SF Fantasy Baseball League 2009

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  1. Gaius Pompeius Trimalchio

    Gaius Pompeius Trimalchio Senior member

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    Love the final format of the league and the new draft time.
     
  2. Tokyo Slim

    Tokyo Slim In Time Out

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    Oh Well... Didn't see post till now. I don't care for rotisserie, and I'm not too crazy about the scoring system either. BUT if anyone drops out, let me know. It'a always fun to play against Mr. 35%.
    Stevie, if you can find one more person to sign up, you can join. I don't really care if we have a 12 man league or 14 man league. I thought you were in already... You have about four and a half days to let me know. It just won't be the same unless I can talk shit about your weak-ass team and your lame excuse making (You don't really like rotisserie?!?! For Fantasy BASEBALL?!?! Starting with the bogus excuses before you are even in the league... sounds just like you. [​IMG] )
     
  3. Baron

    Baron Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Stevie, if you can find one more person to sign up, you can join. I don't really care if we have a 12 man league or 14 man league. I thought you were in already... You have about four and a half days to let me know.

    It just won't be the same unless I can talk shit about your weak-ass team and your lame excuse making (You don't really like rotisserie?!?! For Fantasy BASEBALL?!?! Starting with the bogus excuses before you are even in the league... sounds just like you. [​IMG] )


    Sorry guys - I gotta bail on the league. I have a conflict on Saturday and I don't want to screw up the schedule anymore. Maybe Steve can take my place?
     
  4. Baron

    Baron Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Sorry guys - I gotta bail on the league. I have a conflict on Saturday and I don't want to screw up the schedule anymore. Maybe Steve can take my place?

    wait a minute - are we scheduled for saturday morning or night?

    edit: forget it - I see now. Saturday night. I'm out. I'll remove my team from the Yahoo page.
     
  5. Steve B.

    Steve B. Go Spurs Go

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    Yo, 35 cents, League's full...

    Thought Baron was dropping out...

    If something frees up CALL me at Number I'm PMing you...

    Yes I don't like rotisserie- any knothead (like you) can play it. No category for triples, runs, obp. IP problem is eliminated by that being a category- shut outs, complete games also count..

    Less skill, less strategy...
     
  6. Tokyo Slim

    Tokyo Slim In Time Out

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    Yo, 35 cents, League's full... Thought Baron was dropping out... If something frees up CALL me at Number I'm PMing you... Yes I don't like rotisserie- any knothead (like you) can play it. No category for triples, runs, obp. IP problem is eliminated by that being a category- shut outs, complete games also count.. Less skill, less strategy...
    Dude, you would find something to bitch about in a bed made of titties. Baron, sorry to see you go man, but please make sure to drop out of the league and post it in the thread here or PM steve so he can take your spot. Maybe we can shut Steve's whining yap hole for a few days before the draft... upon the completion of which, he will undoubtedly critically examine all other teams errors in roster selection with his "pro baseball scout level" eye, before being trounced like a nancyboy in a schoolyard tussle once the season actually begins.
     
  7. Steve B.

    Steve B. Go Spurs Go

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    I fart in your general direction.

    And if you draft like the team you posted, you might as well light your $100 on fire... [​IMG]
     
  8. Baron

    Baron Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    OK - I thought it was deleted before but I just did it again and I should be out. I was Sons of Steve Garvey by the way - let me know if my team reappears for some reason.
     
  9. Tokyo Slim

    Tokyo Slim In Time Out

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    And if you draft like the team you posted, you might as well light your $100 on fire... [​IMG]
    Steve...you are like a broken record. I thought we went through this last year, when I SLAUGHTERED you in FF. I didn't even TRY the last 5 or so weeks... and you STILL lost by almost 200 points. Remember drafting Daunte Culpepper last year? Good call dude. [​IMG] You also, IIRC took Larry Johnson number one in your other league last year, buying into the hype like a newbie stooge. Who's fantasy baseball magazine did you buy this year to tell you what opinion to have? Suckered again, no doubt.You don't have the chops to knock my draft until you beat me. Since that has yet to happen, you now get to plug your cakehole with crow. My theory stands that you play with a bunch of rank amateurs who's ineptitude pads your yahoo ranking. I play with people who eat, sleep, and breathe baseball and football. And this year I enjoyed my highest draft ranking ever, 8 out of 12.
     
  10. Steve B.

    Steve B. Go Spurs Go

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    BLAH BLAH BLAH. I finished second to you in a league I autodrafted because I hadn't set my league e-mail to "on". And I don't mind finishing second. Kudos to you. You may win again. And I for one will be a good sport about it.

    I think this may be the most compettive league I've played in so far. Relish the opportunity although I wish it was H2H.

    Just for grins, I'm going to post a link showing how much right Slim has talking trash about my fantasy capabilities:

    http://profiles.sports.yahoo.com/com...2=sinsecticide

    And yes, we do need a life...
     
  11. Steve B.

    Steve B. Go Spurs Go

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    Anyway- Here's MY team from the last draft I did:

    1b- Ortiz
    2b- Brian Roberts
    ss- Reyes
    3b-Atkins
    of- Beltran
    of- Pierre
    of- Crawford
    c-Pudge

    reserves- Patterson, Lugo, Furcal, B. Molina, T.Helton

    sp- Smoltz
    sp- Randy Johnson
    sp-Oswalt
    sp-Westbrook
    sp- Lilly
    sp- Milwood

    Closers

    K-Rod, Saito, Borowoski

    Wonder who's gonna finish higher?

    BTW what was decided on for a fee?
     
  12. Tokyo Slim

    Tokyo Slim In Time Out

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    My theory stands that you play with a bunch of rank amateurs who's ineptitude pads your yahoo ranking.

    The above is the ultimate come-back to any future posts Steve might make in comparison between our Yahoo standings, because for as good as he claims he is, he is still at BEST second place. (He only squeezed into second in the last few weeks of the season last year, which I will attribute to luck rather than skill) His sit/start judgement is HORRIBLE, and if things don't go his way, he likes to whine about how easy our scoring system is, and how even a beginner can accidentaly win with it...even though he continues to be dominated by me.

    What is that phony-ass draft supposed to show us Steve?
    What did you draft, like first second and third? Half your position players were gone by the time my first pick rolled around. Just goes to show you what a punk ass Steve is. He gloats because he can win a league with the number 3, 7, 8 and 15 ranked players in the entire league on his team.
     
  13. Baron

    Baron Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Now I'm officially pissed I dropped out - I had no idea you guys were such blowhards.[​IMG]
     
  14. Steve B.

    Steve B. Go Spurs Go

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    One finish, one slot higher is not domination.

    I really do like you Slim- except when your mouth is open.

    We'll see how it plays out. I rather suspect Tiger or Bill to be wiping the walk with us...

    Again, what's the fee?

    If it's $100 that would add up to a nice pair of English shoes.
     
  15. Steve B.

    Steve B. Go Spurs Go

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    My NL rotisserie league is nowhere near as good. reverse sit'n good pitching, no hitting.

    Have David Wright and almost no one else.
     

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