2010 NFBC Satellite League Signup Thread

Postby Tom Kessenich » Mon Dec 28, 2009 2:15 am

FEBRUARY 17

$125 Pay Top 3 League, 7 p.m. EST

1. Homer Charbonneau, Schenectady, New York

2. Bryan Busse, Rochester, Minnesota

3. Steve Fowdon, Greenville, Ohio

4. Michael Martin, University Heights, Ohio

5. Kevin Giardino, Lander, Wyoming

6. Sharon Williams, Marshall, Minnesota

7. Athanasio Theoharis, Smithville, New Jersey

8. Paul Gromek, Rochester Hills, Michigan

9. Brenton Blair, Odenton, Maryland

10. Scott Martin, Farmington, New Mexico

11. Alan Greenberg, Cheshire, CT

12. Darryl Houston Smith, Quincy, MA

13. Edward Nolan, Oakdale, Minnesota

14. Stanley Kaye, Frisco, Texas

15. Daniel Stack, Upper Nyack, New York



FEBRUARY 24

$125 Pay Top 3 League, 9 p.m. EST

1. Jeremy Peterman, Alexandria, Minnesota

2. Jeffrey Rubenstein, Pittsford, New York

3. Billy McAleer, San Francisco, California

4. Clay Burnett, Nixon, Texas

5. Shawn Jakan, Lakewood, Colorado

6. Jeff Cooper, Houston, Texas

7. Eli Grimmett, New River, Arizona

8. Ash Sheehan, Marlborough, New Hampshire

9. Ralph Ehrman, Bolingbrook, Illinois

10. Brenton Blair, Odenton, Maryland

11. Nathan Chart, Burlington, Wisconsin

12. Ron Kraus, Medfield, MA

13. Robert Mihulka, Mount Morris, Michigan

14. Robert Schmale, Jersey City, New Jersey

15. Craig Kielinski, Exton, Pennsylvania



FEBRUARY 25

$125 Pay Top 3 League, 7 p.m. EST

1. Homer Charbonneau, Schenectady, New York

2. Mark Down, Flint, Michigan

3. Jeffrey Barachy, Hales Corners, Wisconsin

4. Gregory Barachy, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

5. Brenton Blair, Odenton, Maryland

6. Timothy Stevens, Downey, California

7. John Magnozzi, Whitestone, New York

8. Mark Jahns, Waukesha, Wisconsin

9. Kevin Cummings, New York, New York

10. Jesse Carabeau, Eastford, CT

11. Tony Rogers, Germantown, Ohio

12. Jim Christie, Rochester, New York

13. Erik Sudigala, Sarasota Springs, New York

14. Jim Nicola, Whittier, California

15. Gary Barth, Towson, Maryland



MARCH 3

$125 Pay Top 3 League, 7 p.m. EST

1. Homer Charbonneau, Schenectady, New York

2. Vern Marchand, Pueblo, Colorado

3. Scott Totten, Doylestown, Pennsylvania

4. Richard DiMondo, New Rochelle, New York

5. Robert Mihulka, Mount Morris, Michigan

6. Gary Gregory, Levittown, New York

7. Brandon Leyro, Brookline, MA

8. Johnny Archive, Taylor, Texas

9. Michael Kelstrom, Elmhurst, Illinois

10. Jim Nicola, Whittier, California

11. Chris Poulson, Dublin, California

12. Joseph Halenka, Mulvane, Kansas

13. Adam Lippert, Brooklyn, New York

14. Brian Green, Elk City, Oklahoma

15. Mark Brown



MARCH 4

$250 League, 9 p.m. EST

1. Duke Viveros, Highland, California

2. Rich McGhee, Ashburn, Virginia

3. Craig Kielinski, Exton, Pennsylvania

4. Gaetan Lavoie, Varennes, Quebec

5. Eli Grimmett, New River, Arizona

6. Bruce Bevacqua, New Milford, New Jersey

7. Ron Kraus, Medfield, MA

8. George Walloff, Furlong, Pennsylvania

9. Michael Kelstrom, Elmhurst, Illinois

10. Bryan Usselman, Manchester, Missouri

11. John Menna, Fort Collins, Colorado

12. John Kerr, Belle, West Virginia

13. Ken Norred, Ashland, Alabama

14. Ash Sheehan, Marlborough, New Hampshire

15. Richard Lepow, Buffalo Grove, Illinois



MARCH 10

$125 Winner Take All League, 7 p.m. EST

1. Tony Easterlin, Chicago, Illinois

2. John Swol, Plymouth, Minnesota

3. Nate Ravitz, Bristol, CT

4. Alex Geshwind, Madison, CT

5. Fred Zinkie, Newcastle, Ontario

6. Thomas McDevitt, Berkeley, California

7. Patrick Young, Healdsburg, California

8. Gary Porter, Arlington, Virginia

9. Shane Lutz, Milton, New York

10. Todd Feil, Gaylordsville, CT

11. Stephen Sarney, Kingston, MA

12. Jesse Draper, Lansing, Michigan

13. Mike Cameron, Encinitas, California

14. Kevin Cummings, New York City

15. Neil Caracciolo, Howard Beach, New York



$250 League, 7 p.m. EST

1. Gary Hill, Des Moines, Washington

2. Kirk Kessler, Tacoma, Washington

3. Alika Antone, Tacoma, Washington

4. Erik Kessler, Tacoma, Washington

5. Steve Curran, Bellevue, Washington

6. Richard DiMondo, New Rochelle, New York

7. Kevin Just, Ann Arbor, Michigan

8. Dave Mohren, Wesley Chapel, Florida

9. Gary Fisher, Castlewood, Virginia

10. Michael Fisher, Linden, Michigan

11. Randy Sizemore, Johnson City, Tennessee

12. Todd Meldahl, Seattle, Washington

13. Ken Norred, Ashland, Alabama

14. Richard Goodwein, Oliver, British Columbia

15. David Taylor, Niagra Falls, New York



$125 Pay Top 3 League, 9 p.m. EST

1. Shawn Jakan, Lakewood, Colorado

2. Dave Potts, Auburn, Alabama

3. Chris Hoyler

4. Robert Mihulka, Mount Morris, Michigan

5. Michael Makula, Chicago, Illinois

6. Mike Debo, Staten Island, New York

7. Joseph Nemanick, Santa Monica, California

8. Gary Wissig, Newnan, Georgia

9. Jeff Schwartz, Janesville, Wisconsin

10. Eric Berg, Noblesville, Indiana

11. John Noeske, Oldsmar, Florida

12. Scott Andersen, Modesto, California

13. Mike Konemann, Waukesha, Wisconsin

14. Donald Dismuke, Williamsburg, Kentucky

15. Jacob Boehm, Clarksville, Indiana



MARCH 11

$500 League, 7 p.m. EST

1. Gaetan Lavoie, Varennes, Quebec

2. Craig Kielinski, Exton, Pennsylvania

3. Adam Lippert, Brooklyn, New York

4. Dave Van Der Stuyf, Willow Springs, Illinois

5. Mark Lane, Niagra Falls, Ontario

6. Bruce Bevacqua, New Milford, New Jersey

7. Scott Williams, Warwick, Rhode Island

8. Bill Carson, Colorado Springs, Colorado

9. Anson Chan, Fort Lee, New Jersey

10. Steve Taylor, Manhattan Beach, California

11. Dylan Kolatzki, Saukville, Wisconsin

12. Michael Sachs, Stafford, Texas

13. Jacob Stith, Greensboro, North Carolina

14. Brent Grooms, Tallahassee, Florida

15. Ante Meich, Bayside, New York



$125 Pay Top 3 League, 7 p.m. EST

1. Michael Campbell, Virginia Beach, Virginia

2. Bryan Harrell, Herndon, Virginia

3. Bradley Wood, San Francisco, California

4. Richard Bales, Lincoln, Nebraska

5. Jim Nicola, Whittier, California

6. Jeffrey Barachy, Hales Corner

7. Brian Rogers, Kyle, Texas

8. Richard Kulaski, Nashville, Tennessee

9. Aaron Gray, Columbia, Missouri

10. Murray Jackson, Brockville, Ontario

11. Gary Jennison, North Attleboro, MA

12. Andrew Feingold, New York City

13. Rick Carr, Walton, Kentucky

14. John Lemon, Aurora, Illinois

15. Paul Meadors



$125 Pay Top 3 League, 9 p.m. EST

1. Barry Bahr

2. Derek Youngblutt, Vancouver, British Columbia

3. Roger Garvin, El Segundo, California

4. Ken Hathaway, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

5. John Kerr, Belle, West Virginia

6. Joseph Rodriguez, Fairfax, Virginia

7. Brian Harris, Newport, Minnesota

8. Eric Wasyliw, Saint John, Indiana

9. Larry Katz, San Jose, California

10. Jonathan Ugent, Carbondale, Illinois

11. Ron Kraus, Medfield, MA

12. Daniel Mocci, New Britain, CT

13. Steven Shapiro, Short Hills, New Jersey

14. Bill Cook, Rosemount, Minnesota

15. Mark Down, Flint, Michigan



