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I need to find a replacement owner for a team in my 10 year ESPN Keeper league!


1. 6 Keepers per team

2.We also add a rookie draft (2 rookie keepers per team) to add a bit of excitement and to serve as sort of a minor league system.

3.We have weekly awards for best hitter, best pitcher, team of the week! We also include an every 2 week comprehensive Power Rankings.


Guys, the team you are getting also has quite the start as you have Mike Trout, Clayton Kershaw, Buster Posey, and Kris Bryant! 


Link to the team:




Please message me here or text me at 336-831-5180 if interested in taking over the team!





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Hey guys,


I also need to replace two other teams unfortunately. 

I am providing the links to the teams I need to replace here. First come, first serve! You can choose whichever team you would like!  


Boston Red Sox




Texas Rangers



Arizona Diamondbacks





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