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Final Day Of The Regular Season. Kinda. Sorta. Maybe.

Horse Race Update: Dongwhipped owner Kevin Klinkhamer added a single point to his Overall lead after yesterday’s action and now holds a 3-point lead in the Overall Standings over Cabbage Farmers owner Paul Martin. There is one day left in the regular season, not counting any playoff games to determine the AL Wild Card participants.

Today is the last day of the Regular Season, the day we crown the Regular Season Champ along with a whole host of other champs! Well, actually, today is the last
scheduled day of the Regular Season. If things go to hell in the AL Wild Card race -- seriously, just check out the various scenarios -- Monday and Tuesday could provide some real craziness. But let’s just assume, for the sake of sanity, that today is the last day of the Regular Season so that we can communicate what needs to be communicated at the end of a Regular Season just in case today is actually and for reals the last day of the Regular Season. Got that?

Okay, here’s what you need to know: With the end of the Regular Season comes the end of trading for the season. From our
trade rules: “Trading ends when the Regular Season ends, which is with the final out made of the final game played on the final day of the season (including any playoff games to determine Division or Wild Card winners).”

For those of you that have earned free trades, it’ll cost you nothing to make those trades, but you have to make ‘em before the final out of the final game of the Regular Season season, whenever the hell that is; after that, those free trades are lost to the ether.

By my calculations, 14 teams have earned a total of 26 free trades; several teams have already used free trades, but many still have free trades due them. Why lose those? You may as well pick up a dark horse for the playoffs that no one else has just to see if he can get you to the promised land.
So, get your final trades to me, STAT!


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Friendly Reminder

Dear Deadbeats:

Commissioner
Rube Furrow can't help but notice that a great number of Santa Lechuga team ownership groups are in deep arrears in the payment department. You know who you are. But if you don't, Rube suggests you review the depths of your debt by checking this link.

And after you've wrapped yourself in appropriate shame, please submit your payments forthwith or else Rube will be required to refer your case to SLPL attorney Saul Goodman. Saul knows a guy who knows a guy who has a brother who can make your life very uncomfortable for a very long time. You wouldn't want that.

Please send checks, money-orders or unmarked bills, payable to Joe Livernois, to 459 Echo Valley Road, Salinas, CA 93907.

Or you can send your owings like the big boys through PayPal by
using this link. Add the right combo of owner fees and trade fees to your cart and then check out.

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Thanks in advance, and don't make us call Saul.

Rube


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Livernois Blows Winnings On Tequila; $10 Trade Nearly Extinct

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Word on the street is that Joe Livernois, owner of 2013 All-Star Championship-winning The Heart is a Lonely Hunter Pence, has blown the entirety of his $125 winnings on crates and crates of the cheapest, most vile-tasting tequila known to mankind ... and that he has already consumed the first crate’s-worth to celebrate his victory.

And with that, the SLPL moves into the second half of the Regular Season, which means
the $10 trade is about to go away only to be replaced by slightly more expensive $15 trade. You can make your final $10 trades between now and the first pitch of Friday's first game, which is schedule for 7:05 pm Eastern time. Remember, though, if you wait until Friday to make a trade, it will not go into effect until Saturday.

So, get
to checking which of the deadweight you want to remove from your rosters and replace with better, more productive players.

Congratulations again to our 2013 All-Star Champ, Jay!


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The $5 Trade Is Nearly Kaput

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In roughly two hours, the $5 Trade for the 2013 season will be kaput; $10 Trades will then be in effect. Take a few minutes to submit your trades before today's first pitch (at 12:40 Eastern time) to get the most trade value for the buck.

Standings: At-A-Glance . Overall . Division . Hitting . Pitching . Power-Hitting Pitching . HOF . Yesterday
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$5 Trade Ends Tomorrow

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Just in case you missed it yesterday...

With the first pitch of the first game played tomorrow, the $5 will go all “Adios, MFers” for the 2013 season. So now is as good a time as any to talk a bit about the $5 Trade.

First things first: Unless you have earned a free trade the $5 Trade is the most cost-effective trade you’ll make this season. Duh!, right?

Second things second: A good $5 Trade now will net you a good five months of production out the player your trade for. Duh!, right?

And, third things third: If you make five paid trades, you get one free trade that can be used any time until the Regular Season is over. That means five $5 Trades will earn you a free $20 Trade if you use the free trade during the last month of the season. Sweet!, right?

