– Removal of Most Improved Player
– Converted HWB to Short Season A
– Addition of Winter League
– Changes in Ammy draft: The first round of the draft is now live (in-game); remaining rounds will be list or auto
– New cut off date for signing players with compensations (May 1st)
More details to come.
NOTE: If I missed anything, feel free to…[Read more]
Please let me know by posting here or via Slack. If everyone is planning to get the game after our post season, then we can talk about switching to 19. Thanks!
Who’s getting OOTP 19?
Tim – Surf Dawgs
Brandon – Gold Sox
Royce – Sultans
Peezy – Outlaws
Troj – Seawolves
Justin – Curve
Duke – Scrappers
Matt – Admirals
Trey – Bats
Sy – Marauders
Don -…[Read more]
PIAA District 10
Cathedral Preparatory School
Central High School
Iroquois High School
Mcdowell High School
Harbor Creek Senior High School
General Mclane High School
North East High School
Seneca High School
Union City High School
Strong Vincent High School
Northwestern High School
Fort Leboeuf High School
Fairview High School
East High…[Read more]
College schools we already have:
I need to add 34 new teams/schools in our feeder league to improve our draft classes. Can you give me a list of schools that you want to see in our feeder league? For logos and uniforms, we have lot of generic ones on OOTP forum, so I’m not too concerned with it.
I need 17 new schools for college feeder and 17 in HS feeder.
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With the month of May closing out lets look at where the Sultans stand in the division and some of their top performers. April was a pretty terrible month for our boys at 8-16, however a hot May puts us right back […]
Dawgs are officially “re-building”. Arvizu, amongst others are expected to be traded.
CBL America, the finest amateur baseball publication in this universe, has released their top 5 draft prospects as the CBL Amateur Draft gets underway.
Notes: The odds on favorite to win the Golden Arm […]
Sultans start off 2-1 and are in pursuit of their first ever winning season.
Roque Vela was the youngest student in his medical school graduating class, at just 21 years old. A childhood genius from Mexico, Vela was always destined to one day be educated in the United States, and was […]
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