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The Three True Outcomes podcast is back to chat about the state of the podcast, the state of the game, and how both impact (or don’t impact) Scoresheet. From MLB roster construction to the run scoring environment, we spend some time talking about how the trends in MLB might impact Scoresheet strategy and suggest a few updates and alterations to improve Scoresheet in response to these trends.

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bballexec
5/26
A couple of options to roster management. AL-Sail has a 40 player roster cap and each team has 10 free agent picks that they use anytime between the end of draft and the trade deadline. Also, to address injuries started BL-Power Root which is a 10 team BL where each owner has three MLB teams from which to draw players. There is no draft. Through 7 weeks almost no player AAA, only catcher AAA has gotten 3 appearances and 1 AB. Owners maintain a 50 player roster. Players from their 3 teams can be added any time, so long as someone is dropped to make room on the roster. Clearly an all-star effect, but you at least should always have players so the game is more about strategy rather than avoiding injuries. There is an AL and a NL division, each team is assigned one team in each division. Dave C in SNC
st08stinard
5/27
Years ago I played in a NL League with weekly free agent claims. It worked well. I liked it.