Surely you know how you’re doing in the standings, I assume? Surely you know who on your current roster is dragging you down, correct? Things aren’t out of reach yet.
Make some trades between now and the tomorrow 12:40 pm Eastern deadline and you can right the ship right quick.

Standings: At-A-Glance . Overall . Division . Hitting . Pitching . Power-Hitting Pitching . HOF . Yesterday
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Commish Delivers Welcome Message, Finally

It's that time of year again, the magical season when young men adjust their cups in earnest, when snow plow operators prepare Coors Field, and when Dodgers are delusional about their October dreams. Yes, it's time for the Santa Lechuga Power League.

The commissioner would like to apologize for the tardiness of delivering his welcoming message. As you might have heard, Commissioner Furrow recently volunteered to participate in clinical trials for a new and improved Cialis regimen. He only recently returned from the hospital, where he endured humiliating medical treatment after failing to heed the warning label. He appreciates the kind thoughts and prayers during his convalescence, but asks that his friends stop calling him "Fungo."

In that vein,
Commissioner Furrow wishes to welcome all the hardened veterans back to SLPL. Allow me to give a special welcome to our rookies, Peanunski owner Stephanie Wigton, She Wants the Dee owner Frankie Montellano, and Petey's Picks co-owners Kathy & Petey Davis. We believe all of your rock-solid picks promise to make 2013 the most dynamic season in SLPL history.

Props again to owners for generating amusing team names. In a league first,
Tyler Shaddy parodied the name of another team, coming up with Hamiltoes, a play on our evergreen favorite, Cameltowing, Inc, by David "Eddie" Edison, but with a baseball twist. We like Kathy Livernois' I've Got the Runs, though we're still trying to figure out if she is making a baseball pun or merely describing the results of her IBD. Brendan Butts submitted something that sounds like Puck the Fackers, but while we love the sentiment, we still claim to be a family-friendly operation and switched the first letters for our website. And Peyton Olivarria scored with No Greinke My Wankee, a prophetic team name that happened to be what Zack said when Carlos Quentin charged the mound.

In other news, you might have noticed that the SLPL brain trust made few rule changes this season. The only significant new rule is found in Section 3, Item 32.6b, which prohibits expectoration on all playing fields. In other words, keep your spit to yourself.

In conclusion, enjoy the season, have fun and make lots of trades!

Rube Furrow, Commissioner

Standings: At-A-Glance . Overall . Division . Hitting . Pitching . Power-Hitting Pitching . HOF . Yesterday
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Start-of-Season Housecleaning

Before we call the 2013 season fully up and running, we have a some housecleaning items that we need to address…

First, please check your Creepy Cardinals Pitcher Death Watch Pool selections. A lot of you selected pitchers who were not on the Opening Day roster and do not belong in the Death Watch Pool. Get back to us with your roster replacements ASAP.

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Cardinals Opening Day Pitching Roster


Second, check your Magic Numbers. You should note that numbers 25 and 29 are not taken. Since no one took us up on our earlier offer, let’s try again: The first owner to contact me asking for Magic Numbers 25 or 29 can have that number. As a reminder, Magic Numbers allow us to break the logjam of ties for the HOF Death Pool and the Creepy Cardinals Death Watch Pool. This offer is good until Monday night.

Third, FYI, you can make trades any time during the Regular Season. The price of a trade is currently $5, but the price increases as the season progresses. Though you are limited to ten paid trades, the first five will earn you one free trade and the second five will earn you two more free trades. So, if you pay for ten trades, you’ll get three more for free.

Fourth, while we do our best to make sure everything is accurate, we occasionally make mistakes. If you notice that we have done something wrong with your roster, your Hall-of-Fame roster, or your Creepy Cardinals pitcher, contact us and let us know so that we can fix it.

Fifth, owners have already begun paying their ownership fees, which we always appreciate. If you haven’t yet paid, there are multiple ways to pay. Pay already!

Sixth, and finally, this will be the last e-mail we send to all owners until the $5 trade is about to end (unless there’s an injury before then that we want to announce); we don’t want to clog up your In Box, ya know? To get SLPL news, see our Sunday Morning WTF?!, and just generally keep up on league nuttiness, be sure to check in daily at http://www.santa-lechuga.com/.

