2022 Player Dropped
Xavier Hernandez dropped by Montreal Expos
4/30/2022 Player Placed On Trade Block
Hideo Nomo placed on trade block by 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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