|Setting Lineups & Managing the Minor Leagues|
I love the ease. I usually start my franchises in 1964. I complete a fantasy draft which allows me to draft some of the all-time greats. I tend to have the computer finish most drafts as they can be plenty lengthy. From there I try to win with the team I drafted. If that doesn't work I quickly go to work making trades to build up my minor leagues with prospects. Trading is easy and I love the feeling of making decisions that could turn things around. I mean who hasn't thought they could do that. Each season takes me less than an hour to go through depending on how many individual games I end up finishing (usually not many). As you progress throughout the years, you'll see things change just as they did in the majors - more playoff teams, division alignments, and expansion teams.
|Individual Game Screen|
|Standings, Team Stats, Quick Budget View, and Team Leaders|
|Individual Player Stats & Scouting|
|Available Free Agents|
|Free Agent Negotiations|