Start the drum roll!  Twenty-six weeks down and now we have twenty-six more until the start of next year’s fantasy baseball season.  It’s perfect symmetry, because fantasy baseball is the perfect fantasy sport. Before we turn our eyes to next season we first have to recap this past season and with that, our overall Razzball Commenter Leagues Champion…Backdoor Splitters!  It was a wild back and forth between Backdoor and FFB since week 16 or so. I’m pretty pumped for the Splitters for a couple reasons. Firstly, Backdoor has been knocking on the front door of an overall title for many seasons now.  In 2018, they finished 6th overall, 2017 – 18th overall, 2016 – 3rd overall, 2015 – 5th overall and 2014 – 29th overall. Not too shabby, eh? This also marks the first time an ECFBL champ has won the overall title. I’m partial to the ECFBL, having taken over as commish of the league for the late, great Paulie Allnuts back in 2014 and being a member since 2013.  In that time we’ve had a couple second overall finishes and a handful of top 20s but never an overall. It’s perennially one of the toughest RCLs with a high League Competitive Index that makes it tough to really run away with the league. Backdoor Splitters, in his first season in the league did just that though, running away with things with a 112 point score. That, coupled with the 108 LCI was enough to take the overall crown by 0.8 points.  The Splitters really rake it in, winning themselves a $250 Best Buy gift card! More importantly though, the Splitters get a Razzball T-Shirt and RCL glory. Who can put a price on that? Oh, it’s $25, well then, moving on. You may know the Splitters more by their commenting handle of The Big Yabu, so the next time you see a comment (likely in this post) be sure to heap on the praise and congratulations. The Splitters fended off some very tough competitors this year to claim the RCL crown.  The Fat Fuckin Babies were the toughest competition, I gave it a quick run as did a handful of others. This is The Backdoor Splitters’ moment though, so hopefully they pop in, take a bow and soak it up, they earned it.  

Here’s what else what happened this year and this final week of the RCLs:

‘PERTY ‘PERTS

Each week we’ll peek in at our resident ‘perts to see who is laying claim to best “expert” RCLer in the land.  We’ll take notes, check the standings and generally stalk them.  The heading is also hyperlink, so feel free to follow along as we go.

It is not my honor, or my pleasure (kidding!), but it is my duty to announce the winner of the 2019 ‘Perts League is none other than Mr. Fantasy Master Lothario himself, Grey Albright!  This marks the third time Grey has won the ‘Perts League as he seems to be an odd year RCL player, winning in 2015, 2017 and now, 2019. Saberhagenmetrics at it’s finest!  Grey held off my late surge and this marks the second straight season I’ve finished runner up.  Despite no money being on the line here, I want to win this darn league more than most others, maybe next year!  Grey led the league in Runs, homers, strikeouts and saves this season, making for a very balanced team. Congrats Grey, I’m glad I could at least push you the final week!

Donkey Teeth rounds out the podium and in a stunning upset, Tehol did NOT finish in last place despite abandoning his team in May.  Cram It led the offense this year with 57 of a possible 60 points there. I held the most pitching points with 52.5, but Grey was right behind me with 52.

TOP 20

For those too lazy to check the MASTER STANDINGS, I present to you, the current top 10

I’m expanding the top 10 to the top 20 for the final standings.  Stand up and give a hearty pat on the rear end to your end of season top 20.  Most of these teams made an appearance in the top 10 at some point this year and it takes some serious effort to make the top 20 at season’s end.  The end of season IP penalties shook up the LCIs quite a bit, causing a stir, so be sure to check out where everyone finished:

