Getting into baseball in the '80s, my favorite players for some reason was anyone on the Redsox, Vince Coleman, & Pete Incavilgia. Well, as it is, plenty of Redsox get used, and Vincent Van Go shows up quite a bit too. But not Ol' Inky. So, this league is designed to use him and any other not-good-enough-to-face-Joss type hitters and to give them a fair shake for once.
Pete's career high in Avg is .274, Obp .332, Slg .530. So, every hitter in this league must have numbers that are worse than that, so a .270 avg, .325 obp, and a .525 slg are the limits on the batters. The only exception is Pete. He must be on your roster. And you can use ANY season of his. Even one of his "career years'.
The pitching, well, to give these all-or-nothing hitters a chance, all pitchers must have an Era at or over 3.00, a Whip at or higher than 1.20, an OAvg of .250 or higher, and have at least a .50 hr/9 stat or greater.
24 team, standard Wis 4/4/4
Cap: $80 mil
DH, Trades: Yes
WW, AAA, Injuries: No
Hitters : <.270 avg, <.325 obp, < .525 slg, only exception is any Incalvigla season is usable
Pitchers: > 3.00 Era, > 1.20 Whip, > .250 Oavg, > .50 hr/9
Pick from one of the following 16 stadiums, to give the hitters an edge:
Ameriquest Field in Arlington, Atlanta Fulton County Stadium, Baker Bowl, Bank One Ballpark, Chase Field, Coors Field, Enron Field, Fenway Park, Memorial Coliseum, Metropolitan Stadium, Mile High Stadium, Oriole Park (IV), Sportsman's Park (III), Weeghman Park, Wrigley Field, Wrigley Field (LAA)
11/26/2012 7:06 PM (edited)