League Settings

  • For a full explanation of scoring types, view our Scoring Formats rules page.

Basic Settings
The Show
10
Head to Head Points
League Manager
Yes
Roster

Current Roster Size: 25

Total Starters: 20

Total On Bench: 5 (1 DL)

PositionStartersMaximum
Catcher (C)2No Limit
First Base (1B)1No Limit
Second Base (2B)1No Limit
Third Base (3B)1No Limit
Shortstop (SS)1No Limit
Middle Infielder (2B/SS)1N/A
Corner Infielder (1B/3B)1N/A
Left Field (LF)0No Limit
Center Field (CF)0No Limit
Right Field (RF)0No Limit
Outfield (OF)4N/A
Designated Hitter (DH)0No Limit
Utility (UTIL)1N/A
Starting Pitcher (SP)5No Limit
Relief Pitcher (RP)2No Limit
Bench (BE)5N/A
Disabled List (DL)1N/A
  • The "Starters" column represents the number of players your league starts in each roster slot.
  • The "Max" column represents the maximum number of players at each position allowed on a roster.
  • The maximum allowed roster size is any combination of 40 slots.
  • Roster settings can not be edited after your league's draft is complete.
  • You can not add slots after your league has drafted. You must reset the draft in order to do so.
  • You can not decrease position maxes or change maxes that were previously zero after your league has drafted.

Games Played Limits (Maximums)
No Limit
No Limit
Scoring
Batting
Singles (1B)1Doubles (2B)2
Triples (3B)3Home Runs (HR)4
Walks (BB)1Runs Scored (R)1
Runs Batted In (RBI)1Stolen Bases (SB)2
Strikeouts (K)-1Intentional Walks (IBB)0.5
Hit by Pitch (HBP)0.5Caught Stealing (CS)-1
Hitting for the Cycle (CYC)10
Pitching
Innings Pitched (IP)1.02Earned Runs (ER)-1
Wins (W)5Losses (L)-3
Saves (SV)5Blown Saves (BS)-3
Strikeouts (K)1Hits Allowed (H)-0.25
Walks Issued (BB)-0.25Shutouts (SO)5
Hit Batsmen (HB)-0.3Complete Games (CG)5
Quality Starts (QS)4No Hitters (NH)10
Perfect Games (PG)15
Team and Division Settings
NL Central
Old Mother HubbardsFully Torqued
Welcome to NellyvilleSER POUNCE
Team Tommy SucksTeam Brandenborg
Meat TossersBad Titties
Robin Ventura: Pet DetectiveCueto's Cutie Pies
  • League rules are defaulted to ESPN's standard settings.
  • Click here to view a full list of league setting locktime rules.

Player Rules
Yes
All MLB
Acquisition and Waiver Rules
Weekly - Lock at First Game of Week
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  • ?
  • ?
No Waivers
No Limit
No Limit
Trade Rules
No Limit
Friday, August 8, 12PM ET
1 Day
6
Keepers Rules
Yes
5
Saturday, March 1, 12AM ET
Yes
7
Sunday, March 1, 12AM ET
After a player's initial year on your roster (called his "A year"), you can elect to keep him the following season at the same price (his "B year"). After his B year, you elect to keep him for either one more season at the same price (his "C year"), after which he must be tossed back into the auction pool the following season, or you can give the player a long-term contract. For each year you extend the contract, you must increase the player's salary by $5. By example, assume I select Gonzalez at auction for $2 in 2009, and keep him for $2 in his B year in 2010. If before the 2011 season I want to extend him through 2014, I would have to pay him a total salary of $17 ($5 x 3 + $2) in each of 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014. The catch is that if I decide I don't like him and cut him prior to the end of his contract, I would lose half of his salary at auction each year until the contract expired. So there are incentives to extend long-term contracts to players who are greatly below market value, but extending a player for too long can have serious consequences if he get injured or becomes ineffective. Each year you are allowed to keep a maximum of seven players
  • Select your league's Regular Season and Playoff Bracket settings.
  • Your default schedule is automatically generated based on the number of teams and divisions in your league.
  • For more information see the Playoff Settings rules page.

Regular Season Setup
Week 1 (Start of Season)
1
20 (Playoffs start Week 21)
Based on Stat (TB)
None
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Season View
Playoff Bracket Setup
4 (2 rounds)
2 weeks per round
Total Points For
None
Playoff Bracket View
    

  • For a full explanation of draft methods, view our Draft Methods rules page.
  • Need to reset your draft? Click here.

Draft Type
Your league conducts its own offline draft and you submit the results manually.
Your league will participate in a live online draft with ESPN's live draft software. Based on a predetermined draft order, each team takes a turn selecting a player in a set amount of time. This type of draft is sometimes called a Snake Draft, as the draft order reverses each round.
Your league's rosters are automatically drafted based on each team's pre-draft rankings list. Each team owner will receive an email upon the draft's completion.
Your league will participate in a live online auction draft using ESPN's auction draft software. In an auction draft, teams begin with a set budget and take turns nominating players to be auctioned off to the highest bidder.
Draft Settings
Auction
Sunday, March 30, 2014 at 6:30 PM ET
260