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Discussion in 'The Sandlot - The Show '15 OL' started by _MG_, Apr 7, 2012.

  1. _MG_

    _MG_ Watching Folks Swim

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    This is according to the test league on OOTP, I will update when we start.
    BIGGEST BUYERS 2012 (most money available):
    CeeGee Angels: $28 million free​
    BobJr Rangers: $21.6 million free​
    Mets: $19.3 million free​
    sdid22 Giants: $19.3 million free​
    White Sox: $18.9 million free​
    Mariners: $18.6 million free​
    HAL9100 Cardinals: $18.5 million free​
    Cubs: $17.8 million free​
    Brewers: $17.5 million free​
    G_T_G Blue Jays: $17.1 million free​
    Emmdotfrisk A's: $16.5 million free​
    Phillies: $15.5 million free​
    KnightNoles Reds: $14.8 million free​
    IN THE MIDDLE:
    BigSmooth33 Tigers: $8.2 million free​
    Yankees: $7.8 million free​
    cp0990 Royals: $6 million free​
    Nationals: $5.7 million free​
    ryty32 Indians: $5.1 million free​
    @ca Twins: $5.1 million free​
    cadepetty247 Orioles: $4.8 million free​
    Dbacks: $4.7 million free​
    Red Sox: $4.6 million free​
    pitt4life21 Pirates: $4.5 million free​
    NDCOLTS1979 Braves: $4.5 million free​
    Blackattack87 Rays: $4.4 million free​
    BROKE:
    County5 Rockies: $3.8 million free​
    Astros: $3.8 million free​
    MoonBBad Dodgers: $3.6 million free​
    soxandgators Marlins: $3.2 million free​
    Padres: $2.6 million free​

     
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  2. BobJr

    BobJr To each their own

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    how in the FUCK do the Angels have 28 mil..geez
     
  3. _MG_

    _MG_ Watching Folks Swim

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    Just to clarify, the 28 million for the Angels is for FREE AGENTS because it adds whats within the budget + cash the owner has to spend.

    In other words, these only work for free agency and NOT for trades. In trades, you can only trade with what is within your budget.

    For instance:

    Cubs have 7 million in budget + 10 million in cash

    I can only take on up to 7 million in a trade, but if I were to sign someone I can go up to 17 million.

    Makes sense?
     
  4. soxandgators

    soxandgators The Gator Nation

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    Nice to know I got the toughest outlook of all the users. Gonna have to spend extra hours in the office. Look forward to the challenge
     
  5. G_T_G

    G_T_G BEAR DOWN

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    You have a good team so you don't need too much cash!
     
  6. MoonBBad

    MoonBBad http://twitch.tv/moonbbad

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    This sounds strange as I know the Dodgers last season shed a bunch of payroll cause McCourt was going through that bankruptcy. I'd like to know how these figures are calculated.
     
  7. _MG_

    _MG_ Watching Folks Swim

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    agreed, the angels and rangers having that much cash seems off to me as well. would love some sort of outside source that confirms all these numbers are correct.
     
  8. KnightNoles

    KnightNoles Learn to Compete

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    Good stuff MG
     

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