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The Last Championship For Each MLB Team
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Mariners
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Red Sox
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51s-NYM
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Mets
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Cubs
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Royals
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Red Sox-BOS
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Twins
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Yankees
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Padres
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Red Wings-MIN
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Pirates
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Indians-PIT
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Rainiers-SEA
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StormChasers-KC
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Bulls-TB
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Braves
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Chiefs-WSH
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Tigers
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Cardinals
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Sounds-OAK
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River Cats-SF
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Bats-CIN
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Chihuahuas-SD
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Redbirds-STL
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Express-TEX
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Grizzlies-HOU
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Braves-ATL
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Cubs-CHC
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Clippers-CLE
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RailRiders-NYY
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Baby Cakes-MIA
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Rangers
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Indians
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Mud Hens-DET
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Bees-LAA
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Aces-ARI
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Athletics
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Rockies
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Bisons-TOR
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Blue Jays
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Brewers
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Reds
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Dodgers-LAD
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Knights-CWS
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Sky Sox-MIL
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Angels
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Tides-BAL
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IronPigs-PHI
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Diamondbacks
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Giants
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Dodgers
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Rays
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Isotopes-COL
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Astros
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Orioles
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Marlins
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White Sox
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Phillies
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NL All-Stars
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AL All-Stars
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Minor Walks Off with HR, Castro Wins MVP

Peter Minor of the Mets hit a solo home run in the bottom of the 11th off of Astros' reliever Dan Wheeler to win the All-Star Game for the NL, 5-4. The win for the National League secures home-field advantage for the NL/PCL representative in the World Series.

Ramon Castro wins the game MVP, with 2 solo home runs, both off of Clayton Kershaw.

Kershaw went 6 and a third innings, allowing 10 hits and 4 runs, all earned, 3 walks and 5 strikeouts. Justin Verlander only allowed 2 hits and one earned run with 6 strikeouts for the NL.

Jose Peraza lead off the game with a homerun, and Kershaw escaped a first-inning jam starting with Matt Alexander tripling and Jose Altuve walking. Kershaw was able to get Willie Stargell to pop out, and get Greg Vaughn to ground into a double play to end the inning.

Castro, with one out in the second, hit a homer to tie the game at one, and would give the NL the lead in the fourth with another. Later, in the fifth, John Gibbons doubles, and gets driven in by a Vaughn groundout, giving the NL a 3-1 lead.

John Wetteland came into the ninth inning to lock it down for the NL, and he did not do that. Chris Parmelee hit a homer to lead off the inning, and Juan Miranda singled to give way to Ichiro Suzuki to pinch run. He was out at second via fielders choice, as Mark McLemore grounded into the FC. Andrew Whiting walked, and Gary Sanchez tied the game with a 2-run double. Zach Britton entered in the bottom of the inning and locked it down until Terry Francona brought Wheeler in after Gibbons singled with one out in the 10th.

Then came Castro's home run off of Wheeler, giving himself the loss, and Lance Lynn the win, pitching 2 innings of scoreless relief.

Terrance Is The Royal Winner!

Terrance Gore of the Royals has won the T-Mobile Home Run Derby. Gore won in the Finals vs. Chris Parmelee of the Red Sox, 8-7.

Gore defeated Alex Rodriguez in the first round, 6-5; and went on to defeat Gary Sanchez in the semis, 25-24.

Parmelee defeated Stan Wilson in the first round, 17-16; and then defeated Albert Pujols in the semis, 37-36.

Full Results: 1st
Gore over Rodriguez, 6-5
Sanchez over Lance Berkman, 13-12
Parmelee over Wilson, 17-16
Pujols over Trevor Story, 45-44
2nd
Gore over Sanchez, 25-24
Parmelee over Pujols, 37-36
Finals
Gore over Parmelee, 8-7

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Castro-MIA blasts off, leads NL All-Stars to win

Ramon Castro-MIA blasted 2 homers, lifting the NL All-Stars to a 5-4 win over American. John Gibbons-NYM recorded 4 hits. Matt Alexander-PIT of the NL All-Stars had 4 hits in the game. Justin Verlander-WSH was on fire, allowing just 2 hits over 7 innings for National. | Box

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

R. Castro-MIA, NL All-Sta.. .4443 HR6 RBI
J. Hawley, Mariners .6672 HR5 RBI
C. Parmelee-BOS, AL All-S.. .4001 HR5 RBI
J. Gordon, Clippers-CLE .7502 HR3 RBI
S. Finley, Padres .5001 HR4 RBI