RK TEAM LEAGUE RCL PTS LG PTS LG INDEX MASTER PTS
1 Backdoor Splitters ECFBL 119.8 112 108 113.5
2 Fat Fuckin’ Babies RCL 2019 (#57) 118.6 117.5 102 116.4
3 UpNorth RCL 2019 (#65) 113.2 110 106 106.7
4 kumamoto expungers RCL 2019 (#45) 112 109.5 106 105
5 Prague Defenestrators RCL 2019 (#15) 111 108 103 108.8
6 MattTruss223 DFSers Anonymous 109.9 102 108 105.7
7 Acuna Moncada RCL 2019 (#46) 109.7 109 103 106.1
8 Backdoor Cutters Night of the Living Zombinos 109.7 102 109 102.9
9 The Great Knoche RCL 2019 (#5) 107.8 108 102 105
10 EvilEvies Cougs R Us 107.6 102 107 101.5
11 Team Tokyo RCL 2019 (#50) 107.5 103 103 107.5
12 Orchids of Asia Crab Army 107.2 108 100 107
13 BEZOBRAZIE 1 Cougs R Us 107.2 99 107 104.1
14 Stl Squat Cobblers ECFBL 107.1 100.5 108 100.9
15 Roto-Wan Razz RCL 2019 (#2) 106.7 112 97 106.5
16 Team mcafeeeee RCL 2019 (#17) 106.6 108 101 103.9
17 Backdoor Sliders Frequent Commenters League 106.5 106 100 106.5
18 Brookhaven Modern Blue RCL 2019 (#18) 106.4 101.5 105 103.2
19 The Cherry Stones RCL 2019 (#19) 106.2 104.5 104 101
20 The Iron Horse RCL 2019 (#14) 105.7 106.5 101 103.8

Again, the Splitters claimed the top spot, let’s take a quick deep dive into this team here, shall we?  Here’s how the Splitters started their draft this year:

How did we let him draft Bellinger in the 3rd round!?  Yikes!  Villar and Escobar were huge value picks this season and Splitters nailed them both.  Imagine if Benny Baseball had come to play this year?  I had that Yelich/Bellinger combo in one RCL this year and, no surprise, I won that league and finished in the top 10 overall.  Next, let’s look at Backdoor’s trades.  There were only two as he flipped Albies for Felipe Vazquez in mid-June and then traded Robles and Villar for Walker Buehler in early July.  Otherwise, this overall title was all about the grind.  Nicely done my friend.

FFB slipped to second in the final week, sad babies.  FFB deserves some love here too, they led the way for most of the season and did so with the following draft:

Just goes to show, you can overcome a crappy draft pretty easily in these leagues if you try.  Oh, and drafting Nelson Cruz and Jonathan Villar helps.

UpNorth remained in third, a spot they held for the final five weeks.

The kumamoto expungers jumped up two spots to leap over the Prague Defenestrators and into fourth.

I was able to hold onto a top ten finish with my best team this season, finishing sixth overall.

Acuna Moncada fell two places the final week to seventh.

In case you doubted Backdoor’s skills, they also placed a team eighth overall for good measure.  Doubt not, doubters!

Congrats to the Great Knoche for a great final week, jumping up seven places to finish ninth overall!

Rounding out the top ten we have EvilEvies who moved up four spots to sneak into the final top ten.

The remainder of the top 20 includes The Squat Cobblers, Roto-Wan, mcafeeeee and yet another Backdoor squad.  In other words, some of the best in the game, nice work everyone!

WEEKLY LEADERS

The best of the best from the week that was.

R – 64 – Plesh (RCL 2019 (#62))

HR –26 – Plesh (RCL 2019 (#62))

RBIs – 71 – Plesh (RCL 2019 (#62))

SB – 15 – 3 Teams Tied

AVG – .341 – Acuña Matata (RCL 2019 (#2))

K – 219 – Writer-Wan (Writers League)

W – 17 – Writer-Wan (Writers League)

SV –  9 – HaveGunsWillTravel (RCL 2019 (#15)) & Filthy Scooter (RCL 2019 (#32))

ERA (Min. 40 IP) – 0.19 – J&G (RCL 2019 (#9)) (in 46.2 IP)

WHIP (Min. 40 IP) – 0.536 – J&G (RCL 2019 (#9))

With a lot of folks running up their IP the final week I thought we might see the strikeouts or wins weekly record fall a couple times over, but it was only one team that beat it and they destroyed it.  Roto-Wan went out and threw an incredible 219 IP which netted 213 strikeouts and 17 wins, besting the old marks of 147 and 11 quite handily. In case you are wondering, Roto-Wan’s ratios for all those innings, 4.05 ERA and 1.313 WHIP.  They squeaked over the IP limit with 1014 IP and secured a fourth place finish in the Writers League for their efforts though, well worth the price. Plesh was a one team offensive wrecking crew, trying their best to take down some records while J&G had a noble attempt at tying the ERA mark and breaking the WHIP record.  In the end though, the current records stood. Speaking of…

WEEKLY RECORDS

The best of the best from the weeks that were.