MARCH 13

$125 Pay Top 3 League, 5 p.m. EST

1. George Vagelakos, East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania

2. Doris Krobot, Bridgeville, Pennsylvania

3. Jonathan Kadoch, Hallandale, Florida

4. Steven Kadoch, Hallandale, Florida

5. Alex Messianu, Miami, Florida

6. Caleb Blum

7. John Page, APO, AE

8. Ryan Pittman, Minneapolis, Minnesota

9. Darrin Feldmann, Bowling Green, Missouri

10. Grant Heydon, Birkenhead, Cheshire Great Britain

11. Ralph Ehrman, Bolingbrook, Illinois

12. Steve Sandhoefner, Maple Grove, Minnesota

13. Dave Kennedy, Schererville, Indiana

14. Brian Green, Elk City, Oklahoma

15. Nathan Chart, Burlington, Wisconsin



$125 Pay Top 3 League 2, 5 p.m. EST

1. Joseph Theroux, Chicago, Illinois

2. Jason Weir, Frisco, Texas

3. Matt Thebeau, Dupo, Illinois

4. Roland Marcengill, Seneca, South Carolina

5. John Pierce, Fargo, North Dakota

6. Mark Down, Flint, Michigan

7. Jim Nicola, Whittier, California

8. Sharon Williams, Marshall, Minnesota

9. Grant Udlock, Arlington, Washington

10. Dave Montgomery

11. Todd Lammi, Round Rock, Texas

12. Robert Knick, Jeffersonville, Pennsylvania

13. John Hickey, Suffern, New York

14. Erik Emanuele, Oakmont, Pennsylvania

15. Tommy Rogers, Blairs, Virginia



MARCH 14

$250 League, 5 p.m. EST

1. Russ Titsch, Hayden, Idaho

2. Richard Goodwein, Oliver, British Columbia

3. Billy McAleer, San Francisco, California

4. John Swol, Plymouth, Minnesota

5. Matthew Semder, McChord AFB, Washington

6. Kevin Just, Ann Arbor, Michigan

7. Luke LeMaster, Muskego, Wisconsin

8. Trevor Durham, Baltimore, Maryland

9. Peter Lu, Forest Hills, New York

10. Jason Steeves, Calgary, Alberta

11. Greg Schiller, Glencoe, Illinois

12. Travess Kolosky, Sparks, Nevada

13. Steven Janovici, Fredricksburg, Pennsylvania

14. Kevin Park, Phoenix, Arizona

15. Ream Lazaro, Scottsdale, Arizona



$125 Pay Top 3 League, 6 p.m. EST

1. Sharon Williams, Marshall, Minnesota

2. Darrin Feldmann, Bowling Green, Missouri

3. Steve Kiel, Manitowoc, Wisconsin

4. Eli Grimmett, New River, Arizona

5. Matthew Suhr, Atlanta, Georgia

6. Robert DiCristino, Springfield, Pennsylvania

7. Andrew Johnson, Portland, Oregon

8. Scott Martin, Farmington, New Mexico

9. Edmund Ronan, Gilberts, Illinois

10. James T. Pippin Jr., Mercerville, New Jersey

11. Laurence Curtis, Mission Viejo, California

12. Steve Burke, Grants Pass, Oregon

13. Michael Garrison, Lebanon, Pennsylvania

14. Michael Weber, Avenel, New Jersey

15. Benjamin LaCrosse, Scottsdale, Arizona



$125 Pay Top 3 League 2, 6 p.m. EST

1. Barry Taylor, Kings Park, New York

2. Neal Graham, Oak Ridge, New Jersey

3. David Cuccaro, Las Vegas, Nevada

4. Jeff Davis, Roscoe, Illinois

5. John Pacca, Bellmore, New York

6. Rick Herrin, Colorado Springs, Colorado

7. Mike Rothe, Bethalto, Illinois

8. Richard Laird, Montague, New Jersey

9. Paul Farley, Appleton, Wisconsin

10. Nathan Wissehr, Belleville, Illinois

11. Alejandro Reluzco, Long Beach, New York

12. Mike Konemann, Waukesha, Wisconsin

13. Robert McGlinchy, Pleasonton, California

14. Jeff Seilhamer, Bensalem, Pennsylvania

15. Chris Tiling, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin



MARCH 16

$250 League, 7 p.m. EST

1. Duke Viveros, Highland, California

2. Michael Kelstrom, Elmhurst, Illinois

3. John Rundle, Pembroke, MA

4. Mark Maciulaitis, Stony Brook, New York

5. Bruce Bevacqua, New Milford, New Jersey

6. Richard DiMondo, New Rochelle, New York

7. William Voorhees, San Antonio, Texas

8. Justin Klefstad, Fargo, North Dakota

9. Peter Plati III, Peekskill, New York

10. Harley Ratner, New York City

11. Raj Patel, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

12. Robert Levens, Morristown, New Jersey

13. Ron Anderson, Fargo, North Dakota

14. Michael Fisher, Linden, Michigan

15. Robert LaPerche, East Longmeadow, MA



$125 Winner Take All League, 9 p.m. EST

1. Jeff Damron, Visalia, California

2. Robert Kaupang, Redwood Falls, Minnesota

3. Kyle Krauss, Chicago, Illinois

4. Brandon Leyro, Brookline, MA

5. Cody Chambers, Shawnee, Kansas

6. John Pacca, Bellmore, New York

7. Scott Newman, Princeton, New Jersey

8. Robert Leibowitz, Port Ewen, New York

9. Tom Kephart, Columbus, Ohio

10. Bryan Sannito, Manteno, Illinois

11. Jeff Cooper, Houston, Texas

12. John Bono, Alberston, New York

13. Robert Giese, Shelby Township, Michigan

14. Mitchell Hartson, Colonial Heights, Virginia

15. Stephen Sarney, Kingston, MA



$125 Winner Take All League 2, 9 p.m. EST

1. Ash Sheehan, Marlborough, New Hampshire

2. Joe Sousa, Hudson, MA

3. Andrew Makula, Niles, Illinois

4. Bill Cook, Rosemount, Minnesota

5. Brian Leigh, Glen Head, New York

6. Nick Zyren, Farmington, Michigan

7. Kevin Burns, Iowa City, Iowa

8. Ben Zanks, New Albany, Ohio

9. Anthony Cincotta, Jacksonville, Florida

10. Clay Burnett, Nixon, Texas

11. Brian Carr, Lebanon, Tennessee

12. William Shaffer, Miramar Beach, Florida

13. Mike Kucera, Plainfield, Illinois

14. Anthony Visano, Toronto, Ontario

15. Craig Distin, Fulton, New York



$200 Super Satellite League, 7 p.m. EST

1. Jason Duponte

2. Nelson Sousa

3. Patrick Gagne

4. Stephen Jupinka

5. Danny Mitlof

6. Andre Bourcier

7. Todd Zola

8. Neal Moses

9. George Kleemann

10. Glenn Schroter

11. Jim Christie

12. Bobby Jurney

13. Jeff Dobies

14. Anson Chan

15. Dennis Miller



MARCH 17

$125 Pay Top 3 League, 2 p.m. EST

1. James Smith, Las Vegas, Nevada

2. Robert Mihulka, Mount Morris, Michigan

3. Robbie Brown, Winona, Minnesota

4. Dylan Rumph, Benton, Arkansas

5. Kevin Giardino, Lander, Wyoming

6. William Malsch, Emeryville, California

7. Scott Levin, Las Vegas, Nevada

8. Jason Steeves, Calgary, Alberta

9. Charles Neff, Pueblo West, Colorado

10. Jason Handyside, Decatur, Illinois

11. Dan Fallon, Murrieta, California

12. Kevin Audo, Firestone, Colorado

13. Brian Komm, Clatskanie, Oregon

14. Hwan Yeo, Ellcott City, Maryland

15. David Marino, Miami, Florida



$125 Winner Take All League, 7 p.m. EST

1. Michael Bass, New York, New York

2. Robert Hudson, Mesa, Arizona

3. John Hogan, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

4. Jennifer Merlenbach, St. Louis, Missouri

5. Darren Teixeira, Fort Wayne, Indiana

6. Michael Quackenbush, Fort Meyers, Florida

7. Scott Keikoan, Las Vegas, Nevada

8. David Duffy, Santa Monica, California

9. Doug Reed, Stillwater, Oklahoma

10. Dave Taylor, Niagra University, New York

11. Josh Jantas, Fords, New Jersey

12. Doug Brown, Placeverille, California

13. Kevin Schiller, Phoenix, Arizona

14. Robert Titsch, Phoenix, Arizona

15. William Beausoleil



$125 Pay Top 3 League, 9 p.m. EST

1. Bruce Lev, Streamwood, Illinois

2. Nathan Serr

3. Ron Kraus, Medfield, MA

4. Scott Sakiyama, University City, Missouri

5. Matthew Zarter, Seattle, Washington

6. Gary Hill, Des Moines, Washington

7. Al D`Alessandro, Seattle, Washington