Good luck during the 2013 season!

Standings: At-A-Glance . Overall . Division . Hitting . Pitching . Power-Hitting Pitching . HOF . Yesterday
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The 2013 Season Begins!

With a some bitchen new owners, some returning wayward owners, a full slate of 48 teams, a kick-a** Excel spreadsheet, and a wicked six-month Tequila hangover, the 2013 Santa Lechuga Power League has begun. “Who the heck are these new guys? Have we done thorough background checks? Will they pass the mustard?” asked Commissioner Rube Furrow when shown short biographies on the new owners. “Everyone knows that when we go out to eat, I need my Dijon. These guys better deliver.”

With the 2012 season officially done and the 2013 season officially kicked off, Furrow spent this morning idly speculating about the new owners. “We still can’t figure out why people join this damn league, but there you go. Explain humans to me. But these new guys are a cocky bunch. For instance, check out this
Frankie Montellano dude (owner of She Wants the Dee). He’s talking smack the second he gets in the league. Get this, he says: ‘Peyton Olivarria is my girlfriend of two years. This league can’t be that hard if two of her brothers (Brandon Olivarria, Kyle Harmon) and her dad, Mark, have already won this thing!!’ I mean, who is this guy? And who’s gonna leave the smack down on him that he’s already begging for?”

Furrow then found himself pondering his owns recruiting efforts. “I know I tried to recruit (Peanunski owner)
Stephanie Wigton-Livernois a while back, but I thought she thought I was nuts. I was babbling about bobbleheads and such and she looked at me like, well, pretty much everyone looks at me, cockeyed, wondrous, sad. But a couple years pass and -- boom! -- there’s Stevie, submitting a roster with great enthusiasms. So many enthusiasms, in fact, that she recruited a friend of hers.”

That friend would be Petey’s Picks owner
Kathy Davi. “Kathy is apparently in it with her son, Petey. We don’t know much about either of ‘em except that Kathy’s a CPA, which means she’s good with numbers,” Furrow said. “That scares me a little, especially if we let her anywhere near the league’s finances. We’re running this league on aluminum foil and Scotch tape … we don’t need no fancy-fancy CPA-types peeking behind the curtains. But good luck to her and Petey!”

Rube also welcomed back a couple wayward owners who left the league for a season or two but found their way back. “It’s great to have
Peyton Olivarria back in the mix. We promise to overlook the fact that she’s yet another Dodger fan -- who’s letting them all in the league?! -- because she once sang the National Anthem at a Giant’s game. And we like her new team name, No Greinke My Wankee, which she says in reference to the movie Sixteen Candles, where the guy says ‘no more yankee my wankee, the Donger need food.’ It’s been a while since I saw that movie, so I’ll trust her on that reference.”

“And welcome back to longtime Bad Spinach owner
Jim Johnson, who left us for undisclosed reasons that are certain to put a stain on my reputation should the facts ever see the light of day,” Furrow said. “When he submitted his roster, Jim said: ‘Nothing says SLPL championship like poisoned lettuce!’, which is really more than I wished he had said. Enough about that.”

Finally, Rube gave a big shout out all the other veterans who have returned. “This looks like a great group, and we appreciate our veteran owners for coming back to the league. We’re not sure what brought all off them back, but we’re glad they’re here. It should be a great season!”

In Important League News
Sue “Buzzkill” Klinkhamer is no longer in the league. She gave some lame-assed excuse about being sick and not having the energy to join. (We’re still trying to calculate the amount of energy it takes to sit in a Barcalounger and click around the Internet. It’s far less than she’s making it out to be, we’re certain.) So, with her being all out of the league and stuff, it’s not fair to ask her to continue to sponsor the Creepy Cardinals Death Watch Pool. This means that the amount that can be won in the Creepy Cardinals Death Watch Pool has been cut in half. That pot now sits at $600 instead of $1200. I would apologize, but my cash-money in still in the pot. If you have issues, please take them up with Sue.

In Less-Important League News
Meanwhile, the league lost another longtime owner, Sue’s husband Dan “Spoilsport” Klinkhamer, who had his widdle fee-fees hurt last season because he had only won $625 over the previous three seasons. Dan says he wants to watch from afar rather than be angry about this team’s performance all season. I get what he’s saying, caring about his team’s performance and all, but you’d think winning an average of $200-plus a season would allow you to, you know, enjoy the league. Anyway, we know one thing for sure: Dan is guaranteed to win Jack Sierra this season.

