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Old 11-06-2014, 04:08 PM   #1
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Very long time league looking for owners

Full League Name (Initials): RLPA Reboot
Main URL: RLPA - Home
Reports URL: BNN Home Page
Boards URL: Replacement Level Players Association ? Index page
Commissioner(s) OOTP Forum Username(s): Anthony Giacalone (anthonygiacalone) or Mark Wiffen (wiffen)
Email Address: giacalone.anthony@gmail.com
OOTP Version: 15
Game Needed: yes
Players: historical
# of Teams: 28
Export Deadlines Days And Times: MWF 5 pm ET
League Time Per Sim: 10 days
First Season: 1985
Latest Season: 2003
Special Rules & Settings: no personnel or scouting, soft cap of $80 million, bankruptcy rule, three-year extension max, no minor league extensions
Currently Available Teams:
Cleveland Indians
San Francisco Giants
Texas Rangers

One of the OOTP community's longer running leagues (since 2004), The RLPA has a few openings for its 2004 season. RLPA is in it's 11th year simming after starting with a group of associates brought together at Baseball Think Factory. Our website and forum is located at RLPA - Home

RLPA Reboot, an historical league, was based on the model of our highly successful RLPA Classic league. The Reboot started with the 1985 season and contains 28 real-life teams. We do not use managers, personnel or scouting. We manually create each new draftee to make sure that the ratings are all realistic when each player enters the league. Additionally, each draft pool considers MLEs to make draftees as realistic as possible. We have not altered the game-generated personality or injury ratings. Also, the league will have the normal average rating of 100 for talent changes, which has introduced that great element of chance so that some great players have failed miserably while others have become stars.

Our finances are not historically accurate. Our tradition (through 40 simmed years of RLPA) has been to have a soft-cap set at $80 million dollars. All our markets are of equal size, so there is not an inherent advantage to being in New York as opposed to Cincinnati.

You can take a look at our website at RLPA - Home

We think that you will really enjoy our community.
Hope to hear from you or see you on the RLPA forums,

Anthony Giacalone
Commissioner, RLPA Reboot
Commissioner, The Antiquity League

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We've placed three new owners (actually two old owners and a new owner) on vacant teams but we still have three openings. The league has just starting the 2004-2005 off-season, so it's a good time to take over a squad.

The San Francisco Giants play in a tough division but won 92 games in 2004 and the World Championship in 2003. Their minor league system is dry but their big-league team is filled with studs (Roy Oswalt, Mark Mulder, Francisco Cordero, Miguel Cabrera, Trot Nixon)

The Texas Rangers have had only one losing season since 1994. Unfortunately, it was last year. But they were under their pythags and should have finished at 82-80. So, they are pretty good right now but they also have the fifth best farm system in the game, featuring Curtis Granderson, Wade Davis, Matt Capps and Juan Francisco, Brendan Ryan, and Geovany Soto) Their starting staff is weak but headed by Chris Carpenter and their offense features Todd Helton, and OP players Mike Simms (.945 OPS) and Luis Gonzalez (.813 OPS).

The Cleveland Indians are a bit of project. They have the best player in the game, an aging-but-awesome OP Sammy Sosa (1.213 OPS in 2004), plus Jay Gibbons and a good reliever in Rafael Soriano. They've been a 78-85 win team for most of the last 15 year but a lack of good ownership has hurt them. Their farm system features Ian Desmond, Ryan Garko, Kyle Blanks, David Hernandez and a boosted Shawn Kelley but isn't particularly special.

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