R – 78 – AutoDraft (RCL 2019 (#9))

HR –35 – Fresh Meat (Frequent Commenters League)

RBIs – 86 – The Crying Wolves (Original Recipe)

SB – 16 – Honey Bunches of Sadness (RCL 2019 (#66))

AVG – .384 – Oey Otto (RCL 2019 (#1)) & Team Baghdoian (RCL 2019 (#42))

K – 219 – Writer-Wan (Writers League)

W – 17 – Writer-Wan (Writers League)

SV –  13 – Battlin Taz (RCL 2019 (#60)) & Team Shlomo (RCL 2019 (#37))

ERA (Min. 40 IP) – 0.00 – PASTE (RCL 2019 (#56)) (in 41.2 IP)

WHIP (Min. 40 IP) – 0.456 – PASTE (RCL 2019 (#56))

These are the best weekly outputs in each category from the year that was.  If you would all stand up to receive a round of applause, that would be lovely.

TEAM OF THE WEEK

Our weekly shout out to the team that killed it the previous week.

Team: Plesh

League: RCL 2019 (#62)

Stats:   AVG: .314, R: 64, HR: 26, RBI: 71, SB: 5

IP: 79.1, ERA: 3.18, WHIP: 1.021, K: 97, W: 4, SV: 2

Summary: It’s always nice to finish strong and that’s just what Plesh did in the final week as they simply ran away with the offensive numbers.  I could have given the award this week to a team that threw 200+ innings or some other gawdy number, but that’s just quantity vs quality. Plesh managed 79.1 IP and had a nasty K/9 to go along with sweet ratios.  I’m unsure how only four wins came of all this, but nobody likes wins anyway. With the big final push, Plesh moved from fifth to third in RCL #62, gaining 7.5 points the final week. That should give the team something to rally around come Spring Training 2020 I’d say.  

TEAM OF THE WEEK OF THE YEAR

I thought it would be cool to look back at each TOW from this past season and see which week was the best week.

WEEK TEAM LEAGUE POINTS
1 Team ParkBarkley RCL 2019 (#44)
528.47 *Extra long week
2 FANTASY ICON DFSers Anonymous 295.17
3 **Rudy Vacation
4 House Balls RCL 2019 (#63)
538.81 *Extra long week
5 MattTruss Writers League 276.89
6 Fortnite Flame Throwers RCL 2019 (#16) 292.42
7 MattTruss223 DFSers Anonymous 320.74
8 Team maloudashairdresser RCL 2019 (#59) 318.3
9 SUMMER THUNDER 2 RCL 2019 (#59) 304.09
10 8th Wonders RCL 2019 (#65) 284.18
11 Fat Fuckin’ Babies RCL 2019 (#57) 340.87
12 The Dead Hand Gang RCL 2019 (#15) 376.92
13 FANTASY ICON DFSers Anonymous 292.85
14 Backdoor Splitters ECFBL 323.67
15 KingAndrus RCL 2019 (#65) 176.97
16 Cram It PERTS LEAGUE 299.76
17 **Rudy Vacation
18 Pousse-Pousse Drivers RCL 2019 (#3)
546.34 *Extra long week
19 Stl Squat Cobblers ECFBL 401.16
20 EvilEvies Cougs R Us 354.57
21 In a Ditch RCL 2019 (#64) 302.83
22 Squat Cobblers 1 RCL 2019 (#13) 314.8
23 Team DFresh RCL 2019 (#2) 377.3
24 Team DFresh RCL 2019 (#46) 358.32
25 Team jle0379 RCL 2019 (#63) 289.93
26 Plesh RCL 2019 (#62) 329.64

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Taking away the extra long weeks that followed a Rudy vacation or the start of the season and us jump-starting the RCL Update machine after the first full week it was STL Squat Cobblers’ week 19 performance that was the best of the best this year.  Their 401.16 points were pretty incredible and I remember saying at the time it was a week for the ages.

Both of our top two finishers managed a TOW honor.  FANTASY ICON was the only duplicate team to make the list however, three others, DFresh, Cobbler and myself made the list with multiple teams.  Several leagues sent multiple teams to the TOW ring of honor including RCL #59, RCL #63, RCL #65, DFSers Anonymous and ECFBL.

YEARLY LEADERS

The best of the best from the year that was.

