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Introducing the Franchise Ball Power Pros All-Star Game!
Feb 16th 2021 By Honolulu Shimakaze

Introducing the Franchise Ball Power Pros All-Star Game!

Rules:

Drafting:
-Owners volunteer their teams as part of a draft pool. A pool of 16 teams is made: FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVE.
-Two team captains "draft" the pool (minus their own teams) of 14 teams. A total of 8 teams should be selected for each all-star team.
-Once a team is "drafted," the captain has the choice to select 2 players from each team. 2 players * 8 teams should yield a lineup of 16 players: 11 fielders and 5 pitchers (This should be enough to play in a one-game playoff).

Creation:
-Shimakaze makes the teams in the Dolphin Emulator version of MLB Power Pros 2008. They will strive to make sure the teams are as fair as possible.
-In-game player ratings are based on BOTH Scout Ratings and Player Stats.

General FB to Power Pros Rating Translator:
95-100 (FB)  = A (Power Pros)
90-94 = B
80-89 = C
70-79 = D
60-69 = E
50-59 = F
<49 = G
*Please note that player stats will greatly affect Power Pros Ratings as well. For example, if an 80 scout rating player in FB is hitting .350+, their Power Pros rating will jump from C to B.

Gameplay:
-Games are played automatically. No one is allowed to interfere with the games but the computer.
-Games will be streamed via Discord Stream. Hopefully, they will be recorded as well.

Please message me, Shimakaze, if you want to join.

News Conversation
it is storm
11 months ago
Ok
11 months ago
Storm : 
I do, don't worry
11 months ago
It is but a different aspect if you know what I mean:)
11 months ago
Storm : 
I have never done fantasy baseball, but I love fantasy football. It seems like the same idea
11 months ago
Storm : 
I am in if you saw
11 months ago
Devils : 
Me pls!
11 months ago
If anyone has done fantasy baseball before and wants to do it with a bunch of teams in FB themselves there are spots open
11 months ago
Devils : 
Me too lol
11 months ago
Storm : 
Fuck I missed admission
11 months ago
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