8. Joel Vetter, Manhattan, Kansas

9. Paul Spradling, Bullhead City, Arizona

10. Steve Baloga, Baltimore, Maryland

11. Steve Chenenky, Spring Hill, Florida

12. Danny Ellis, Leander, Texas

13. Terri Shaler, Williamson, Michigan

14. Robert Hines, Shirley, MA

15. Bill Cleavenger, Morganfield, Kentucky



MARCH 23

$125 Pay Top 3 League, 2 p.m. EST

1. Mark Jones, Montara, California

2. Adam Zmuda, Tinley Park, Illinois

3. Randy Saari, Vancouver, Washington

4. Zachary Woodard, Waco, Texas

5. Matt Hudkins, Springfield, Oregon

6. Herb Goebel, Princeton, West Virginia

7. Christopher Kreush, Annandale, New Jersey

8. Kevin Audo, Firestone, Colorado

9. Hwan Yeo, Ellicott City, Maryland

10. Karl Mische, Rogers, Minnesota

11. Shane Hillyard, Grove City, Ohio

12. Scott Newman, Princeton, New Jersey

13. Peter Girouard, Dunstable, MA

14. Chad Van Meter, Franklin, Indiana

15. Scott Williams, Warwick, Rhode Island



$500 League, 7 p.m. EST

1. Gaetan Lavoie, Varennes, Quebec

2. Kumar Desai, Omaha, Nebraska

3. Mark Jones, Montara, California

4. Jason Duponte, Waltham, MA

5. Bill Carson, Colorado Springs, Colorado

6. Andor Kish, Bloomfield, New Jersey

7. Lucas LeMaster, Muskego, Wisconsin

8. Joe Berg, Fullerton, California

9. Steve Monterio, Leominister, MA

10. TJ O'Neil, Oak Forest, Illinois

11. Andrew Napora, Austin, Texas

12. Herb Eroh, Pine Brook, New Jersey

13. Brad Breuninger, Green Bay, Wisconsin

14. Michael Caputo, Brooklyn, New York

15. Carl Borgatti, Forest Hills, New York



$250 League, 7 p.m. EST

1. Daniel Urschel, Dayton, Ohio

2. Mike Cameron, Encinitas, California

3. Dave Clum, Pembroke Pines, Florida

4. Michael Bozzi, Reading, MA

5. Richard DiMondo, New Rochelle, New York

6. Eric Wasyliw, Saint John, Indiana

7. David Frishman, Bradenton, Florida

8. Allan Bonk, Boulder City, Nevada

9. Robert Steiner, Fairfax, California

10. Scott Andersen, Modesto, California

11. Danielle Prescia, Lincroft, New Jersey

12. Brian Goldblatt, Washington DC

13. Mark Semder, Holtsville, New York

14. Zachary Woodard, Waco, Texas

15. Scott Jenstad, Pasadena, California



$125 Winner Take All League, 7 p.m. EST

1. George Melbrod, San Marcos, California

2. Dan Dolan, Aurora, Colorado

3. Bill Brickley, Manchester, New Hampshire

4. Matt Greer, Toronto, Ontario

5. Bill Walker, Ronkonkoma, New York

6. Rob Silver, Toronto, Ontario

7. Brian Carr, Lebanon, Tennessee

8. Joel Parker, Encino, California

9. John Pacca, Bellmore, New York

10. Kevin Cummings, New York City

11. Kevin O'Rourke, Birmingham, Michigan

12. Jamie McKay, East Boston, MA

13. Rick Lesko, St. George, Utah

14. David Anthony, Tucson, Arizona

15. William Shaffer, Miramar Beach, florida



MARCH 24

$1,000 League, 9 p.m. EST

1. Gaetan Lavoie, Varennes, Quebec

2. Ante Meich, Bayside, New York

3. Ron Kraus, Medfield, MA

4. Patrick Gallagher, Milton, MA

5. Kirk Kessler, Tacoma, Washington

6. Adam Lippert, Brooklyn, New York

7. Dave Van Der Stuyf, Willow Springs, Illinois

8. Adam Tanos, Mission Viejo, California

9. Jeff Dobies, Farmingville, New York

10. John Young, Mill Hall, Pennsylvania

11. Sam Zahler, Thornhill, Ontario

12. Bruce Bevacqua, New Milford, New Jersey

13. Aaron Smith, Los Angeles, California

14. Michael Swecker, Houston, Texas

15. Emir Mrkulic, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey



$125 Pay Top 3 League, 2 p.m. EST

1. Joe Lawrence, West Hartford, CT

2. Derek Youngblutt, Vancouver, British Columbia

3. David Boyce, West Groton, MA

4. Rick Wilton, Racine, Wisconsin

5. Mark Jones, Montara, California

6. Bruce Lev, Streamwood, Illinois

7. Mark Ralph, San Francisco, California

8. Ben Theilen, Springfield, Illinois

9. Larry Katz, San Jose, California

10. Robert Mihulka, Mount Morris, Michigan

11. Josh Walker, Peoria, Illinois

12. Kenneth Blaire, Redondo Beach, California

13. David Cuccaro, Las Vegas, Nevada

14. Gary DiBelardino, Lake Worth, Florida

15. David Marino, Miami, Florida



$125 Winner Take All League, 7 p.m. EST

1. Sam Thornton, Sun Prairie, Wisconsin

2. Michael Polzin, Anderson, California

3. Greg Mills, McKinney, Texas

4. Scott Lerew, Fishers, Indiana

5. Roy Ericson III, Wayne, New Jersey

6. Scott Totten, Doylestown, Pennsylvania

7. Geoffrey Shannon, West Hartford, CT

8. Roberto Amador, Oceanside, California

9. John Roberts, South Lake Tahoe, California

10. Quentin Decker, Gainesville, Georgia

11. Socrates Demetillo, Carson, California

12. Tom Kephart, Columbus, Ohio

13. Don Merlenbach, St. Louis, Missiouri

14. Michael Becker, Fairfax, Virginia

15. Steve Kalfaian, Jamaica, New York



$125 Winner Take All League 2, 7 p.m. EST

1. Michael Kosmoski, Macungie, Pennsylvania

2. Brian Carr, Lebanon, Tennessee

3. Eric Cunningham, Mansfield, Ohio

4. Yen Shen, Appleton, Wisconsin

5. Ryan Stezar, Lake Ariel, Pennsylvania

6. Jason Mastrodonato, Spencerport, New York

7. Robert Bandy, Chesapeake, Virginia

8. Brian Esteves, Allentown, Pennsylvania

9. Bill Wipperman, Bradenton, Florida

10. Carmine Sessa, Brooklyn, New York

11. John Lyons, Macedonia, Ohio

12. Brett Magnuson, Boston, MA

13. Jason Wostrel, Omaha, Nebraska

14. James Havey, La Miranda, California

15. Joe Sousa, Hudson, MA



$250 League, 9 p.m. EST

1. Christopher Bracke, Eden Prairie, Minnesota

2. Quintin Wise, Kingsport, Tennessee

3. Jerry Wojton, Reading, Pennsylvania

4. Tim Armstrong, Melbourne, Florida

5. Matt Lee, Mountain View, California

6. Robert Giese, Shelby Township, Michigan

7. James Hickman, Louisville, Kentucky

8. Michael Quackenbush, Fort Meyers, Florida

9. Ray Morrison, Naperville, Illinois

10. Raj Patel, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

11. David Glattstein, New York City

12. David Anthony, Tuscon, Arizona

13. Robert Connor, New York Mills, New York

14. Ryan McMichael, Suffolk, Virginia

15. Bradley Shairson



MARCH 30

$500 League, 7 p.m. EST

1. Lenny Diveglio, Medford, New York

2. Jeremiah Graves, Cambridge, MA

3. Dylan Kolatzki, Saukville, Wisconsin

4. Daniel Knipfing, Merrick, New York

5. Brad Wilt, Carmel, Indiana

6. Jarrod Carman, Santee, California

7. Joey Hoffman, Swansea, South Carolina

8. Jody Ryan, North Oxford, MA

9. Neil Caracciolo, Howard Beach, New York

10. Richard Heidecke, Westmont, Illinois

11. Ken Skrocki, Bel Air, Maryland

12. Scott Andersen, Modesto, California

13. Adam Moses, Longmeadow, MA

14. John Smith, Bradenton, Florida

15. Winston Sapigao, Flushing, New York



$125 Pay Top 3 League, 7 p.m. EST

1. Richard Michalik, Butler, New Jersey

2. Brian Pepin, Woonsocket, Rhode Island

3. Brian Hoyle, Voorhees, New Jersey

4. Jordan Tupper, New York City

5. Brandon Jarczewski, Cheektowaga, New York

6. Danny Ellis, Leander, Texas

7. Brad Dorfman, Chicago, Illinois

8. Kevin Lambert, Woodstock, Maryland

9. Ken Stoudt, Coopersburg, Pennsylvania

10. Jason McDonald, Houston, Texas