Leaders: RBI

C. Parmelee-BOS, AL All-Stars 158
T. Gore-KC, AL All-Stars 112
B. Boone-SEA, AL All-Stars 85
S. Wilson-NYM, NL All-Stars 78
J. Miranda-NYY, AL All-Stars 77

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

W. Stargell-PIT, NL All-S.. 0 for 8 (.000)
T. Glaus, Angels 0 for 7 (.000)
T. Lee, Reds 0 for 6 (.000)
Y. Torrealba, Rangers 0 for 6 (.000)
M. Napoli, Rangers 0 for 6 (.000)

Leaders: Wins

K. Hendricks-CHC SP, NL All-Stars 16
M. Scherzer-WSH SP, NL All-Stars 16
C. Kershaw-KC, AL All-Stars 15
C. Sale-BOS SP, AL All-Stars 15
R. Gsellman, 51s-NYM 14
More Leaders

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

R. Castro-MIA, NL All-Sta.. .4443 HR6 RBI
J. Hawley, Mariners .6672 HR5 RBI
C. Parmelee-BOS, AL All-S.. .4001 HR5 RBI
J. Gordon, Clippers-CLE .7502 HR3 RBI
S. Finley, Padres .5001 HR4 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

W. Stargell-PIT, NL All-S.. 0 for 8 (.000)
T. Glaus, Angels 0 for 7 (.000)
T. Lee, Reds 0 for 6 (.000)
Y. Torrealba, Rangers 0 for 6 (.000)
M. Napoli, Rangers 0 for 6 (.000)

Leaders: RBI

C. Parmelee-BOS, AL All-Stars 158
T. Gore-KC, AL All-Stars 112
B. Boone-SEA, AL All-Stars 85
S. Wilson-NYM, NL All-Stars 78
J. Miranda-NYY, AL All-Stars 77

Leaders: Wins

K. Hendricks-CHC SP, NL All-Stars 16
M. Scherzer-WSH SP, NL All-Stars 16
C. Kershaw-KC, AL All-Stars 15
C. Sale-BOS SP, AL All-Stars 15
R. Gsellman, 51s-NYM 14
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Fulmer, Gibbs win Final Vote


RP Carson Fulmer of the Royals and SP Junior Gibbs of the Cardinals have won the Esurance MLB All-Star Game Final Vote. Following the announcement, Joe Maddon and Terry Francona announced their lineups, starting pitchers, and bullpen lineups. You can check them out on the "Lineup" page in the All-Star teams' pages and the pitching matchup in the "Schedule" Section.

After a long debate with Maddon's coaching staff, they decided to go with Justin Verlander as their starting pitcher. With 2 no-hitters, he was not the initial decision. GM JaySlater opted to allow Max Scherzer, who was more than likely to be the game's starter for the NL, to start on Day 99, and opened the door for Maddon to choose Verlander. Maddon's other options who were well rested were Dwight Gooden or Chris Archer, both from the Mets.

Francona's decision was easy, there was no debate that Clayton Kershaw would start the game. Most thought it was obvious. Corey Kluber, Chris Sale, and Jamie Moyer were not eligible to start the game because they had just started in Day 99. Julio Teheran also stated that he did not want to start the game because he had just started on Day 98.

The T-Mobile Home Run Derby is tomorrow! The favored final matchup of Terrance Gore and Chris Parmelee is expected, but the players that will face Gore and Parmelee in the semi-finals is up for debate.

Trade Deadline Deals


He will not be a Ray again.
Although the Trade Deadline is still about 50 sim days away, the first and second deals has arrived.

The Rays have dealt OF B.J. Upton and RP Kurt Birkins to the Cardinals in exchange for OF Allen Craig.

GM htennis looks to continue adding on to his team. Not too much of a huge shakeup for the Cardinals, but very noticeable. Upton seems to be an improvement over Craig, and with the addition of Birkins, he further solidifies an already very good bullpen, only allowing 38 runs this season. Craig for the Rays looks to mentor the Rays outfielders , who are already doing fairly well, and seems to play a backup role or the DH role. He also gives Akinori Iwamura another man to play second base.

Also, GM xavlpz has decided to part with his big-time catcher, as the White Sox have traded C Raul Casanova to the Royals in exchange for C Drew Butera.

A lopsided trade here, as it looks like Butera could help a lot with the struggling Sox, to maybe help turn them around, but Kansas City could have found a new catcher for Omaha, who is struggling there. Also in addition to the move, the Royals sign C Val Gonzalez to apparently be their backup catcher to Salvador Perez.

