Monday: real-life MLB stats downloaded through preceding Sunday.
Tuesday: lineup deadline, by Midnight (Pacific Time).
Wednesday: ASFBL games played through previous Sunday.
How does ASFBL work?
· It uses a computer simulation rather than a point system;
· You start with the Opening Day roster of an actual major league team, rather than a draft;
· You can use AAA players;
· There is a Wins Above Reality prize category in addition to the traditional Postseason prizes; which means that at least …
· Eighteen of the thirty owners are eligible for prizes.
The league has thirty owners, one for each real life major league club. ASFBL hopes to have active, excited players who enjoy learning about baseball by participating in a dialogue and interaction-rich fantasy simulation league. There are no transaction fees, so that everyone can make the maximum number of moves without any financial penalty.
The initial entry fee of $100 is designed to compensate for administrative and ergonomic expenses, and reward those who finish in an award category. That having been said, keep in mind that nobody has ever gotten rich playing fantasy baseball. If you want to have fun with a great game, play with us. If you want to get rich gambling, go to Las Vegas.
If there is anything that you still feel fuzzy about after reading the League Description or other links, feel free to email league co-commissioner Leo Leckie at email@example.com.