11. Pete Williamson, Kingsport, Tennessee

12. Gerald Andriole, St. Louis, Missouri

13. Phil Reppucci, Bel Air, Maryland

14. Dan Fallon, Yorba Linda, California

15. Nick Schipp, St. Paul, Minnesota



$125 Winner Take All League, 7 p.m. EST

1. J. Ryan Martinez, Lincoln Park, New Jersey

2. Michael Martin, University Heights, Ohio

3. Daniel Sexton, Houston, Texas

4. Scott Shaler, Saginaw, Michigan

5. Jared Libet, Lexington, South Carolina

6. Jack Allen, Fallon, Nevada

7. Don Merlenbach, St. Louis, Missouri

8. Jack Haan, Palos Heights, Illinois

9. John Bono, Albertson, New York

10. Brian Brickley, Reading, MA

11. Carlos Ochoa, Marlton, New Jersey

12. Tony Caruso, Merrick, New Jersey

13. Allen Telgenhof, Charlevoix, Michigan

14. John Lyons, Macedonia, Ohio

15. Adam Tanos, Mission Viejo, California



$250 League, 9 p.m. EST

1. Harley Ratner, New York City

2. Jerry Noah, Ventura, California

3. Robert Lemanski, Wesley Chapel, Florida

4. Alan Mendoza, Vernon Hills, Illinois

5. Francis Pedley, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

6. Lawrence Black, Mobile, Alabama

7. Eric Ames, Bothell, Washington

8. Jim Foxx, Palm Desert, California

9. Gregory Dunnett, Hamilton, Ontario

10. Russ Titsch, Hayden, Idaho

11. Tim Parachojuk, Beverly, MA

12. David Potts, Auburn, Alabama

13. Daniel Insogna, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

14. Matt Lee, Mountain View, California

15. Ron Kraus, Medfield, MA



MARCH 31

$125 Winner Take All League, 2 p.m. EST

1. Kevin Wilburn, Germantown, Illinois

2. Mike Miller, Parker, Colorado

3. James Smith, Las Vegas, Nevada

4. Denis Merella, Buffalo, New York

5. Maurice Gregory, Gautier, Mississippi

6. Penny Parker, Belgium

7. Chris Hoyler

8. Tracy Jardim, Lakeland, Florida

9. Michael Heller

10. Will Seifert, Las Vegas, Nevada

11. Jon McGuffin, Carlsbad, California

12. Jayson Potter

13. Rick Milleman, Buford, Georgia

14. Robert Hudson, Mesa, Georgia

15. Sam Hendricks



$125 Winner Take All League 2, 2 p.m. EST

1. Scott Levin, Las Vegas, Nevada

2. Bill Colbey, Rochester, New York

3. Larry Parks, Roy, Utah

4. Brian Komm, Clatskanie, Oregon

5. John Smith, Bradenton, Florida

6. Matthew Bowen, Lynn, MA

7. Michael Decio, East Rutherford, New Jersey

8. Herman Kramer, Mankato, Minnesota

9. Shea Wigginton, Spring Hill, Tennessee

10. Robert Titsch, Phoenix, Arizona

11. Koushan Akhavan, West Vancouver, British Columbia

12. Christopher Arena, Jamiaca, New York

13. Fred Moseley, Hayward, California

14. Bryce Journey, Omaha, Nebraska

15. Charles Hillyard, Columbus, Ohio



$125 Pay Top 3 League, 7 p.m. EST

1. John Tyson, Hollywood, California

2. Robert Sepe, Long Beach, California

3. Steve Wells, Las Vegas, Nevada

4. Michael Campbell, Virginia Beach, Virginia

5. Mike Kocis, Jefferson Hills, Pennsylvania

6. Greg Mills, McKinney, Texas

7. Mike Johnson, New York City

8. Dan Michael, Lemon Grove, California

9. Marc Quitsch, Staten Island, New York

10. Gary Gregory, Levittown, New York

11. Russel Schiefer, Wernersville, Pennsylvania

12. Scott Lerew, Fishers, Indiana

13. Mike Lotocki, Parkville, Maryland

14. Steve Baloga, Baltimore, Maryland

15. Charles Guenther, Clairton, Pennsylvania



$125 Pay Top 3 League 2, 7 p.m. EST

1. Mike Parlow, Qualicum Beach, British Columbia

2. Ben Bowman, Memphis, Tennessee

3. Gary Barth, Towson, Maryland

4. Dan Dolan, Aurora, Colorado

5. Mark Ralph, San Francisco, California

6. Robert Mihulka, Mount Morris, Michigan

7. Barry Fitzgerald, Gansevoort, New York

8. Jim Carroll, Spotswood, New Jersey

9. David Casteel, San Ramon, California

10. Homer Charbonneau, Schenectady, New York

11. Richard Heidecke, Westmont, Illinois

12. Robert Zirkelbach, Belleville, Illinois

13. Eli Grimmett, New River, Arizona

14. Greg Dietzler, Marshfield, Wisconsin

15. Charles Primrose, Bend, Oregon



$125 Pay Top 3 League 3, 7 p.m. EST

1. Matt Bearth, Cottage Grove, Minnesota

2. JF Prevost, Montreal, Quebec

3. Steve Brickley, Saugus, MA

4. Richard Bales, Lincoln, Nebraska

5. Colin Darcy, Indianapolis, Indiana

6. Matt Wilmouth, Elkin, North Carolina

7. Brian Lucas, Tupelo, Mississippi

8. Jonathan Mueller, Reno, Nevada

9. Dave Anderson, Seattle, Washington

10. Mike Ladd, Vienna, Virginia

11. Scott Shaler, Saginaw, Michigan

12. Roger Wang, Naperville, Illinois

13. Terry Kent, Pasadena, California

14. Bill Drevojan, Hudson, New Hampshire

15. Jeff Shasteen, Creal Springs, Illinois



$125 Pay Top 3 League 4, 7 p.m. EST

1. David Cox, Temecula, California

2. Matt Thebeau, Dupo, Illinois

3. Shawn Jakan, Lakewood, Colorado

4. David Tootle, Glennville, Georgia

5. Joel Brzezinski, McKinney, Texas

6. Steve Foster, Biloxi, Mississippi

7. Gary Linsey, Glastonbury, CT

8. Daniel Carr, Alexandria, Kentucky

9. Mel Tardo, Metairie, Louisiana

10. Richard Kulaski, Nashville, Tennessee

11. Donny Lucas, Brimfield, Illinois

12. John Noeske, Oldsmar, Florida

13. Tim Stephens, Memphis, Tennessee

14. Michael Heller, Lancaster, Pennsylvania

15. Bill Cleavenger, Morganfield, Kentucky



$125 Pay Top 3 League 5, 7 p.m. EST

1. Joe Miller, Somerville, MA

2. Paul Meadors, Fresno, California

3. Ron Serich, Youngstown, Ohio

4. Derek Mink, Simpsonville, Kentucky

5. Michael O'Brien, Brighton, Colorado

6. Todd Atkins, Bradenton, Florida

7. Pete Morgante, Northeast, Maryland

8. Peter Girouard, Dunstable, MA

9. Clayton Courtney, Corning, New York

10. James Springfield, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

11. Eno Sarris, Jersey City, New Jersey

12. David Pearson, Katy, Texas

13. Billy Wasosky, Richmond, Virginia

14. Gregory Giese, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin

15. Michael Pichan, Brooklyn, New York



$125 Pay Top 3 League 6, 7 p.m. EST

1. Kevin McGrath, Eagan, Minnesota

2. Pete Williamson, Kingsport, Tennessee

3. Edwin Cole, Liverpool, New York

4. Marc Griffis, Rancho Cucamonga, California

5. Michael Kazarnowticz, Schiller Park, Illinois

6. Robert Schmale, Jersey City, New Jersey

7. Jamie McKay, East Boston, MA

8. Ben Teeter, Knoxville, Tennessee

9. Mark Anderson, Franklin, MA

10. Brian Rogers, Kyle, Texas

11. Allan Fish, Portland, Oregon

12. Rick Milleman, Buford, Georgia

13. Robert Hudson, Mesa, Arizona

14. Herman Kramer, Mankato, Minnesota

15. Jeff Butler, Yorktown, Virginia



$125 Pay Top 3 League 7, 7 pm EST

1. Travis Livingston, Lenoir, North Carolina

2. Michael Fox, Canton, Ohio

3. Paul Metivier, Nashua, New Hampshire

4. Sam Hendricks

5. Richard Garafola, Coral Springs, florida

6. Robbie Klein, Hannibal, Missouri

7. Rick Lucian, Cold Spring Harbor, New York

8. Steven Akeley, Plymouth, MA

9. Kevin Becoski, Steelton, Pennsylvania

10. Dan woodburn, Richmond, British Columbia

11. Michael DeLaRosa, San Diego, California

12. Daniel Wilkey, Conroe, Texas

13. Michael Jenkins, Nashville, Tennessee