R – 1454 – Fat Fuckin’ Babies (RCL 2019 (#57))

HR –440 – Wooh And Waah Strategy (RCL 2019 (#41))

RBIs – 1300 – Stl Squat Cobblers (ECFBL)

SB – 205 – Casterly Rock Fighting Imps (edg5) (RCL 2019 (#42))

AVG – .288 – Team Jbmwlgraphs46 (RCL 2019 (#20))

K – 1769 – Boondock Saints (RCL 2019 (#7))

W – 119 – Prague Defenestrators (RCL 2019 (#15))

SV –  184 – The Lucchesi Family (RCL 2019 (#58))

ERA (Min. 1000 IP) – 3.10 – AR3 (RCL 2019 (#3)) (in 1410.1 IP)

WHIP (Min. 1000 IP) – 1.037 – LA ConXion (RCL 2019 (#28)) (in 1340.2 IP)

IP – Fat Fuckin Babies & Diamond Archers (RCL 2019 (#57)) – 1448.1

K/9 (Min. 1000 IP) –Boondock Saints (RCL 2019 (#7)) – 11.3

MOVES – 500 – Backdoor Splitters, Fat Fuckin’ Babies, Backdoor Cutters, Stl Squat Cobblers, Squat Cobblers 2, Squat Cobblers 1, In a Ditch, Vegans, Team HoosierBoss

Worst Place – Hunt & Peck (RCL 2019 (#7)) & Team relaxntakeitez (RCL 2019 (#32)) – 17.3 RCL Points, 16.0 & 15.0 League Points with a League Index of 95 and 100 respectively.

I think we can officially squash the excuse that a moves limit or IP limit are hurting the numbers as we blew away previous RCL records for Runs, HRs and RBIs this season.  Juiced ball? Nah! We only beat the previous Runs record by a measly 171 Runs! HRs? We beat that record by 26! Next up, we beat RBIs by 61. These are records that were 2-3 years old that just got blown to bits.  We were also 32 strikeouts from a new record there and only 4 wins away from a new record there. Nice effort everyone!

The lowest ERA of the season was up 0.4 points from last year’s low, yikes.  Interestingly though, our low mark for WHIP is .03 lower than last season. Who knows!

FFB put in some serious work this year leading the way in Runs and IP.  In fact, RCL #57 was action packed with Diamond Archers also hitting the high water mark for IP.  If only it weren’t for the deadbeats in that league…

Nine teams maxed out on the 500 moves, up from three last year.  Of course, five of those came from two owners, so take it with a grain of salt.

Finally, a quick shout out to Hunt & Peck and Team relaxntakeitez who managed the feat of finishing DFL in the Master Standings. Hunt & Peck was in last most of the year until the penalties kicked in, they must be bummed to share the spotlight.

TOP LEAGUES

I’ve mentioned in the past that I have a bias for high LCI Leagues.  I’ve played in several and commish one of the best, so naturally I want to give them their due.  Here are the top 10 leagues in order of LCI:

RCL 2019 (#64) – 110

Night of the Living Zombinos – 109

ECFBL – 108

DFSers Anonymous – 108

PERTS LEAGUE – 108

Original Recipe – 108

RCL 2019 (#49) – 108

Cougs R Us – 107

RCL 2019 (#52) – 107

RCL 2019 (#45) – 106

RCL 2019 (#65) – 106

RCL 2019 (#66) – 106

There you have it, the top ten (plus ties) most competitive leagues.  Well done leagues! This could be the first time in a long time that the top team is a standard RCL and not a legacy league.  Who knew that an innocent looking $10 RCL would turn into a total bloodbath. Not a single team missed the IP limit, only two teams made fewer than 67 moves with four making around 300 each.  It was a real battle royale and while I usually cruise to a money finish in these RCLs, I finished third here. Nice work to all my league-mates!

It’s the usual suspects otherwise.  Cougs, ECFBL and NOTLZ are perennial top LCI leagues and this year is no different.  Cougs R Us was dominate in offense this season, they led in every offensive counting category, plus Saves.  RCL #64 was second or third in every offensive category but made up ground on Cougs in the IP department beating them by almost 800 IP leading them to cruise to the lead in strikeouts and topping Cougs by 61 Wins.  ECFBL was the leader in league moves while RCL #49 led the pack with 1075 Wins.

