This really neat fantasy baseball league I'm in has an opening, and I figured I'd post and see if anyone reading this is interested in joining... it's an auction keeper league -- every year you get 4 one-year and 2 two-year contracts to assign to players, based on their auction price, and the stats are computed using a points formula that tries to mimic actual real-world baseball value. 30 players per team, 10 teams, we each pay $125 and the top 4 split the money at the end, I can't remember exactly the formula. Weekly transactions. It's pretty competitive, the owners are all pretty knowledgeable, Nate Silver from Baseball Prospectus was in the league the first year (this is year 5), it's a lot of fun. The auction on April 4 will eat up your entire day (either in person in New York or via Skype/cell phone/etc from elsewhere) but after that it's not really any sort of time commitment except keeping up with your team, replacing injured players, responding to trade offers. If you're already in other fantasy baseball leagues you know the drill. This one is more fun than the others though, because the auction and the other owners all know what they're doing. E-mail me if you want more info. The team that's available has Delmon Young and Joey Votto already under contract, and Mariano Rivera, Joakim Soria, Brandon Phillips, and Jermaine Dye all up for being contracted at very reasonable values given their stats.