14. Steven Poulakos, Crofton, Maryland

15. Nicholas Decaprio, Branford, Connecticut

15. Jason Lenzi, Boardman, Ohio



$250 League, 7 p.m. EST

1. Ron Spurgeon, Osage Beach, Missouri

2. Guy Ormiston, St-Lazare, Quebec

3. Rick Wilton, Racine, Wisconsin

4. Jim Colling, Grand Junction, Colorado

5. Neil Caracciolo, Howard Beach, New York

6. Jerry Linsky, Surfside, South Carolina

7. Richard McCormick, Astoria, New York

8. Chris McNulty, Little Rock, Arkansas

9. Kevin Jardim, Newark, New Jersey

10. David Frishman, Bradenton, Florida

11. Matt Lee, Mountain View, California

12. Ream Lazaro, Scottsdale, Arizona

13. Bobby Brendler, Rockville, Maryland

14. Raymond Freer, Las Vegas, Nevada

15. Derren Teixeira, Fort Wayne, Indiana



$250 League 2, 7 p.m. EST

1. Alex Ochoa, Marlton, New Jersey

2. Jerry Bailey, Brea, California

3. Raj Patel, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

4. David Lionetti, Aberdeen, New Jersey

5. Jason Gill, Chicago, Illinois

6. Scott Gellman, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

7. Chris Browning, Kirkland, Washington

8. Ron Selyak, Parma Heights, Ohio

9. Scott Wagner, Tonawanda, New York

10. Caleb Benoit, Bourbonnais, Illinois

11. Matt Mueller, Rocky River, Ohio

12. Keith Delaney, Marlton, New Jersey

13. Ryan Partee, Hillsborough, California

14. Steve Wagner, Hartford, Wisconsin

15. David Foster, South Bend, Indiana



$1,000 League, 7 p.m. EST

1. Aaron Smith, Los Angeles, California

2. Jeff Dobies, Farmingville, New York

3. Gaetan Lavoie, Varennes, Quebec

4. Ante Meich, Bayside, New York

5. Patrick Gallagher, Milton, MA

6. Brian Lee, Chandler, Arizona

7. Jason Aberli, Louisville, Kentucky

8. Dave Van Der Stuyf, Willow Springs, Illinois

9. Mark Rogers, Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania

10. Donn Johnson, Atlanta, Georgia

11. Harley Ratner, New York City

12. Wayne Barber, Palm Desert, California

13. Edward Nolan, Oakdale, Minnesota

14. Jody Earley, Midfield, Alabama

15. Jody Ryan



APRIL 1

$125 Winner Take All League, 7 p.m. EST

1. Jeremiah Graves, Cambridge, MA

2. Brian Harvey, Erie, Pennsylvania

3. James Hogan, Valley Stream, New York

4. Neal McNabb, Storm Lake, Iowa

5. Michael Boone, Blanchard, Oklahoma

6. Steven Janovici, Fredericksburg, Pennsylvania

7. Jarrod Carman, Santee, California

8. Jose Cardenas

9. Greg Hubay, Sagamore Hills, Ohio

10. Matt McFarland, Rohnert Park, California

11. Arthur Yu, New York City

12. Jeff Rubenstein, Pittsford, New York

13. Justin Driver, Austin, Texas

14. Andrew Bagley, Altoona, Pennsylvania

15. Kurt Steinacher, Baldwinsville, New York



$125 Winner Take all League, 7 pm EST

1. Brian Carr, Lebanon, Tennessee

2. PJ Green, Missouri City, Texas

3. Bill Brickley, Manchester, New Hampshire

4. Jay Wojcinski, Greenfield, Wisconsin

5. Faron Young, Duncan, Oklahoma

6. Dylan Rumph, Benton, Arkansas

7. Dagan Cassale, Mahopac New York

8. Don Merlenbach, St. Louis, Missouri

9. Ronald Uganski, Kalamazoo, Michigan

10. Jon McGuffin, Carlsbad, California

11. Blair Roulo, Ocala, Florida

12. Kyle Krapf, chicago, Illinois

13. Bryan Fitzgerald, Albany, New York

14. David Foster, South Bend, Indiana

15. Bill Cook, Rosemount, Minnesota



$250 League, 7 p.m. EST

$250 League, 7 p.m. EST

1. Latif Harris, San Francisco, California

2. Bruce Dahl, Lockport, Illinois

3. Michael Pisani, Haddam, CT

4. Aaron Gray, Columbia, Missouri

5. Gary Fisher, Castlewood, Virginia

6. Randy Sizemore, Johnson City, Tennessee

7. Nathan Ouellette, Somerset, MA

8. Rick Wilton, Racine, Wisconsin

9. Harley Ratner, New York City

10. Chad Silverstein, Dublin, Ohio

11. George Hedrick, Reston, Virginia

12. Carson Pratt, Boston, MA

13. John Hickey, Suffern, New York

14. Michael Teta, Pineville, Lousiana

15. Jeff Schwartz, Janesville, Wisconsin



$250 League 2, 7 p.m. EST

1. David Dubofsky, Montrose, Pennsylvania

2. David Lodwick, Royal Palm Beach, Florida

3. Kevin Lambert, Woodstock, Maryland

4. Matt Lee, Mountain View, California

5. Roger Kane, Boynton Beach, Florida

6. Brian Esteves, Allentown, Pennsylvania

7. Andrew Song, Fremont, California

8. Leonard Ringle, New York City

9. Robert Potts, North Port, Florida

10. Carl Willingham, Columbia, Missouri

11. Jason Clinkscales, Topsfield, MA

12. Brian Roberts

13. Jonathan Kay, Boston, MA

14. Clayton Grayson, Brownstown, Michigan

15. Todd Zola, Framingham, MA



$250 League, 9 p.m. EST

1. Joel Garton, Oakville, Ontario

2. Rudy Aiosa, Floral Park, New York

3. Ron Spurgeon, Osage Beach, Missouri

4. Jason Smith, Louisville, Ohio

5. Mike O'Connor, Burnsville, Minnesota

6. Jeff Makinen, Oconomowoc, Wisconsin

7. Jim Thiher, La Crosse, Wisconsin

8. Jeffrey Barachy, Hales Corners, Wisconsin

9. James Smith, Las Vegas, Nevada

10. Kevin Just, Ann Arbor, Michigan

11. Mike Konemann, Waukesha, Wisconsin

12. Thomas Amburgy, New York City

13. Bruce Bevacqua, New Milford, New Jersey

14. Mike Kizman, Saint Charles, Illinois

15. Ed Abbruzzese, Waldwick, New Jersey



APRIL 3

$500 Draft Champions, 10 a.m. EST

1. Mark Rogers, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

2. Dave Potts, Auburn, Alabama

3. David McDonald, Bay Village, Ohio

4. Harris Ackerman, New York City

5. Mark Buell, Fairfax, California

6. David Zwickel, New York City

7. Nelson Sousa, Saugerties, New York

8. Jesse Homer, Sheffield, Iowa

9. Jon McGuffin, Carlsbad, California

10. Jules McLean, Los Angeles, California

11. Scott Sims, Orlando, Florida

12. Andrew Song, Fremont, California

13. John Paolucci, White Plains, New York

14. Joseph Halenka, Mulvane, Kansas

15. Bill Strickler, Holiday, Florida



$500 League, 5 p.m. EST

1. Gaetan Lavoie, Varennes, Quebec

2. Bill Vittone, Silverton, Oregon

3. Bruce Bevacqua, New Milford, New Jersey

4. Bill Carson, Colorado Springs, Colorado

5. Craig Kielinski, Exton, Pennsylvania

6. Alex Roberts, New York City

7. Jonathan Anderson, Rockwall, Texas

8. Thomas Sudol, Floral Park, New York

9. Kirk Kessler, Tacoma, Washington

10. Wayne Barber, Palm Desert, California

11. Dave Green, Staten Island, New York

12. Brian Goldblatt, Washington DC

13. Mark Brown, Martinsberg, West Virginia

14. Jesse Homer, Sheffield, Iowa

15. Harley Ratner, New York City



$250 League, 9 p.m. EST

1. Russ Titsch, Hayden, Idaho

2. Richard Goodwein, Oliver, British Columbia

3. Jesse Homer, Sheffield, Iowa

4. Jim Wood, Spring, Texas

5. Eli Grimmett, New River, Arizona

6. Jason Funkhouser, Bristol, CT

7. James Floriolli, Antioch, California

8. Dominick Vergara, Billings, Montana

9. Brent Grimmer, Cedar Park, Texas

10. John Page

11. Brian Bankowski, Enfield, CT

12 Bruce Lindell, Sarasota, Florida

13. Tim Armstrong, Melbourne, Florida

14. Robert Sokol, Franklin Square, New York

15. Matt Lee, Mountain View, California



$250 League 2, 9 p.m. EST

1. Michael Elko, New Hyde Park, New York