The winners of all these leagues deserve major kudos.  It’s not easy winning an RCL and certainly not one with an LCI north of 103.  Take note of the league names and maybe reach out next year when the time comes if you want to play in one of the top leagues.  I was practically begging people in the comments to come join Original Recipe in the preseason when we needed more managers. You have no one to blame but yourself for not being in a competitive league.  I played in seven of the twelve leagues listed above and each one was a total blast.  

It has been an absolute pleasure bringing you these updates every week.  Thanks to everyone who read, lurked, commented and/or gave a kind word. A million thanks go out to Rudy for collecting data behind the scenes and making my job easy as well as Jay for editing these bad boys!   I love these crazy, time-consuming leagues, I love the daily moves and the competition it creates and I hope that was evident in my weekly reports. Is it perfect? Nah, but darnnit, it’s fun as hell. I like to think of it as the daily fantasy of season long.  I also love the community it brings together, pitting commenter against commenter, ‘Pert against random lurker. Is there another place on the interwebs where you can play against 800+ other people all with weekly Master Standings updated as well as a weekly report on the goings ons?  I think not. Thank you to Grey and Rudy for creating this beautiful monster known as the RCLs. Let’s dedicate this season to Paulie Allnuts and Simply Fred (RIP my brothers) and enjoy our winter of hibernation.  See you all you crazies next year.

Want to be Matt’s Twitter pal?  That’s kinda creepy, but you can follow him here: @MattTruss

  1. Grey

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    Great final write up, Truss! I’m glad I was able to pull out the victory, it was one that I was most proud of this year as I really had to work for it until the final day of the season.

    Congrats to Backdoor Splitters! You did what very few are able to do, it’s one of the hardest overall championships in fantasy baseball… You comment on this post with your actual email and I’ll reach out to you about where to send prizes!

    • MattTruss

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      Thanks Grey and congrats again!

      • Grey

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        Thanks!

        • Dave D says:
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          Congrats on the title!!!

          • Grey

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            Thanks!

  2. Fred Garvin MP says:
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    Thanks for the RCL roundups. Any chance I could get into Original Recipe next year? My 4th place finish left something to be desired, but I absolutely loved the competitiveness of that league.

    • MattTruss

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      For sure man, if someone doesn’t email you about it next year, just pop into one of my comments sections and we’ll make it happen.

      • Fred Garvin MP says:
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        Cool. I look forward to it.

  3. nitro says:
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    Thanks for all of the weekly roundups. Made it more fun. I was in the #7 top league, was great. We almost had a 4 way tie, came down to 2 more strikeouts on the final day for Champion. Was a lot of fun (I finished 3rd).

    • MattTruss

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      Nice! It’s always great when a competitive league comes down to the final day! Glad you enjoyed the round-ups, thanks for the kind words! See you next season!

  4. MattH says:
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    Nice wrap-up article to finish the season, Truss. Great work all year, and congrats on your teams’ success. Congrats to Backdoor sliders. Nice to see ECFBL get an overall champ. See you all next year………….or around Thanksgiving.

    • MattTruss

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      Thanks Matt!

  5. The Big Yabu says:
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    YEEEEEEEEEE-HAAAAAAAAAAAWWWWW!!!!

    Take that, high school kids who were giving me swirlies (last week)!

    I almost can’t believe it’s true, but that might be because I haven’t gotten any sleep in the last 6 months. Chronic rosterbation will do that to a person.

    Many thanks to all the owners in ECFBL, for letting me into such a fun and competitive league. Like I said over there, I was sweating every stat down to the last day — one HR or W could have made the difference. And special thanks to Truss for the weekly updates, here and in the league, and to Grey and Rudy for setting this whole thing up.

    Last but not least, tons of respect to FFB, for a great season.

    Now, it’s time to go reintroduce myself to my “family” and my “job.” Til next season!

    *takes a bow*

    • Grey

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      Wait, Big Yabu, are you Backdoor Splitters?

      • MattTruss

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        “You may know the Splitters more by their commenting handle of The Big Yabu”

        *Shakes head that Grey doesn’t even read my post*

        Haha, congrats again Splitters! It was my pleasure!

        • Grey

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          I just read the stuff about me! What?

  6. The Big Yabu says:
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    Yessir! Along with Backdoor Cutters and Backdoor Sliders.
    (Good thing I’m not in more leagues, since I’m running out of double entendres….)

    • The Great Knoche says:
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      Backdoor Knucklers

      • LenFuego says:
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        Backdoor screwballs

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Backdoor backdoorers

    • Grey

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      Haha, awesome, congrats!