We hate seeing the Klinkhamers go, Sue because she gave us endless amount of material with her windsocky ways, deft and wry humor, and league enthusiasms. And Dan we will miss because he gave us an endless amount of material with his being a big blowhard who complains. About. Absolutely. Everything. I mean, even after winning $625 in three seasons the dude constantly whined and complained, like he was owed some big favor because he hadn’t won more.

Come we think of it, maybe we won’t miss Dan. But, Sue, we will really miss you!

Meanwhile...

Owners, please check the
Creepy Cardinals Pitcher Death Watch Pool rosters. A lot of you selected people who were not on the Opening Day roster and do not belong in the Death Watch Pool. Get back to us with your roster replacements ASAP.

And while you’re at it, check your
regular rosters to make sure we entered them into our stats aggregator correctly. With 15 players each for 48 teams, we’re bound to make some mistakes. If we made some, let us know by telling us what we got wrong.

Finally, check out the
Magic Numbers. For one day and one day only, if you find you have a number that at least one other owner has, you can change that number to a number that no other owner has. Spots are limited so get back to us quick like.

Good luck to one and all during the 2013 season!

Standings: At-A-Glance . Overall . Division . Hitting . Pitching . Power-Hitting Pitching . HOF . Yesterday
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Weston Livernois Wins 2012 SLPL HOF Death Pool! 2013 Season About to Begin

With the first pitch of last night's Astros/Rangers game, Hostile Mobs of Minecraft owner Weston Livernois was officially* crowned the 2012 winner of the Phil Rizzuto Memorial Hall-of-Fame Death Pool, thereby officially closing out the 2012 season. “I would like to thank Stan Musial for financing my 2013 season and for giving me a little extra scratch for some online gaming,” Weston said after scraping the last $150 out of the 2012 pot. “Stan’s death, while sad and disconcerting to those who knew him, brought me great, great joy. I will remember him fondly as someone who did something significant in baseball or something like that while I kick some online alien butt.”

*When we say "officially," we mean that as of right now we know of no other Hall-of-Famers who died before last night's first pitch. If news stories come through that someone kicked it before last night’s game began, we'll have to revise our officialness status and re-award the monies.

Meanwhile, league officials are busy getting ready for the 2013 season, which officially kicks off today at 1:05 pm EST, when rosters are due. "What? Today? Already?!" a hangover-laden Commissioner
Rube Furrow said today at his annual new season press conference. "Isn't there anyone in the league offices that can warn me a day or two beforehand that the season's about to begin?! I'm surrounded by boneheads."

Despite Furrow's inattention, owners have been busy submitting rosters and grabbing the final available team spots. If you haven't already done so but plan to be in the league, getchyer rosters in fast. As in 1:05 pm Eastern time fast.

For Those Interested In Such Things
Here’s how the Hall-of-Fame Death Pool points are scored: “Points are earned by subtracting the reported age of the dirt-napper at the time of his death (rounded down to the most-recent birthday) from 100 and multiplying the result by 5.”

And here’s how the Magic Number works:
The team with the Magic Number closest to the Date-of-Death (DoD) will get an extra 25 points. If that team's Magic Number matches the DoD, the team will instead get 50 extra points.

Finally, here’s the Microsoft Excel formula we used to calculate Weston’s winning Hall-of-Fame Death Pool points of 180:
=(((100-92)*5)+50)+(((100-92)*5)+50)

Weston had Stan Musial on his roster twice and hit the Magic Number, er, dead on.

Congratulations, Weston!

Now let's get the 2013 season started!
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The '13 Santa Lechuga Power League Begins Tomorrow!

Bobble! Bobble! Bobble! Bobble! Bobble! Bobble! Bobble! Bobble! Bobble! Bobble! Bobble! Bobble! Bobble! Bobble! Bobble! Bobble! Bobble! Bobble!

