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The X Factor: MLB 2017

Big game for Brown lifts Orioles to victory

Domonic Brown drove in 5 runs, carrying Baltimore to a 14-3 victory over the Astros. | Box

Rasmus blasts off, leads Cardinals to win

Colby Rasmus blasted 2 homers, lifting the Cardinals to a 5-4 win over Colorado. Jarrod Parker struckout 12 Colorado batters in the contest. | Box

Judge blasts off, leads Tigers to win

Aaron Judge blasted 2 homers, lifting the Tigers to a 6-1 win over Chicago. | Box

Harvey blanks Toronto with 1-0 shutout

Toronto is hoping not to see Matt Harvey again for a long while. Harvey went the distance, leading Texas to a 1-0 victory. | Box

Berrios blanks Arizona with 1-0 shutout

Arizona is hoping not to see Jose Berrios again for a long while. Berrios went the distance, leading Milwaukee to a 1-0 victory. | Box


WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

J. Francisco, Braves .4125 HR15 RBI
D. Brown, Orioles .3754 HR14 RBI
B. Posey, Giants .4582 HR10 RBI
J. Gallo, Mariners .4124 HR8 RBI
J. Harrison, Reds .4503 HR8 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

D. Wright, Tigers 4 for 23 (.174)
S. Gennett, Angels 2 for 20 (.100)
S. Perez, Diamondbacks 1 for 20 (.050)
C. Cron, Cardinals 0 for 17 (.000)
J. Ramirez, Giants 5 for 21 (.238)

Leaders: RBI

D. Viciedo, Padres 72
B. Morel, Padres 63
J. Francisco, Braves 52
A. McCutchen, Pirates 50
M. Moreland, Rangers 50

Leaders: Wins

D. Gee, Dodgers 9
M. Latos, Padres 8
B. Anderson, Indians 8
C. Archer, Red Sox 8
T. Cahill, Reds 8

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Traded Picks

2017
CIN 1st to LAD for Cahill

TEX 2nd to NYM for Diaz

HOU 2nd to TEX for previous year pick

LAD 2nd to DET for Cap space

PIT 1st to LAD for Martinez/Meek

Dead Money

CLE cut Mike Leake

2014 $5
2015 $5
2016 $5
2017 $5
2018 $5

Return $5

MIL cuts Jon Niese
2017-$4
2018-$3
2019-$4
2020-$3
2021-$4

Return $7

MIN cuts Denard Span
2017-$2
2018-$2
2019-$2
Return $2

MIN cuts Jose Mojares
2017-$1

Return $1

SD cuts Vin Mazzaro
2017-$4
2018-$4
2019-$4

Return $4

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1/20/2020 Player Signed
Juan Gutierrez picked up by Pittsburgh Pirates
1/20/2020 Trade
Carlos Martinez to Pittsburgh Pirates
Evan Meek to Pittsburgh Pirates
1/19/2020 Trade
Miguel Cabrera to Tampa Bay Rays
Danny Duffy to Detroit Tigers
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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.

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