2. Eric Stitely, Alexandria, Virginia

3. Brad Kennedy, Arlington, Virginia

4. Jim Johnson, Collinsville, Illinois

5. Alana Norway, Plainfield, Virginia

6. Jeff Heilner, Gilbert, Arizona

7. Kevin Just, Ann Arbor, Michigan

8. Chad Hourigan, Newport Beach, California

9. Tom McDermott, Millington, Tennessee

10. Joseph Smith, Bradenton, Florida

11. Charley Thomashower, Richmond, Virgnia

12. Jess Shipman, La Crosse, Wisconsin

13. Rick Lucian, Cold Spring Harbor, New York

14. Bryan Wasserman, Mission Viejo, California

15. David Foster, South Bend, Indiana



[ March 30, 2010, 10:06 AM: Message edited by: Tom Kessenich ]
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2010 NFBC Satellite League Signup Thread

Postby Greg Ambrosius » Thu Dec 31, 2009 12:45 am

Here are the rules for the 2010 NFBC Satellite Leagues:



Official Rules and Regulations of the

National Fantasy Baseball Championship (NFBC)

Satellite Leagues



1. Overview:
The National Fantasy Baseball Championship (NFBC) Satellite Leagues will consist of individual leagues, each comprised of 15 teams/managers (there is no overall prize pool for satellite leagues). The NFBC Satellite League's regular season will extend from Opening Day 2010 through the final game of the regular season (including one or more season-ending MLB tie-breaker games if needed). Teams will compete for accumulative stats in five offensive and five pitching categories, with each category weighted equally. Categories include: (for hitters) Batting Average, Home Runs, RBIs, Stolen Bases and Runs; (for pitchers) Wins, Saves, Earned Run Average, Strikeouts and WHIP Ratio (Walks plus Hits divided by Innings Pitched). The team at the end of the year with the most Rotisserie-ranking points based on cumulative statistics for the season in each league wins the league title.



2. Entry Fees and Prizes: Entry fees and prizes vary based on the specific types of available satellite leagues. Check the website for the breakdown of fees and prizes for each satellite league.



Cash prizes are awarded in U.S. dollars and are awarded to the principal owner of the team. In the event of a tie, cash prizes are divided evenly among those who have tied.



3. Draft: Drafts will take place online at http://www.fantasybaseballchampionship.com from early February through the end of March, and will consist of 30 rounds each. For a complete list of available NFBC Satellite Leagues, click on the REGISTER link on the NFBC home page, go to the second page and click on VIEW SATELLITE LEAGUES at the bottom of the page. The entire list of available leagues will be presented.



If an NFBC participant inadvertently leaves the draft with an illegal lineup (for instance, was without a middle infielder or second catcher), then the NFBC will drop the last pick made by that team (or more picks if needed) and add the last player at that position on Fanball's final Cheat Sheet on Draft Day to make that lineup legal. The NFBC participant could replace the player who was assigned after the error was discovered during the first FAAB period. All lineups must be legal before the season starts and the NFBC will correct all errors that may have been missed at the draft.



Time Limit for Draft: There will be a 90-second time limit for each owner to make his/her pick during each round of the NFBC Satellite League draft. If a participant does not make a selection in the allotted time, the computer will select for that owner using Fanball's overall ranking system. If there is a computer failure, an error made with a selection by an owner or any other type of technical malfunction, the draft moderator can stop the draft at any time and correct the error and then resume the draft. That decision will be made by the NFBC moderator during the draft and will be final.



Commissioner Decisions: All decisions made by the NFBC commissioner are final. Tough decisions sometimes must be made about eligibility rules, lineups, etc., and NFBC participants must accept the unbiased ruling of the NFBC commissioner.



4. Setting Kentucky Derby Style (KDS) Preferences: The NFBC will use Kentucky Derby Style (KDS) preferences for draft preferences in NFBC Satellite leagues. All owners can set their Draft Preferences by going to their team on the game website, then going to MY SETTINGS (at the far right) and then pulling down to the link that says DRAFT PREFERENCES. There you will see a list of 1 through 15 in order.

Here's what KDS does: The KDS process allows owners to rank their order of preference for Draft Day, ranking their preferences 1 through 15 BEFORE the leagues are randomly selected. Some owners would rather draft in the middle, if they are selected early in their league; others like to stay near the top and others like to move down to the lower end. KDS allows that if you are fortunate enough. A sample KDS from an owner could look like this: 3, 2, 1, 7, 6, 8, 15, 14, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13. If an owner wants the third pick and he is selected No. 1 overall in his league, he would choose 3 as his top option and he would then be moved to third in that league on Draft Day if he were picked first out of the hat. NFBC officials will look at every owner's Draft Preferences after the leagues and orders are randomly selected and then announce the draft orders for each league.



5. Random League/Draft Spot Selections: The NFBC will randomly select the leagues and the draft orders of each league once entries have been submitted. For instance, if the NFBC receives 45 entries for the NFBC $1000 Satellite, we will put all 45 names into a bin and select in order: League 1, pick 1 is John Smith; League 1, pick 2 is John Doe, League 1, pick 3 is Jane Andrews, etc. until all 45 names have been selected. We will do this for all of the NFBC Satellite leagues. We also will implement the Kentucky Derby Style (KDS) process, as described in Section 5, to allow owners more draft preference. The KDS process allows owners to rank their order of preference for Draft Day, ranking their preferences 1 through 15 BEFORE the leagues are selected. If an owner wants the third pick and he is selected No. 1 overall in his league, he would choose that option and he would then be moved to third in that league on Draft Day. NFBC officials will look at every owner’s Draft Preferences after the leagues and orders are randomly selected and then announce the draft orders for each league. Once an owner has officially signed up for the contest, this feature is available at the game website under MY SETTINGS. Click on DRAFT PREFERENCES and you will see the Draft Order ranked 1 through 15 and the option to change those preferences next to them. If you decide not to rank your preferences, your preferred order will remain 1 through 15. Owners can change their Draft Preferences right up until the announced deadline is set.



