Tonight at the 8pm the Tout Wars leagues will have their first FAAB run of the year.
Join Peter Kreutzer and others at 8:30 to chat about this week’s moves on Zoom.
Topic: Tout Wars FAAB Meetup
Time: Mar 31, 2021 08:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Meeting is over.
Sorry to all who tried to attend and didn’t get in. Rotoman didn’t put the proper security measures in place and Zoom did something to protect us.
We’ll try it again on Sunday. Look for log in information here at Toutwars.com on Saturday.
Sign up now
by clicking here.
Learn more about the contest that let’s you play against the pros
by visiting the Doubt Wars 2021 page.
Tout Wars is adding
a new 12-team Mixed Draft League, which will draft online on March 2 at noon. The SiriusXM broadcast will be hosted by Jeff Erickson and Chris Liss.
Tout Wars Draft & Hold will commence on March 1. Look for a link to the draft board here (we expect it to take a couple of weeks).
Tout Wars Mixed Draft (15) will take place on March 9th at 8pm. We’ll the draft board here, and Glenn Colton, Rick Wolf and others will be covering on SiriusXM.
Tout Weekend is Remote Weekend, alas. The schedule is (times might change):
March 20 10am:
March 20 3pm:
March 21 Noon:
March 21 5pm:
Starting this year in Head to Head, the previous year’s champion will choose the scoring format from among ESPN, Yahoo, Fantrax and CBS.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Doubt Wars, the game everyone loves to play, tracks the Tout Wars auctions and lets civilians match wits with the Touts.
You can read more about it here.
This year’s winners:
Doubt AL: Vandelay Industries, aka Keith Johnson.
Doubt NL: Fred Zinkie (NL Tout Champ) Civilian Champ: Amnesia Reboot, aka Kent Ostby
Doubt Mixed: Samauritan, aka Chris Devine
The spreadsheet with
the complete standings is here.
Congratulations to the winners, who will receive a grab bag of items from
Mastersball, BaseballHQ, Babs Baseball, AskRotoman, and Pattonandco.com.
Look for news about Doubt Wars 2021 in early March here at toutwars.com.
In the draft day standings, the Tout AL standings for the team each Tout bought on draft day, Liss finished fourth with 78.5 points. His obvious weakness was Saves, which showed him last.
Once the season started Liss focused on relief pitching. He bought Chris Devenski, Jonathan Hernandez, Rafael Dolis, Greg Holland, Carl Edwards, Clark Schmidt, Dan Altavilla and Andre Scrubb. Those are all his free agent buys.
And he traded for Brad Hand (he traded Kyle Tucker). At the end of the season he was in fourth place in Saves, and ended up with 99 points, 22 more than Rick Wolf and Glenn Colton’s team and Jeff Erickson’s team, which tied for second.
Starting with the season’s first full week, there was one thing the Touts in the Draft and Hold league could count on each Monday: Brad Johnson would be in first place.
There were a couple of weeks in late August when he surely slipped behind Mike Florio, who dogged him all season long, but by Monday Johnson was once again atop the standing.
The same is true today, the Monday after season’s end.
Tim McLeod had a 1.5 point lead going into the short season’s final week, but when he lost Michael Conforto early on he knew he was in trouble.
Scott White passed him on the way to the championship, easily topping Tom Kessenich, who pushed McLeod into third at the wire.
White finished second in the league in 2017, and third in 2018, and now finally has captured the crown, his first Tout Wars championship.