A wakeup call to all GMs to start wheeling and dealing, with around 75 days complete. For any trade offers to the Angels and the Bees, please send those offers to the League Office, as we will basically be the GMs for that team. Also, draft picks for next season are also allowed to be traded, and will be noted.

Rumor Mill

Molitor and Alomar on the move?

Paul Molitor and Roberto Alomar have asked to be traded because the new owner is taking his time to win and get the team going. Paul and Roberto are in win now mode and are not having it with the team. While the teams captin John Olerud has become a loyal player and is disgusted by his fellow teammates. The team owner has talked to them about staying but they are not having it. Even though they had the big 3 going with all of them batting over .300 it seems like it will not be no more. Blue Jays fans everywhere are already burning their jerseys, while John Oleruds jerseys sales have skyrocketed. Loyalty is what fans need and John Olerud is the perfect example for Blue Jay fans.

Predicted Buyers and Sellers

After the first move was made today, it is time to release the list of teams that look to buy and sell, with maybes.

Although the Triple-A teams are, well, "prospect teams," they have the chance to play in the World Series, as 5 teams from each division go to the playoffs. So don't think of MiLB teams as building up for the future, they really are for players that can't stay on the MLB roster because it is too full.

AL Buyers: Red Sox, Mariners, Royals, Twins, Yankees, Tigers
AL Sellers: White Sox, Orioles, Angels, Rays, Astros, Rangers
AL Questionables: Indians, A's, Blue Jays
IL Buyers: Red Sox, Red Wings, Bulls, Indians, Bats, Chiefs, Braves
IL Sellers: Knights, Tides, Mud Hens, Bisons
IL Questionables: RailRiders, Clippers, IronPigs
NL Buyers: Nationals, Mets, Cubs, Padres, Pirates, Braves, Cardinals
NL Sellers: Phillies, Marlins, Giants, Diamondbacks, Rockies, Reds
NL Questionables: Brewers, Dodgers
PCL Buyers: 51s, Rainiers, Sounds, StormChasers, River Cats, Chihuahuas, RedBirds
PCL Sellers: Sky Sox, Isotopes, Aces, Baby Cakes, Bees
PCL Questionables: Grizzlies, Express, Cubs

League Rules Updated

Below are the rules copied from the "Rules" page above:
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"League Rules

File used in Auto Leagues, some parts changed for this league.

1. DRAFT -- Any players that have not been selected by a team will be able to be signed via draft.

2. TEAM DETAILS -- Team details will be set up prior to the season beginning. If something is incorrect, message Cubs2016Champs.

3. SEASON START -- After the final team joins and drafts, games will begin soon, and you will be notified by email. Be sure to set your lineup and strategy before the season starts. Games will not be played daily, however.

4. FINAL ROSTER SIZE -- When the games begin, the roster limit will be set to a final 25. You must have at least 10 pitchers and 2 catchers on your roster. If you do not, the commish must make changes to your roster in order to play the season.

5. STARTING PICTHERS -- It is highly recommended you carry five starters. Starters will need four games to recover, and tired pitchers will suffer on the mound. If you want a starter converted to a reliever, you may do so, and vice versa. However, you can do it no charge before the season starts, and you must pay $3 per player whose position needs to be changed.

6. TRANSACTIONS, FREE AGENCY, ETC -- Teams can sign free agents after Game 3 to fill their 25-man roster (see rule #20 for more details). Teams cannot drop players until after Game 6 (see rule #7 for more details). Teams can make up to 999 trades. .

7. SUPPLEMENTAL DRAFT -- After the season starts, you can begin ranking free agents for the supplemental draft. Players in the supplemental draft are those who have not been selected in the preseason drafts. The draft is a way to prevent one team from grabbing all the best remaining players. The draft takes place after Game 3, and owners will be notified of results by email. The draft is three rounds, and goes in reverse order of team strength as based on the CPU's calculation. If your majors roster is full, drafted players will be placed in your minor league system. You must rank players before Game 3 if you want to participate in the draft! After the draft, free agency is open, but you must send in offers to me by player's value (More info in Commish Added Rule #4). You can start dropping players after Game 6.

8. MINOR LEAGUES -- Once the Supplemental Draft is over, you'll have forty spots in the minor leagues. You can add players until your minors is full, then you must drop a player before you can add a new one.