The 2013 Santa Lechuga Power League (SLPL) begins tomorrow! Rosters are due by the first pitch thrown on the big Opening Day, tomorrow,Monday, April 1st. Use this form to submit your roster. If you decide to go all e-maily on us, make sure your roster includes:

  • Ten hitters, to hit the bombs.
  • Five pitchers, to throw the whiffs.
  • Five death-worthy Hall-of-Famers (Doug Harvey excluded) to pass away during the season.
  • One Magic Number (1 through 31), to break ties.
  • One current Cardinal pitcher, to die unexpectedly so the team can creepily parade his jersey around the dugout for the rest of the season and so Fox announcers can prattle endlessly about it like they just saw a bus hit a pedestrian five feet in front of them.
You already know how the scoring and payouts work. (If you need a reminder, go here and here.) Nothing's changed from last season 'cause, frankly, this league runs like a top. You know, before the top starts getting all wobbly and stuff.

Here are a several other things our veteran owners should remember...

We Dole Out the Cash
Last season alone, we spread the winning of $2,900 across 13 champs.

We Reward Handsomely When You Recruit New Owners
The first new owner you recruit will let you take $5 off your ownership fees. The second new owner you recruit will net you a free $5 trade. The third new owner will get you a free $10 trade. The fourth new owner will get you a free $15 trade. And the fifth new owner will get you a free $20 trade. Bottom line: If you recruit five new owners, the SLPL will give $5 off your ownership fees and $50 worth of free trades. So, recruit some new owners ... and tell them to cite you as their recruiter. (See here.)

We Have Ten Great Reasons to Join
The list of reasons to join the SLPL is endless, so we conveniently boiled it down to ten great reasons. (See here.)

We Award Free Trades When You Make Paid Trades
Like last season, you can earn free trades by making paid trades. Here's how it works:

For the first five (5) paid trades you make, you will get one (1) free trade. For the second five (5) paid trades you make, you will get two (2) more free trades. So, for the cost of ten (10) trades, you will get a total of 13.

(See here.)

We Have a Hall-of-Fame Death Pool
Here's how it works:

You pick five -- count 'em, five! -- Major League Baseball Hall-of-Fame inductees who have already been formally inducted at the beginning of the 2012 season. (This means that those who were selected to be inducted in the July 2012 induction ceremony are not eligible for the 2012 SLPL season.) If HOFers on your roster die, you pick up points. The team with the most points at the end of the World Series wins the pot.

To fill out your roster, you can pick one player multiple times. So, if you really wanted Joe Morgan to die, you could put him on your HOF roster as many as five times, which means you will earn five times the points should he die in a fortunate boating accident.

The Death Pool will run from Opening Day 2013 to the first pitch of Opening Day 2014. Monies will be awarded once the champ is awarded.

(See
here.)

We Have a Creepy Cardinals Pitcher Death Watch Pool ... and the Pool is Up to $1,000
Pedregoso Rios
and owner Sue Klinkhamer are personally ponying up $100 dollars apiece every season to be awarded to the SLPL owner who identifies the next Creepy Cardinals pitcher to die during the regular season or playoffs (for as long as the Cardinals are playing). Since this is season number six for Pedregoso & Sue's Creepy Cardinals Pitcher Death Watch Pool, the pool currently sits at $1,200. (See here.) UPDATE AS OF 4/1/13: We just learned that Sue Klinkhamer is no longer in the league; as a result, she is no longer sponsoring the Creepy Cardinals Death Watch Pool. This means that amount that can be won has been cut in half from what it had been in previous years.

We Need Your Roster and New Recruits by the First Pitch Thrown Tomorrow (April 1)
Getchyer rosters in by 1:05 pm Eastern time tomorrow, Monday, April 1. Getchyer new recruits recruited! And getchyer horseshoe out of the attic to bring you good luck during the season!

Pedregoso

P.S. More than half our 48 spots are already taken. Don't be left out.

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Join the SLPL In Five Easy Steps

The Santa Lechuga Power League is a campy little fantasy baseball league. It’s no slick-CBS-Sportsline-type league where nobody knows anybody and everybody just wants to end up in the 51st-percentile or above. Instead, the SLPL is made up of family and friends and extended family and friends of brothers Joe and Tony Livernois, who run the thing for their own amusement and for the amusement of said family and friends. And because Jay (as his family knows him) and Tony are simple-minded goofs, they run a simple little league with big-time payouts. Points are earned using home runs and strikeouts. That's it. Oh, and as side bets, we track the heartbeats of Hall-of-Famers and Creepy Cardinals pitchers in our exclusive Death Pools. It’s that easy.

