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    2001 Season Comp Specs

    Free Agent Compensation


    Compensation will been given to teams that lose qualifying free agents. There will be five classes of free agents. Compensation will only be given out to 4 classes.

    Compensation Qualifications:
    A Player will be qualified as a "Type A" Free Agent if they meet ALL of the following qualifications:
    - When you originally signed the player you're losing to FA, he was signed to a multi-year contract.
    - Must have a VORP of 100+ combined between last season and the current season (aka 50 VORP average between the two seasons)
    - Age (as of Dec 31st) is 31 or younger

    A Player will be qualified as a "Type B" Free Agent if they meet ALL of the following qualifications:
    - When you originally signed the player you're losing to FA, he was signed to a multi-year contract.
    - Must have a VORP of 100+ combined between last season and the current season (aka 50 VORP average between the two seasons)
    - Age (as of Dec 31st) is 32 or older

    A Player will be qualified as a "Type C" Free Agent if they meet ALL of the following qualifications:
    - When you originally signed the player you're losing to FA, he was signed to a multi-year contract.
    - Must have a VORP of 75-99.9 combined between last season and the current season
    - Age (as of Dec 31st) is 31 or younger

    A Player will be qualified as a "Type D" Free Agent if they meet ALL of the following qualifications:
    - When you originally signed the player you're losing to FA, he was signed to a multi-year contract.
    - Must have a VORP of 75-99.9 combined between last season and the current season
    - Age (as of Dec 31st) is 32 or older

    A Player will be qualified as a "Type F" Free Agent if they do not Qualify as a "Type A, B, C or D" Free Agent.


    Once a player is signed by a different team during the Pre-season Free Agent Period (does not include in-season free agent signings), the team that lost the Free Agent will be awarded compensation based on what type the player qualified as.

    Compensation:
    Teams that lose the following types of free agents will be given the following compensation:

    "Type A" - a prospect with Potentials equal to 100% of the Free Agent's Overalls

    "Type B" - a prospect with Potentials equal to 90% of the Free Agent's Overalls

    "Type C" - a prospect with Potentials equal to 90% of the Free Agent's Overalls

    "Type D" - a prospect with Potentials equal to 80% of the Free Agent's Overalls

    "Type F" - No compensation will be given.


    Notes:
    - Relief Pitching Compensation will be a minimum of 60 VORP for a 100% comp and 50 VORP for an 80% comp. No age stipulation applies to this due to the limited value of relief pitchers and the very low percentage of relievers that could hit these requirements at an advanced age. Using a reliever as a starter makes the player ineligible for compensation if the number of starts is equal to or greater than 30% of a regular season (approximately 10 starts).
    - If a player does not sign with another team before Opening Day, no compensation will be given.
    - If the player ends up signing with the same team, no compensation will be given.
    - Compensation Prospects can be traded once Types are announced. If the player does not sign before opening day (thus invoking the first "note" above), no special compensation will be given (ie. if you trade for a compensation prospect before the player signs with another team, you run the risk of getting no compensation if the player does not sign before opening day, or signs with their previous team).
    - Relief Pitching Compensation will be a minimum of 60 VORP for a 100% comp and 50 VORP for an 80% comp. No age stipulation applies to this due to the limited value of relief pitchers and the very low percentage of relievers that could hit these requirements at an advanced age. Using a reliever as a starter makes the player ineligible for compensation if the number of starts is equal to or greater than 30% of a regular season (approximately 10 starts).
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    This thread is for comps of players lost to FA in the 2001 off-season, so ratings for your comp will be based off of the player's ratings on 1/1/02. Post the player name, position, a link to the player page from the reports, and which comp level you qualify for.

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    I am not in danger...I AM the danger.

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