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Thread: 2092 Amateur Draft: Draft is complete. Picks are set. LM are clear

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    Lightbulb 2092 Amateur Draft: Draft is complete. Picks are set. LM are clear

    A courtesy PM MIGHT be sent out when your block is up, but it may not happen and you are responsible for knowing when your picks/lists are due

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    Block 1 (1-6) Due 1/22 9amET

    1. Kalamazoo Knights Bradley Crowley 2b
    2. Cambridge Hawks Deon Reid 2b
    3. Babylon Hepatoscopes Dennis Williams SS
    4. Seaside Silver Surfers Shawn Johnson p
    5. Renville Rum Runners Charles Clair 3b
    6. Lowell Lock Monsters Brian Terry 2b


    Block 2 (7-12) Due 1/23 9amET

    1. Gainesville Gators David Normandin ss
    2. Lowell Lock Monsters Alton Bedoya c
    3. Garden State Hoes Seymore Albright p
    4. Seaside Silver Surfers Michael Buckner 2b
    5. Sabermetrics Sabercats Joseph Gonzales c AUTO
    6. Lowell Lock Monsters James Ramirez 1b


    Block 3 (13-18) Due 1/24 9amET

    1. Packer Hall Challengers Taylor Valenzuela p AUTO
    2. Glastonbury Wayward Sons Robert Thomas 3b
    3. Saint Croix Hamiltonians Emil Bowman p
    4. Ron Davis All-Stars 1B Henry McKay
    5. Charleston Griffins Kenneth Fortune cf
    6. Tamugan Tropics Dennis Johnson 1b


    Block 4 (19-24) Due 1/25 9amET

    1. Glastonbury Wayward Sons Roy Francis rf
    2. Cypress Cyanide Ryan Reed 2b
    3. Seattle Bandits Fredrick English p
    4. Roxborough Rampage Ernest Cruz p
    5. Chicago Lords Yunel Correll c AUTO
    6. San Francisco Pharmaceuticals Theodore Morse SS


    Block 5 (25-32) Due 1/26 9amET

    1. Glastonbury Wayward Sons William Lybarger P
    2. Sabermetrics Sabercats AUTO Vincent Koopman p
    3. Kalamazoo Knights George Brennan p
    4. Roxborough Rampage Gary Harris c
    5. Gainesville Gators Kelly McCormick ss
    6. Lowell Lock Monsters Willie Scott rf
    7. Seattle Bandits Michael Oconner 3b
    8. Renville Rum Runners Charles Green p


    Block 6 (33-40) Due 1/27 9amET

    1. Cairo Bearingmakers Harold Gantz 3b
    2. San Francisco Pharmaceuticals John Jones p
    3. Chicago Black Sox of Argyle Henry Frazier p
    4. Cypress Cyanide John Moreno lf
    5. Tamugan Tropics Joshua Sims p AUTO
    6. Saint Croix Hamiltonians Francisco Rudd 1b AUTO
    7. Brno Barniecats Charles Marshall p
    8. Charleston Griffins George Steigerwald ss AUTO


    Block 7 (41-48) Due 1/28 9amET

    1. Babylon Hepatoscopes Brian Voss 3b
    2. San Francisco Pharmaceuticals Christopher Cole ss
    3. Cambridge Hawks Rickey Merlin lf
    4. Chicago Black Sox of Argyle Robert Adkins p
    5. Garden State Hoes Joseph Hoffman rf AUTO
    6. Ron Davis All-Stars Donald Keim cf
    7. Glastonbury Wayward Sons Edward Wilham p
    8. Garden State Hoes Stephen Morris p AUTO
    Last edited by bigdbpimpin1; January 28, 2020 at 10:37 AM.
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    Re: 2092 Amateur Draft: Block 1 due 1/22 9amET

    moved the blocks down a day, i forgot to pm everyone and edit the title thread.

    Block 1 (1-6) Due 1/22 9amET


    1. Kalamazoo Knights
    2. Cambridge Hawks
    3. Babylon Hepatoscopes
    4. Seaside Silver Surfers
    5. Renville Rum Runners
    6. Lowell Lock Monsters
    -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: 2092 Amateur Draft: Block 1 due 1/22 9amET

    The Knights select 2B Bradley Crowley.

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    Re: 2092 Amateur Draft: Block 1 due 1/22 9amET

    -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: 2092 Amateur Draft: Block 1 due 1/22 9amET

    Gators take SS Normandin

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    Re: 2092 Amateur Draft: Block 3 (13-18) Due 1/24 9amET

    Sorry, work was a non stop thing today. block 3 starting late. hoping everyone gets there picks in by 9am, if not i will probably extend the time.

    Block 3 (13-18) Due 1/24 9amET

    1. Packer Hall Challengers
    2. Glastonbury Wayward Sons
    3. Saint Croix Hamiltonians
    4. Ron Davis All-Stars
    5. Charleston Griffins
    6. Tamugan Tropics
    -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: 2092 Amateur Draft: Block 3 (13-18) Due 1/24 9amET

    -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: 2092 Amateur Draft: Block 4 (19-24) Due 1/25 9amET

    Cypress takes 2B Ryan Reed at #20.

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    Re: 2092 Amateur Draft: Block 4 (19-24) Due 1/25 9amET

    Seattle takes Frederick English - P at #21

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    Re: 2092 Amateur Draft: Block 4 (19-24) Due 1/25 9amET

    -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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