2011 Winter Wavier Wire:

Dates for the WWW:

Monday, 2/14/11: List of players to Ken.

Tuesday, 2/15/11: WWW player list from Ken to each team.

Saturday, 2/19/11: WWW officially begins at 9am PT (actually began on 2/15; ended 2/21).

Final results of the 2011 WWW:

Rank
Team Selection
Old Salary
Old Team
Contract length
Old team $
New team $
1
Southern Cal John Lackey
26
LVB
2
7
13
2
Arizona Carlos Zambrano
20
LVB
2
5
10
3
Santa Barbara Kris Medlen
4
SCT
3
2
2
4
Bay Area Pedro Feliciano
3
SCT
3
2
2
5
Pebble Beach Mike Lowell
2
LAN
1
1
1
6
Virginia Beach James Loney
5
STL
2
2
3
7
St. Louis Darren Oliver
6
VBS
1
1
3
8
Lancaster Francisco Cordero
7
BAG
1
1
4
9
Augusta Aaron Harang
1
SCT
3
1
1
10
Chicago pass
11
Princeville pass
12
Las Vegas Ronald Belisario
6
BAG
3
3
3
13
Southern Cal pass
14
Arizona Jack Wilson
1
SBM
1
1
1
15
Santa Barbara Trever Miller
4
VBS
1
1
2
16
Bay Area Franklin Gutierrez
9
LAN
3
4
5
17
Pebble Beach pass
18
St. Louis pass
19
Virginia Beach pass
20
Lancaster Jason Hammel
2
VBS
3
1
1
21
Augusta pass
22
Chicago pass
23
Princeville pass
24
Las Vegas Ricky Nolasco
27
STL
2
7
14

 

WWW Rules:

2.15     Winter Waiver Wire (WWW).  During the time period after card values are released and the cut lists are due, the Commissioner shall convene a WWW process.  During this process teams may choose to make one or more of their players available for the WWW.  Once the list of players on the WWW is published, the teams will take turns selecting a player or passing in Priority Order (as defined in section 4).  Each team has as long as 24 hours to select a player or pass (or be deemed to have passed), although it is hoped that the process will move much more quickly than that.  A team that passes can select a player for up to 24 hours after the time they passed, at which point their pass becomes permanent.  The process shall last for two rounds.  Any player put up for the WWW that is not selected remains on their current team and the owner will have to make the retain / cut decision at cut date.

2.16     Winter Waiver Wire Impact on Contract Values.  When a player is selected on the WWW, the purchasing owner shall have the player’s contract reduced by 50% (rounded up as always).  The contract expiration date shall remain unchanged.  The new team will not have RFA rights.  The team that released the player in the WWW process shall make a severance payment to the player equal to half of what the severance payment would have been under the contract had the player been cut (rounded up).  Term Cut and Full Cut options will apply as contained elsewhere in the rules.

2.17     Richard Hidalgo Rule – Part 2.  No conspiracy. A player who is put on the WWW by one team may not be claimed off the WWW by another team of the same ownership. Further, any player claimed on the WWW that is subsequently cut or waived will cost the new team the cut cost of the ORIGINAL contract. 

 
    

2016 Awards:

2016 PCL Champion:

Santa Barbara Mooners

 

 

2016 MVP Voting:

MVP: B. Harper, LVB

Cy Young: J. Arriera, STL

2016 ALL STARS:

C: B. Posey, PBC

1b: J. Votto, AZL

2b: D. Gordon, STL

SS: Tie: B. Crawford, PBC; J. Peralta, AGN

3b: J. Kang, HAW

OF: B. Harper, LVB

OF: M. Trout, SCT

OF: R. Grichuk, SCT

Manager: Eric

GM: Mike

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