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  1. #11
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    Re: Saves - All Time Top 100

    gimmie an update! I got this kid in altrta....
    -Parce que j'ai le jeu, mes chiennes.
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    2. If you are trading an elite item like a no1 overall pick or a superstud player, then dont take the first offer you get. Advertise your availability to the league to maximize your return. Your trade partner is not going to protect you from underselling yourself.

    3. Quoted from a thread about Monopoly gameplay: "This strategy will end up killing you in the long run. You WANT to make deals. You WANT to be easy to do business with. If players get the impression that you're always going to ask for unreasonable demands, they'll trade with other players, leaving you out of those trades, meaning you get nothing of value while they benefit. Remember, your goal in a trade should not be to screw your trading partner, but to screw anyone who isn't your trading partner. Then people will catch on and realize that if they're not going to give you fair rates, they're going to be left out in the cold, which means that you shouldn't be dealing with people who play that way either."

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    Re: Saves - All Time Top 100

    Quote Originally Posted by bigdbpimpin1 View Post
    gimmie an update! I got this kid in altrta....
    so that kid in altrta... F. Medina

    we are about to end his age 40 season. sitting on 893 saves. actuals are still good enough: 60 67 77 61 40en. I think I can keep him out there 2 more seasons and at least solidify more legacy stats for my altrta franchise. I need him to do it in 2 years and retire, because I go this new kid in altrta: https://www.csfbl.com/player/view.asp?playerid=4653958 62/84 63/87 41/58 70/98 33/45en. he'll be more talented than Medina next flip i think.
    -Parce que j'ai le jeu, mes chiennes.
    -Translation; 'cause I got game bitches!


    Join the Remake Leagues! No Experience Necessary.

    Simple Rules:

    1. Stop recruiting new owners for your half dead crappy leagues. Your efforts would be better used looking for a stable league with owners who actually care about their teams. Winning the world series in a half unowned league is not worthy of your time.

    2. If you are trading an elite item like a no1 overall pick or a superstud player, then dont take the first offer you get. Advertise your availability to the league to maximize your return. Your trade partner is not going to protect you from underselling yourself.

    3. Quoted from a thread about Monopoly gameplay: "This strategy will end up killing you in the long run. You WANT to make deals. You WANT to be easy to do business with. If players get the impression that you're always going to ask for unreasonable demands, they'll trade with other players, leaving you out of those trades, meaning you get nothing of value while they benefit. Remember, your goal in a trade should not be to screw your trading partner, but to screw anyone who isn't your trading partner. Then people will catch on and realize that if they're not going to give you fair rates, they're going to be left out in the cold, which means that you shouldn't be dealing with people who play that way either."

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    Re: Saves - All Time Top 100

    were you also the owner of Leonard Mclung? also, i dont think medina will make it to 1000 unless you give him 3 seasons
    ↓ Teams & WS ↓
     
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    Re: Saves - All Time Top 100

    yep, drafted McClung and managed the entire time.

    Medina: not as worried about 1000, but want to lock down no2 on the list for sure.
    -Parce que j'ai le jeu, mes chiennes.
    -Translation; 'cause I got game bitches!


    Join the Remake Leagues! No Experience Necessary.

    Simple Rules:

    1. Stop recruiting new owners for your half dead crappy leagues. Your efforts would be better used looking for a stable league with owners who actually care about their teams. Winning the world series in a half unowned league is not worthy of your time.

    2. If you are trading an elite item like a no1 overall pick or a superstud player, then dont take the first offer you get. Advertise your availability to the league to maximize your return. Your trade partner is not going to protect you from underselling yourself.

    3. Quoted from a thread about Monopoly gameplay: "This strategy will end up killing you in the long run. You WANT to make deals. You WANT to be easy to do business with. If players get the impression that you're always going to ask for unreasonable demands, they'll trade with other players, leaving you out of those trades, meaning you get nothing of value while they benefit. Remember, your goal in a trade should not be to screw your trading partner, but to screw anyone who isn't your trading partner. Then people will catch on and realize that if they're not going to give you fair rates, they're going to be left out in the cold, which means that you shouldn't be dealing with people who play that way either."

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    Re: Saves - All Time Top 100

    https://www.csfbl.com/player/view.asp?playerid=4449481 so Medina starts his age 42 season on 939 saves, good for 4th all time. ratings still sitting at a below average: 54 61 69 57 36en. Good enough with my defense to bring in some meaningless saves. I'll run him at closer at least half the season, get him over the 959 mark, and probably start using Gregory Martin and get his career going. 21 years old and ratings of 71/84 75/87 48/58 80/98 39/45en. ratings are probably good enough to be a 170ip starting pitcher, but he was drafted to replace McClung. Hoping to lock down a top 3 spot alltime with him.
    -Parce que j'ai le jeu, mes chiennes.
    -Translation; 'cause I got game bitches!


    Join the Remake Leagues! No Experience Necessary.

    Simple Rules:

    1. Stop recruiting new owners for your half dead crappy leagues. Your efforts would be better used looking for a stable league with owners who actually care about their teams. Winning the world series in a half unowned league is not worthy of your time.

    2. If you are trading an elite item like a no1 overall pick or a superstud player, then dont take the first offer you get. Advertise your availability to the league to maximize your return. Your trade partner is not going to protect you from underselling yourself.

    3. Quoted from a thread about Monopoly gameplay: "This strategy will end up killing you in the long run. You WANT to make deals. You WANT to be easy to do business with. If players get the impression that you're always going to ask for unreasonable demands, they'll trade with other players, leaving you out of those trades, meaning you get nothing of value while they benefit. Remember, your goal in a trade should not be to screw your trading partner, but to screw anyone who isn't your trading partner. Then people will catch on and realize that if they're not going to give you fair rates, they're going to be left out in the cold, which means that you shouldn't be dealing with people who play that way either."

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