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  • 1909-1910 off-season thread

    Sunday October 25, 9 PM Eastern - RFA initial bids due
    Wednesday, Oct 28, 9 PM EST - Deadline for submitting RFA topping bids
    Friday Oct 30, 9 PM EST - Deadline for teams to match RFA bids
    Saturday Oct 31, 9 AM EST - Rookie Draft Clock Starts- draft thread will go up sooner and picks will be permitted as soon as it does.
    Wednesday, November 11 (9 PM EST): Rookie draft ends
    Thursday, Nov 12 (9:01 PM EST): free agent bidding begins
    Saturday, Nov 14 9PM EST): first bid list posted, & 250K bid phase begins
    Sunday,Nov 15th (8PM EST): 250k round ends & first phase signings announced
    Sunday, Nov 15th (9PM EST): 500K bid phase begins
    Monday, Nov 16th (8 PM EST): 500K phase ends
    Monday, Nov 16th (9PM EST): 1M bid phase begins
    Tues, Nov 17th (7PM EST): third phase signings announced
    Tuesday, Nov 17th (8PM EST), Live bidding begins & ends once all active players are signed
    Wednesday, Nov 18th(10AM EST): Free signing period for any team under 30 begins once results are posted
    Saturday, Nov 21(midnight EST): all teams must be at 35 or take cap penalty for vacant roster spaces
    Tuesday, Nov 24(midnight EST): deadline for submitting Opening Day profile
    Wednesday, Nov 25: Opening Day
    Last edited by rmadachik; 10-08-2015, 03:45 PM.
    Baseball statistics are like a girl in a bikini. They show a lot, but not everything. ~Toby Harrah

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    1910 Data sheet

    Go to post #80 in this thread for updated files.
    Last edited by aleajactaest10044; 10-17-2015, 10:27 AM.

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    • #3
      1910 Fargo Grey Eagles

      RFA
      Stahl, Jake 1B - Fargo will opt to pursue a contract with Mr. Stahl under the RFA draft

      Fargo management wishes to thank the following members of the squad for their service as they depart for new horizons.

      URFA
      Reulbach, Ed
      McCormick, Moose
      Bergen, Bill
      Barbeau, Jap
      Schlei, Admiral (Non-tender)
      Keeler, Willie (19AB 1910) - Injury Replacement only
      Last edited by aleajactaest10044; 10-23-2015, 10:48 PM.

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      • #4
        The Anaheim Angels have a whole bunch of business moves for the 1910 season.


        The following is a list of players whose contracts have expired and are no longer under the employ of Angels.

        Lou Criger
        Fred Jacklitsch
        Fred Tenney
        Ed Abbaticchio
        Bobby Wallace
        Cy Seymour
        Doc Gessler
        Al Shaw

        The following player has retired after the 1909 season concluded

        Bill Shipke


        The Following player are eligible for Restricted Free Agency

        Addie Joss
        Mordecai Brown
        Kaiser Wilhelm
        Last edited by FlavorfulChinook; 09-28-2015, 12:37 PM.
        -Steve

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        • #5
          Here are the changes for the 1910 Tigers:

          Unrestricted Free Agents:
          * Pat Donahue
          * Frank Roth
          * George Moriarty
          * Elmer Flick
          * Danny Hoffman
          * Harry Lumley
          * Bill Foxen
          * Long Tom Hughes

          Restricted Free Agents:
          * <strike>Frank Corridon (RFA)</strike> incorrectly listed; contract runs from 1904 through 1910 and should remain on Tiger roster.

          Retired:
          * Alan Storke
          * Frank Isbell
          * Jake Weimer

          Cuts:
          * Slow Joe Doyle
          * Ray Demmitt
          Last edited by scubadan; 10-20-2015, 04:11 PM.
          Dan
          CKL - Maloy Boys
          P2PKL - Detroit Tigers

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          • #6
            Is anybody interested in Rebel Oakes? He's an okay hitting, very good fielding CFer. He's on a $0.5M rookie contract through 1913, and can be had for cheap
            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDxgNjMTPIs

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            • #7
              Does anybody have a need for Al Bridwell or Frank Chance?
              Both are available and I won't be needing much in return. Chance and Bridwell should have good 1910 seasons. Chance is under contract thru 1911 and Bridwell thru 1910.
              -Steve

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              • #8
                Originally posted by FlavorfulChinook View Post
                Does anybody have a need for Al Bridwell or Frank Chance?
                Both are available and I won't be needing much in return. Chance and Bridwell should have good 1910 seasons. Chance is under contract thru 1911 and Bridwell thru 1910.
                Just clarifying on Chance...Post 544 in this thread from the 1908-09 off-season has him as a 2 year contract, that would make this the last season for his contract.

                http://www.baseball-fever.com/showth...-Thread/page22

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by aleajactaest10044 View Post
                  Just clarifying on Chance...Post 544 in this thread from the 1908-09 off-season has him as a 2 year contract, that would make this the last season for his contract.

                  http://www.baseball-fever.com/showth...-Thread/page22
                  Well, I feel a bit foolish, I'm glad someone is keeping proper track of my own team.

                  Thanks for the clarification.
                  -Steve

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by FlavorfulChinook View Post
                    Well, I feel a bit foolish, I'm glad someone is keeping proper track of my own team.

                    Thanks for the clarification.
                    No need to feel foolish! I'm just a bit of a spreadsheet junkie!

                    I like Chance, but would need to offset his salary requirements for a deal to occur.
                    Last edited by aleajactaest10044; 09-29-2015, 09:56 AM.

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                    • #11
                      Grey Eagles looking at a potential trade of their first round rookie draft choice. This would equate to the sixth pick in the draft.

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                      • #12
                        Speaking of draft - Dan, can you please run the draft lottery. Here is the lottery ticket breakdown:

                        Asylum - 10
                        Kalamazoo - 7
                        Richmond - 5
                        Cleveland - 2
                        Baseball statistics are like a girl in a bikini. They show a lot, but not everything. ~Toby Harrah

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                        • #13
                          Yeah, no need to feel bad about Chance. Every single owner in this league has made mistakes like that.

                          Although it would have been bad if a trade was made, and nobody noticed the mistake until after the 1910 season
                          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDxgNjMTPIs

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                          • #14
                            I think the draft last year was characterized by too much money in the war chests with hyperinflation of salaries. I had Sam Crawford for a year at what I thought was a crazy salary, who knew I may have been better making it a multi-year deal.

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                            • #15
                              Comparing 1909 vs. 1910 at this stage...

                              1909 - 438.25M salary total/212 players signed

                              1910 - 658M salary total/235 players signed


                              1909 URFA signings 50 contracts for 369.5M
                              Last edited by aleajactaest10044; 10-08-2015, 12:11 PM. Reason: Adjusted for database corrections

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