6. Roster Requirements: Maximum of 30 players at all times.



7. Starting Lineup Requirements: Starting lineups will consist of:



* 2 Catchers

* 1 First Baseman

* 1 Second Baseman

* 1 Shortstop

* 1 Third Baseman

* 1 Middle Infielder (2B/SS)

* 1 Corner Infielder (1B/3B)

* 1 Utility Player (any offensive position)

* 5 Outfielders

* 9 Pitchers



There is a 700 innings pitched minimum requirement for all NFBC Satellite Leagues, but no minimum requirement for the number of starting pitchers or relief pitchers on each roster. Should any team not reach the required limit of 700 innings pitched by the end of the season, the rankings will be altered to show that team getting 1 point in both ERA and WHIP. No other teams will switch positions in the standings, but the team that didn’t reach the minimum IP will automatically earn 1 point in ERA and WHIP. All players must have played 20 games in 2009 or 10 games during the 2010 season to qualify at a certain position. Minor-leaguers who did not play 20 games at any position in 2009 but who still played at least one game in the majors last year, will qualify at the position they played the most at in the majors in 2009. Other eligibility guidelines can be found under Section 8. If a player returns from retirement or rehab after missing the previous year, his position eligibility will be his previous year’s eligibility. If no Week One lineup is submitted, the NFBC will determine your starting lineup. After Week One, if no starting lineup is submitted, your starting lineup will be that of the previous week.



8. Position Eligibility: The NFBC Satellite Leagues will use the following position eligibility rules in 2010:



a) Players who played at least 20 games at any position in 2009 will qualify at that position for the entire 2010 NFBC season. Players who play 10 games at a new position in 2010 will be eligible at that position after they have played there for the 10th time during the 2010 MLB regular season.



b) If a player did not appear in 20 games at any position, he qualifies at the one position he played most frequently the prior season in the majors. Designated Hitter is considered a position for these purposes (pinch-hitting is not). A player who only qualifies as a DH may only be assigned to the UT position. If a player's most games played at a position is less than 20 and tied among more than one position, the NFBC commissioner will assign eligibility at one position only.



c) Those players who only pinch-hit in the majors in 2009 will be position eligible according to their minor-league games played status in 2009. They would qualify at the position they played the most games in the minors.



d) Players who played all of 2009 in the minor leagues will be awarded position eligibility for the 2010 NFBC season based on the most games played at all levels in the minors. Fanball will determine that one eligible position before Draft Day and that will determine that player’s status for 2010 once he is called up to the majors. Those players who only pinch-hit or DH in the minors only will be UT-eligible.



e) The NFBC Commissioner will rule on player eligibility prior to the draft as he deems necessary. Those eligibility lists are final.



9. League Management Web Address: You can access your team and league via the Internet by going to http://www.fantasybaseballchampionship.com. You will need a username and a password to access the game site. Contact [email]nfbc@fanball.com[/email] if you are signed up for the contest and do not have a username and password.



10. Lineup Submission: The weekly deadline for setting your NFBC starting lineup is 6:55 PM ET on Monday. Players who are on teams participating in games with a scheduled start time prior to the Monday deadline at 6:55 PM ET, will be locked 5 minutes before the scheduled start time for their game. No changes involving players on these teams with early games will be allowed after this deadline for their game regardless of whether or not their game actually starts as scheduled.



Team owners also are allowed to remove a pitcher (or pitchers) who is officially on the DL from their starting lineup and replace him with a pitcher from their reserve roster on Fridays by 5 minutes before the scheduled start time of the first game of the day. Pitchers must officially be on Major League Baseball's DL list according to Fanball and the NFBC by 12:01 AM ET on Friday for this move (or moves) to take effect for the weekend games.



NEW for 2010! NFBC team owners are allowed to switch out any hitter (or hitters) from their starting lineup and replace him with a hitter from their reserve roster on Fridays by 5 minutes before the scheduled start time of the first game of the day as long as position eligibility for their team remains legal.



First Lineup Deadlines for Week 0 and Week 1: You may set your starting lineup for Week 0 and the game played on Sunday, April 4, until 6:55 PM ET (or 5 minutes before the scheduled start time, if earlier) on Sunday, April 4. You then may set your starting lineup for Week 1 and games beginning Monday, April 5, until 6:55 PM ET on Monday, April 5 (and, for players in early Monday games, until 5 minutes before the scheduled start time of their game).



All lineups must be submitted on the league website.



11. Free Agents: Any player who is not on a team roster within your league and is on a major-league roster or once was on an NFBC team in your league is considered a free agent for that league. Even players on the MLB disabled list are eligible to be picked up during the FAAB bidding process. The player pool is deemed closed of new free agents each Sunday at 7 AM ET before the FAAB bidding deadline. Participants should note that MLB unsigned veteran free agents at the time of Draft Day are eligible to be picked up or bid on in the NFBC Satellite Leagues.



Free Agent Bidding Process: The free agent system will be a "blind bidding" process for each individual league. Each team will start with 1,000 free agent "dollars" for the season, and will be permitted to bid for free agents on a weekly basis with a minimum bid of $1 per player. No team will be informed of any other teams’ free agent bids. The team with the highest bid on any given player will be awarded that player. The amount of the winning bid will be deducted from the winning team's free agent dollars. For each winning bid, the winning team must drop a player to make roster room for the free agent acquisition. If a team's free agent dollars go to zero, that team will no longer be allowed to bid for the rest of the season. No bid will be accepted that is larger than a team's available free agent dollars. All bids must be in increments of dollars (no cents). Only winning bids and the runner-up bids on each player will be shown after the FAAB bidding period for each NFBC Satellite League.



Bidding Time Frame: For leagues that draft on or before March 28, the bidding process starts just prior to Opening Day and ends at the completion of Week 26 (there is no new FAAB period if there are one or more regular-season MLB tie-breaker games). For leagues that draft on March 29, through April 3, the bidding process starts after Opening Day and ends at the completion of Week 26 (again there is no new FAAB period if there are one or more regular-season MLB tie-breaker games). Bids will be accepted on the league website from Monday at 3 PM ET until Sunday at 8 PM ET in each of these weeks. Rosters will be updated shortly after 8 PM ET on Sunday with the results of all successful bids. Starting lineups for the upcoming week must be submitted by 6:55 PM ET on Monday. Players who are on teams participating in games with a scheduled start time prior to the Monday deadline at 6:55 PM ET, will be locked 5 minutes before the scheduled start time for their game.



First and Last Free Agent Bidding Deadlines: For leagues that draft on or before Sunday, March 28, the first free agent bidding deadline is Sunday, April 4, at 8 PM ET. For leagues that draft on Monday, March 29, through Saturday, April 3, the first free agent bidding deadline is Sunday, April 11, at 8 PM ET. The last free agent bidding deadline is Sunday, September 26, at 8 PM ET.



Conditional Bids: Conditional bids also can be offered. In the event you may lose out on a player, you can place one or more conditional bids for other players during the bidding time frame. The first conditional bid will become relevant only if you lose out on your primary bid. Subsequent conditional bids will become relevant only if the previous conditional bid fails. Bids do not require conditional bids. Bids may have several sequential conditional bids. Participants should note that the computer takes the HIGHEST BIDS and processes each bid in that order if you have multiple FAAB acquisition bids. In addition, putting a larger bid on a conditional bid than a primary bid is not allowed.



Example:

Acquire Jason Hammel, $19, cut Freddy Garcia

Acquire Jon Garland, $16, cut Freddy Garcia

Acquire Jeremy Guthrie, $2, cut Freddy Garcia



Number of Bids Limit: There is no limit to the number of bids that may be submitted each week in which bids are permitted.



Tied Bids: If there is a tie bid, the team that receives the player will be determined in order by:

1. Worst league standing at the time FAAB was run (Sunday night using Saturday’s standings).

2. Lowest standing the previous week (standings through previous Sunday’s games).

3. Lowest standing two weeks previous (through the corresponding Sunday’s games).

4. Lowest standing three weeks previous (through the corresponding Sunday’s games).

5. Lowest draft position from Draft Day.

Any tied bids during the first FAAB period (April 4) will be given to the team with the lowest draft order from Draft Day, whether there were a few games played before then or not.

Commissioner Review of Player Drops: All player drops for free agents are subject to review by the NFBC commissioner and can be revoked if the dropped player is deemed too valuable to be offered to that league's free agent pool, thus damaging the credibility of the overall contest. In the case of a "star" player being dropped in a league for a valid reason, the NFBC commissioner reserves the right to allow the cut but keep the player out of that league's free agent pool for any length of time, possibly the entire season. All decisions by the NFBC commissioner will be final.