9. TRADING DEADLINE -- At the end of day 122, before the post-season, the Trade Center will close. Free Agency closes before the play-offs.

10. PLAYER HEALTH -- Positional players can get injured. You'll get an email when any player gets injured for 1 or more games. The CPU will swap this player at game time if you haven't made adjustments to your lineup. Pitchers and players can get injured for up to 50 games.

11. SANDBAGGING -- Do not attempt to place players outside of their primary or secondary positions, or you will see a high error rate. A non-catcher playing catcher will allow your opponent to steal bases at will. Sandbag at your own risk!

12. ALL-STARS -- All-Stars will begin at the start of the season, and the All-Stars selected in each league will participate in a special All-Star Game midseason.

13. TIEBREAKERS -- Head-to-head match up will be used where possible, otherwise team with highest Power Ranking wins. In case of more than four teams, Power Ranking will be used. (If there are multiple teams tied for the fourth wild card spot, tiebreakers will be used, and further instructions will be sent when necessary.)

14. SCHEDULED OFF DAYS -- Teams will be granted off-days throughout the year, four days off at mid-season, and two calendar days off before the post-season starts. Playoff teams will be granted a day off after Games Two and Four of the second series leading up to the World Series, Games Two and Five of the third and fourth series leading up to the World Series, and two calendar days off before the World Series.

15. POST-SEASON -- Division winners from the East, West, and Central and two wild cards from the Majors reach the playoffs. Also, the five best teams in the Triple A squads will also make the playoffs. The seeds are based on overall record, so that a wildcard could be ranked as high as the #2 seed. Further information about playoffs will be sent when it occurs.

16. QUIT LEAGUE -- Once a season starts, owners cannot quit until their team's season is over.

17. INJURIES -- It is suggested to bring injured players down to the minors on your team, and bring up someone else.

18. TRADES -- It is said that you have 999 trades, but it is really unlimited trades. You will have two teams, a major league team and a Triple-A team.
18-a. TO TRADE PLAYERS FROM MLB ROSTER TO MiLB ROSTER -- First, go to your trading page on your MLB team's homepage. All you have to do is select your affiliate (conveniently labeled for easier usage), put the player(s) you want, and send them. Then, you have to go to your MiLB team's page and accept it there. And if you want to do MiLB to MLB, then just do the opposite of that.

19. TRIPLE-A TEAMS -- Triple-A teams will be determined by the team you have. They are conveniently labeled for you.

20. FREE AGENCY -- After the Supplemental Draft, free agency begins. However, you must send the commish (Cubs2016Champs) or vice commish (Jayslater1223) your offers. The commissioners are basically the players, and you have to give us the best offer with your team budget. Negotiations will go on via email.

21. SIMULATIONS -- Unlike some other leagues where there is only a couple sims every week, there will be about 2-3 sims per day in this league, similar to Auto Leagues.

22. PLAYER CONVERSIONS -- Players are allowed to be converted. Owners must contact their commissioners for player conversions. Pitchers must be labeled from their old role (SP/RP) to their new role (SP/RP) Positional players are required to be labeled from their old labels (SS/2B) to their new role (OF/OF). Any player can become a DH. Any player can be converted before the season starts, but once Day 5 passes for MLB teams and Day 9 passes for MiLB teams, you must pay $3 for a full conversion, and $1 for the secondary position to be changed.

23. DOUBLEHEADERS -- On occasion, there will be two games scheduled on the same day for a team. They will be against the same team. (So the [i.e.] Nationals and Mets would play a game on Day 72, and then play another game on Day 72). All MiLB teams will play a doubleheader on Day 104 as a result of that on the real schedule the Triple-A All-Star Break is only 3 games, not MLB's 4. If your schedule reports that you play 2 different teams or have one home game and one away game on the same day, please report to your commish."

Holiday Day Numbers Announced

Below are the day numbers for each holiday during the MLB season schedule:
MLB Opening Day: Days 1/2
Triple-A Teams Opening Day: Day 5
SunTrust Park Opening: Day 13
Easter Sunday: Day 15
Easter Monday: Day 16
May Day: Day 30
Mother's Day: Day 43
Peace Officers Memorial Day: Day 44
Memorial Day: Day 58
MLB First-Year Player Draft: Days 72-74
Father's Day: Day 78
Independence Day: 93
All-Star Break: Days 100-103
MLB Little League Classic: Day 141
Labor Day/End of Triple-A Season: Day 156
End Of MLB Season: Day 183
Playoffs Begin: Day 185 (Tiebreakers Day 184)

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