The League Homepage

When you click on the name of a league, you will be redirected to that league's homepage. The league homepage is truly the front door of a league and gives you access to a wealth of information. The homepage is broken up into three sections:

  • League details set-up
  • Teams and ownership
  • Seasonal history

Here's what you will find on the league homepage.

League Details and Set-Up

League Status: 2029 season active (regular season in progress)
League Date: 8/13/2029
League Salary Cap: $65 Million
Ratings Format: Numerical
Pre-Season FAs 10 Free Agents Created
Simulation Speed: 8 game days per calendar day (every 3 hours)
League Type: Mentor League (Commissioners: brian, redsfan74; Mentors: G Sparks, smittias, Vashon, balmers)
League Message: Best of luck down the stretch. Trade deadline is 8/31!

At the top of the homepage, you will see a summary of that league's specific set-up, including salary cap, sim speed and ratings format, as well as current date, league status and the names of the league's commissioner(s) and/or mentor(s) when applicable.

  • League Status - Describes whether the league is currently in the regular season, play-offs, or offseason. This also displays what year the league is playing.

  • Game Day - What calendar day on the schedule the league is in.

  • Simulation Speed - How quickly this league's calendar moves - 2, 4, or 8 games per day.

  • League Type - Public or Private. Private leagues require a password to join when formed.

  • League Message - This refers to a message from a league commissioner. Can be used to inform the league of dates, events, or matters they feel are important. Allows you to enter a URL link.

Teams

Scroll down and you will find links to all 24 teams in the league and their owners, grouped by divisions and conferences. If a team in the league is available, you can recruit the team from here.
This shows the division breakdown of the league, the team names, and the individual (franchise) owning the team if the team is currently owned. All leagues currently have four divisions with each division consisting of six teams, for a total of 24 teams. Teams remain in the same division throughout the history of the league.

The team and franchise names listed are also links to that team and/or franchise. This is a quick way to have a look at the roster and lineups of the other teams in the league.

Seasonal History

Scroll down a little more and browse through a league’s history season by season, regular season standings, playoff results, draft overview, stats leaders, award winners, and World Series results are all listed for each season of the league.

The groups on the rest of the page are links and award information for the past and current seasons of the league. You can also use the League Stats page for further statistical information. Choose a finished season and click on "Select different leaders and search criteria" at the top of the page.