12. Trades Between Managers: To minimize the possibility of collusion, there will be no trading allowed.



13. Scoring: The NFBC Satellite Leagues will use a 5x5 Rotisserie scoring system. Cumulative totals will be used for the following categories:

• Batting Average

• Home Runs

• RBIs

• Runs

• Stolen Bases

• Wins

• Saves

• Earned Run Average

• Strikeouts

• WHIP Ratio (walks plus hits divided by innings pitched)

Teams are ranked by comparing their team totals to the other teams in their league. The team with the best total in each category receives 15 points and the team with the worst total receives 1 point.



14. Refunds: Once a participant submits valid payment, no money will be refunded to participants or co-managers unless the National Fantasy Baseball Championship Satellite Leagues is canceled. A team spot is considered filled when the entire entry fee is paid. Fanball reserves the right to cancel any entries not comprising a full 15-team league. When a participant agrees to finish the registration form and submit payment, that participant has demonstrated his/her acceptance of the official rules and regulations for the NFBC Satellite Leagues.



At its sole discretion, Fanball reserves the right to terminate the National Fantasy Baseball Championship Satellite Leagues in its entirety if there are an insufficient number of teams two days before each deadline. In this unlikely event, Fanball will refund all entry fees within 48 hours of cancellation notice and/or provide a new application form with the newly stated prize figures. In this situation, all pre-registered applicants have the right to a full refund or to agree to play for the newly announced prize structure or in other leagues. Fanball is not responsible for any loss or liability incurred by any participant or co-managers due to cancellation of the National Fantasy Baseball Championship Satellite Leagues, including but not limited to travel or hotel expenses, time taken off from employment, etc.



15. Taxes: If the principal team owner’s prize winnings are $600.00 or greater, the National Fantasy Baseball Championship must file a Form 1099 with the IRS at the end of this calendar year. We will request your social security number and signature on this form and will pay the principal owner. The form contains the amount paid to you and you will receive a copy of the form for tax purposes. You are responsible for paying any taxes that result from your cash prize; please consult your income tax advisor for filing advice. A 30% U.S. income tax withholding will be applied to all non-U.S. prize winners. In the event that the awarding of any prizes to winners of the Contest is challenged by any legal authority, Fanball reserves the right in its sole discretion to determine whether or not to award such prizes. After 12 months, any unclaimed prize will be forfeited.
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2010 NFBC Satellite League Signup Thread

Postby Plymouth » Tue Feb 02, 2010 5:21 pm

Just bumping it up.
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2010 NFBC Satellite League Signup Thread

Postby graybros » Mon Feb 15, 2010 10:05 am

In the $125 Pay Top 3 League, 6 p.m. EST Darrin Feldmann, Bowling Green, Missouri is listed twice.
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2010 NFBC Satellite League Signup Thread

Postby Tom Kessenich » Mon Feb 15, 2010 10:23 am

I'll fix that. Thanks for the heads up.
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2010 NFBC Satellite League Signup Thread

Postby Bull Pen Pugs » Sat Feb 20, 2010 10:21 am

Tom/Greg



Reserve me a spot in this draft for now.



March 31st

$1,000 League, 7 p.m. EST

1. Aaron Smith, Los Angeles, California

2. Jeff Dobies, Farmingville, New York

3. Gaetan Lavoie, Varennes, Quebec

4. Ante Meich, Bayside, New York

5. Patrick Gallagher, Milton, MA

6. Brian Lee, Chandler, Arizona

7. Jason Aberli, Louisville, Kentucky

8. Dave Van Der Stuyf, Willow Springs, Illinois

9. Mark Rogers, Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania

10. Donn Johnson, Atlanta, Georgia

11. Harley Ratner, New York City



If another Super does not work later in March, this is my fall back...... However, if I get into a Super than I will pull out of this one.



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Postby Joe Sambito » Mon Feb 22, 2010 6:53 am

Are any of these Satellites 45-round, no FAAB?
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Postby Tom Kessenich » Mon Feb 22, 2010 7:33 am

No, the only drafts of that nature are the Slow Drafts.
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Postby LongDuckDong » Wed Feb 24, 2010 7:56 am

What happens if a league does not fill up?
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Postby Tom Kessenich » Wed Feb 24, 2010 8:17 am

Originally posted by LongDuckDong:

What happens if a league does not fill up?
I'll be in contact with people at least a week before their draft to give them options to move to another league. If you're in a league now that isn't looking good, email me at [email]tkessenich@fanball.com[/email] with the league you'd like to switch to and I'll get that done.
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Postby Hoople Head » Thu Feb 25, 2010 1:13 pm

Tom, How long after a league fills up until KDS is finalized and draft spots are known ?
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Postby Tom Kessenich » Thu Feb 25, 2010 1:18 pm

Originally posted by Hoople Head:

Tom, How long after a league fills up until KDS is finalized and draft spots are known ?
We're going to soon unveil the automated process in which you'll receive email notification when the league is full, when we'll begin charging the entry fees and when the KDS deadline is. Look for that real soon. It's a great new feature and one we're very excited about.
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Postby captain » Thu Feb 25, 2010 7:46 pm

Tom:



Chris Poulson here if the March 4th $250 league is still open I will take a spot in it. I assume it is pay top 3. Let me know and I will get my credit information to you.



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Postby Tom Kessenich » Fri Feb 26, 2010 1:58 am

Originally posted by captain:

Tom:



Chris Poulson here if the March 4th $250 league is still open I will take a spot in it. I assume it is pay top 3. Let me know and I will get my credit information to you.



Chris
Hey Chris, the league filled up last night. What about the March 16th one? Would that work?
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Postby Hoople Head » Wed Mar 03, 2010 4:25 am

Are we getting close to revealing draft slots for the 3/11 satellites ? Only 8 days away.
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Postby Tom Kessenich » Wed Mar 03, 2010 9:00 am

Originally posted by Hoople Head:

Are we getting close to revealing draft slots for the 3/11 satellites ? Only 8 days away.
We're hoping to have that ready for everyone soon.
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Postby TBill7 » Wed Mar 03, 2010 6:31 pm

I signed up for a $250 satellite league on 3/13. When I clicked on Home/League to see my team listed and maybe pick up some draft site info, I got a request to confirm my credit card info. Since I already submitted this, I want to make sure that this is not some phishing scam. Do we really have to resubmit the credit card info?



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Postby graybros » Thu Mar 04, 2010 3:53 am

Originally posted by Hoople Head:

Are we getting close to revealing draft slots for the 3/11 satellites ? Only 8 days away.
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Postby graybros » Thu Mar 04, 2010 4:11 am

i see this was answered in another forum. looking forward to finding out the draft order.
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Postby Tom Kessenich » Thu Mar 04, 2010 4:29 am

Originally posted by TBill7:

I signed up for a $250 satellite league on 3/13. When I clicked on Home/League to see my team listed and maybe pick up some draft site info, I got a request to confirm my credit card info. Since I already submitted this, I want to make sure that this is not some phishing scam. Do we really have to resubmit the credit card info?
Yes, that will confirm the method of payment that you want to use so we process your charge properly. Do that and you'll then have access to your teams. Thanks.
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Postby Hoople Head » Thu Mar 04, 2010 7:32 am

What other forum ? I can't find it. I did notice that my KDS for this league is frozen.
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Postby TBill7 » Thu Mar 04, 2010 7:47 am

Originally posted by Tom Kessenich:

quote:
Originally posted by TBill7:

[b] I signed up for a $250 satellite league on 3/13. When I clicked on Home/League to see my team listed and maybe pick up some draft site info, I got a request to confirm my credit card info. Since I already submitted this, I want to make sure that this is not some phishing scam. Do we really have to resubmit the credit card info?
Yes, that will confirm the method of payment that you want to use so we process your charge properly. Do that and you'll then have access to your teams. Thanks. [/b][/quote]


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Postby TBill7 » Thu Mar 04, 2010 7:56 am

Thanks Tom, once I confirmed the credit card info, I got to the league and set my KDS preference and team name and abreviation.
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Postby Tom Kessenich » Thu Mar 04, 2010 8:00 am

Originally posted by Hoople Head:

What other forum ? I can't find it. I did notice that my KDS for this league is frozen.
The KDS for upcoming leagues should not be frozen. If you can't set yours please email me at [email]tkessenich@fanball.com[/email] with the league you're in.
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Postby Sebadiah23 » Thu Mar 04, 2010 8:55 am

I have many incorrectly KDS frozen leagues. All but one are frozen. Just letting you guys know so a programmer can look at it. I'll email the kds for now.



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