If you’re thinking about joining, here are five basic steps you need to complete to become a new owner:

Plan on joining us in 2013, wontchya? And if you’re looking for a little light reading once the season gets started, why not catch up on the
History of the SLPL or read up on the evil Bobblehead-of-Lettuce?
We hope to see you!
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The '13 Santa Lechuga Power League Begins In A Week!

The 2013 Santa Lechuga Power League (SLPL) begins in 12 days! Rosters are due by the first pitch thrown on the big Opening Day, Monday, April 1st. Use this form to submit your roster. If you decide to go all e-maily on us, make sure your roster includes:
  • Ten hitters, to hit the bombs.
  • Five pitchers, to throw the whiffs.
  • Five death-worthy Hall-of-Famers (Doug Harvey excluded) to pass away during the season.
  • One Magic Number (1 through 31), to break ties.
  • One current Cardinal pitcher, to die unexpectedly so the team can creepily parade his jersey around the dugout for the rest of the season and so Fox announcers can prattle endlessly about it like they just saw a bus hit a pedestrian five feet in front of them.
You already know how the scoring and payouts work. (If you need a reminder, go here and here.) Nothing's changed from last season 'cause, frankly, this league runs like a top. You know, before the top starts getting all wobbly and stuff.

Here are a several other things our veteran owners should remember...

We Dole Out the Cash
Last season alone, we spread the winning of $2,900 across 13 champs.

We Reward Handsomely When You Recruit New Owners
The first new owner you recruit will let you take $5 off your ownership fees. The second new owner you recruit will net you a free $5 trade. The third new owner will get you a free $10 trade. The fourth new owner will get you a free $15 trade. And the fifth new owner will get you a free $20 trade. Bottom line: If you recruit five new owners, the SLPL will give $5 off your ownership fees and $50 worth of free trades. So, recruit some new owners ... and tell them to cite you as their recruiter. (See here.)

We Have Ten Great Reasons to Join
The list of reasons to join the SLPL is endless, so we conveniently boiled it down to ten great reasons. (See here.)

We Award Free Trades When You Make Paid Trades
Like last season, you can earn free trades by making paid trades. Here's how it works:

For the first five (5) paid trades you make, you will get one (1) free trade. For the second five (5) paid trades you make, you will get two (2) more free trades. So, for the cost of ten (10) trades, you will get a total of 13.

(See here.)

We Have a Creepy Cardinals Pitcher Death Watch Pool ... and the Pool is Up to $1,000
Pedregoso Rios
is personally ponying up $100 dollars every season to be awarded to the SLPL owner who identifies the next Creepy Cardinals pitcher to die during the regular season or playoffs (for as long as the Cardinals are playing). Since this is season number six for Pedregoso’s Creepy Cardinals Pitcher Death Watch Pool, the pool currently sits at $600. (See here.) UPDATE AS OF 4/1/13: We just learned that Sue Klinkhamer is no longer in the league; as a result, she is no longer sponsoring the Creepy Cardinals Death Watch Pool. This means that amount that can be won has been cut in half from what it had been in previous years.

We Have a Hall-of-Fame Death Pool
Here's how it works:

You pick five -- count 'em, five! -- Major League Baseball Hall-of-Fame inductees who have already been formally inducted at the beginning of the 2012 season. (This means that those who were selected to be inducted in the July 2012 induction ceremony are not eligible for the 2012 SLPL season.) If HOFers on your roster die, you pick up points. The team with the most points at the end of the World Series wins the pot.

To fill out your roster, you can pick one player multiple times. So, if you really wanted Joe Morgan to die, you could put him on your HOF roster as many as five times, which means you will earn five times the points should he die in a fortunate boating accident.

The Death Pool will run from Opening Day 2013 to the first pitch of Opening Day 2014. Monies will be awarded once the champ is awarded.

(See
here.)

We Need Your Roster and New Recruits by the First Pitch Thrown On Monday, April 1
Getchyer rosters in. Getchyer new recruits recruited! And getchyer horseshoe out of the attic to bring you good luck during the season!

Pedregoso

P.S. So far, we have received rosters from
Brian Thornburg and Joe Kelly. If you submitted a roster and are not listed here, please re-submit it and accept our apologies for a wonky website.
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