      Am emailing you now about prizes…

  7. Bombo Rivera says:
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    Hey Matt, thanks for all of the posts throughout the year. I’m the Prague Defenestrators, and I’d like to help Razzball establish a stronger foothold in central Europe. I’ve been doing RCLs for several years, and even came in 2nd in an early iteration of the “champions league” featuring Derek Carty. Anyhow, I’d love to get into a league next year that should have a high LCI. Maybe we could make a league of the top 12 finishers this year? It might inspire young Czech fantasy baseball enthusiasts (of which there are at least a dozen) to become Razzballians. Razzballers? What do you think?

    • MattTruss

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      Heck ya man, I’ll gladly give you the reigns to organizing that if you’d like. We did the champions league thing a couple times, but I get so crazy at the start of the season with setting up leagues and drafting and all that jazz that I just didn’t have the time to get one together. What I can do is snag a league next year, get you in it and we can advertise it as the champions league with only league winners from last year. Or, if all else fails we get you in another high LCI league, those leagues are almost always looking for a manager or two. Hit me up when the RCLs get going next year and we’ll make something happen.

    • Those Babies says:
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      Count The Babies in. There are ten more seats available in our melted butter bath. Well, five more seats. The rest will have to sit on laps.

      • MattTruss

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        Noted, thanks Babies and congrats on the great season!

  8. The Great Knoche says:
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    Thanks Truss! Just a thought I know they are doing it on football side, but what if we invite everyone in top 12 into league next year?

    • MattTruss

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      We could, the only trouble is getting a hold of their email addresses…

      • DG says:
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        Hey Matt, belated thanks for all your great work/excellent effort this year. I’m especially glad to see Team Tokyo’s name in lights at number 11 (thanks for expanding to top 20!).
        As for that proposed league… [email protected]
        Thanks again– have a great off season!

        • MattTruss

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          Congrats my man, and I’ve got your email noted for next year. Enjoy your offseason as well and thanks for the kind words.

    • Bombo Rivera says:
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      I would be happy to join (I was #5). Shoot me an email at [email protected] and maybe we can start putting something together?

  9. slew says:
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    Great read Truss! Am always lurking too.
    Congrats on the top ten finish. Am glad I was able to compete with you in DFSers and #64.
    Good times.

    • MattTruss

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      Thanks man! Forgot you were in #64 with me, guess we’re even, each with a first and third against each other this year. 64 was a beast of a league and you took off at the end there, nicely done, great year, we’ll see you next year in DFSers at least!

      • George says:
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        Hey Truss,

        When/How are payments processed if we won our Razzball money leagues?

        • MattTruss

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          Looks like they’ll be processed Sunday, I’ve been checking too!

          • George says:
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            Nothing yet! What’s the deal??

            • MattTruss

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              I distributed all prizes Monday morning…should be there. What RCL were you in? Maybe I missed one?

            • MattTruss

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              Sent you an email, you’ve been paid out, you just need to go request a withdrawal.

  10. Matty says:
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    Thanks for putting this all together- this was my first foray into an RCL after years of H2H and it lived up to expectations.
    Just barely pulled off the victory (in an admittedly exactly average league) on the last day when someone tied someone else in steals halfway down the list like a real ball club making it in on an opponents loss.
    See everyone next year, looking forward to mixing it up with everyone again.

    • MattTruss

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      Awesome! Always love when we can convert a H2H player over to see the light of roto :)

      My pleasure and see you next year!

  11. D Fresh says:
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    Wow! Great year guys! Thanks to Truss, Grey, Rudy, and the rest of the razzcrew! I hope to get back into some money leagues next year. Stupid Iowa laws, pssh. I need that league index! See you all in 26 weeks!

    • MattTruss

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      See ya DFresh, pleasure playing against you, we’ll get you in some good LCI leagues, don’t you worry!

  12. DrEasy says:
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    Thanks, Matt, for organizing the RCLs and for your detailed recaps!

    • MattTruss

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      My pleasure! Thanks for stopping in Dr. E, you and Vicky have a nice offseason!

  13. Roto-Wan

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    Checks notes from early season Writer league writeup.

    Sees Truss doubting my ability to hit 1000 IP.

    “I must destroy these last 200 IPs.”

    • MattTruss

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      Haha, you certainly did! Nice work!

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