Here's how my team "Hues Corporation" scored 24 runs in the top of the eighth in a 37-11 win over the home team at Coors field...
Darrell Evans hits a triple.  Jim Wynn gets walked.  Fred Lynn gets walked.  Johnny Bench strikes out. Toby Harrah gets walked. Evans scores from third.  Joe Morgan hits a groundball single to P.  Bobby Murcer hits a home run. Dick Allen hits a single.  Willie Stargell gets walked.  Darrell Evans lines out to 2B. Jim Wynn hits a home run. Fred Lynn hits a double.  Johnny Bench hits a home run. Toby Harrah hits a double.  Joe Morgan hits a home run. Bobby Murcer hits a single.  Dick Allen hits a home run. Willie Stargell gets walked.  Darrell Evans hits a home run. Jim Wynn hits a home run. Fred Lynn gets walked.  Johnny Bench hits a home run. Toby Harrah hits a single.  Joe Morgan hits a popup to 2B which is misplayed by Tony Phillips and goes for a 2-base error. Official scorer: E-4.  Bobby Murcer hits a line drive double down the RF line.  Dick Allen hits a flyball double to left center.  Willie Stargell hits a flyball double to right center.  Darrell Evans lines out to 1B.
Darrell Evans tripled, homered and made two outs in that inning.
Eight of my nine starters hit homers in the game, Dick Allen and Jim Wynn had two, Bench three.
The league theme was each owner has five years to pick players from. Mine was 1971-1975, the other owner's was 1991-95.
As of 2/28/05: 101 pounds since December 7, 2004 OFFICIAL THREE-MONTH COUNT: 112 pounds on March 9, 2005 OFFICIAL SIX-MONTH COUNT: 142 pounds on June 8, 2005 OFFICIAL ONE YEAR COUNT: 187 pounds on December 7, 2005 As of 2/27/06: 202 pounds "I've lost a heavyweight" As of 5/24/06: 216 pounds
It's also possible that Rickey Henderson, if he doesn't latch on with a team in spring training, would also be eligible in 2006. In the opinion of many baseball insiders, Henderson would actually be the "best" candidate that year.