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Thread: 2137 draft movement and trades

  1. #11
    Join Date
    Jan 2009
    South Jersey (Philly born and raised)

    Re: 2137 draft movement and trades

    Turda Trades:
    Brad McLemore DH
    11th pick
    Salary Filler

    Worcester Trades:
    Richard Chesson RF
    Gregory Loveless RF
    Rocco Aratani P
    Francis Brown P
    Craig Taylor P

  2. #12

    Re: 2137 draft movement and trades

    From Gatlinburg Tramcars:
    CF: J Self ($1,744,000)
    P: G Foster ($2,438,000)

    From Fort Worth Outlaws:
    SS: J Taylor ($7,589,000)

  3. #13
    Join Date
    Aug 2005

    Re: 2137 draft movement and trades

    Whoa, a 7.6M SS!

  4. #14
    Join Date
    Jan 2016

    Re: 2137 draft movement and trades

    From Gburg:

    3B Kimber
    Pick 9

    From Golden Bears:
    2B Rivera

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    XB TriStars (2049-) Div: 17, Conf: 8, WS: 1
    2ML Colonels (1963-) Div: 10, Conf: 5, WS: 4
    BD Wildcats (2048-) Div: 15, Conf: 11, WS: 6
    CarL Carousers (2031-) Div: 14, Conf: 10, WS: 6
    TDD Kaws (2103-) Div: 8, Conf: 6, WS: 3
    Brockmire Monarchs (1981-) Div: 6, Conf: 3, WS: 2
    TCL Tramcars (2122-)
    KBL Smokers (2042-) Div: 2, Conf: 2, WS: 2
    LoL Brewers (2113-)
    Past teams in WS: 10-20

  5. #15
    Join Date
    Aug 2004
    Minneapolis, MN

    Re: 2137 draft movement and trades

    Trade Proposals

    Trade proposed by Fighting Physicists to Detroit Collateral Damage:

    From Detroit Collateral Damage:
    P: Ralph Osborne ($3,566,000)
    P: Michael Vandenbosch ($4,485,000)
    CF: Robert Bryant ($1,006,000)

    From Fighting Physicists:
    First Round Draft Pick: #1 overall
    CF: George Taylor ($1,480,000)
    P: Juan Espinoza ($1,675,000)
    P: James Logan ($2,033,000)

    From Detroit Collateral Damage:
    RF: Barney Colley ($5,810,000)
    1B: Donald Butler ($3,121,000)

    From Fighting Physicists:
    C: Eric Richardson ($1,805,000)
    RF: John Eddings ($1,764,000)
    P: Victor Hill ($2,433,000)
    Last edited by dl3mk3; April 11, 2021 at 01:19 PM.
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  6. #16
    Join Date
    Nov 2006

    Re: 2137 draft movement and trades

    Trade proposed by Fort Worth Outlaws to Detroit Collateral Damage:

    From Detroit Collateral Damage:
    SS: Kevin Brannigan ($1,789,000)
    P: Timothy Barnes ($1,970,000)
    P: Vernon Hall ($1,541,000)

    From Fort Worth Outlaws:
    First Round Draft Pick: #16 overall
    RF: Ali Mitchell ($1,419,000)
    P: Vernon Beck ($1,471,000)

  7. #17

    Re: 2137 draft movement and trades

    From Ft Worth to Detroit
    1st Round Draft Pick: #16 overall
    OF Ali Mitchell
    RP Vernon Beck

    From Detroit to Ft Worth
    SS Kevin Brannigan
    RP Timothy Barnes
    RP Vernon Hall

  8. #18
    Join Date
    Dec 2005
    central virginia

    Re: 2137 draft movement and trades

    Can't believe I'm giving up a 1st rd pick for a guy you signed from FA. So wrong. But no one else made any offers."
    - Owner, Elgin Spam Eaters
    From Minnetonka Saints:1B: Manual Carter ($2,965,000)From Elgin Spam Eaters:First Round Draft Pick: #23 overallSecond Round Draft Pick: #47 overallRF: Robert Silverman ($2,726,000)
    -Parce que j'ai le jeu, mes chiennes.
    -Translation; 'cause I got game *****es!

    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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