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Thread: Draft Organization Next Season: Keeper v. Non Keeper

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dart Shark View Post
    One thing we do in our fantasy baseball draft is establish "keeper rounds" -- meaning players drafted in rounds 13-25 are keeper eligible, making sure the best wrestlers are still available for anyone to pick up the next season. The keeper rounds are where you take your chances for a future star.

    I realize I wasn't in the league last year, but to have someone latch hold of someone like Brent Metcalf for x-number of seasons makes things go sour. I'd have loved to hang on to Vladimir Guerrero for a few seasons and would have gladly given up my first round pick (whether it be #2 or #14). See the point?

    The snake order is probably the best in terms of drafting.
    I like this idea, it does give newcomers a better chance... Can I give my keeper to someone entering the league?

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    I would prefer the keeper league, small wonder since I have Ness. Keep in mind that guys may be keeping guys on their team that weren't first round picks. I picked up Mr. Marable in the 6th or 7th round I think so there may be others.
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    Default Re: Draft Organization Next Season: Keeper v. Non Keeper

    Well, again, it's not my league, I'm just going off what we have done in my fantasy baseball league the last six years. It's a league of sports writers, which sucks when one of them is the Reds beatwriter (and he adds and drops on insider info!).

    When people elected to NOT use a keeper, the person giving up the pick had his name thrown back in the hat for a draft position.

    Marable, by definition, would have been a "GREAT" keeper pick. He's they type of wrestlers the keeper rounds are designed for, the "prospect," so to speak.

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    I'm still debating on how I want to do it. Other than Grips, and Gofer I don't know how many people we get back would definitely keep guys.

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    I am still debating on keeping anyone. I am good either way.
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    Default Re: Draft Organization Next Season: Keeper v. Non Keeper

    Quote Originally Posted by JensenS View Post
    I'm still debating on how I want to do it. Other than Grips, and Gofer I don't know how many people we get back would definitely keep guys.

    I'll be in for the repeat!

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    Count this guy in, keeper or not.
    You do the math..... I'll do the alfredo!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!

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    I'm in this year, regardless.

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    Is the league full or can a new guy join?

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