Anyone ever heard of "Robot Baseball"? Yes, it had the geekiest name of any fantasy baseball outfit ever, but it was also my favorite one I've ever played. It died out in the 1990s when the internet exploded and ESPN and Yahoo! and a number of others took over. This "Benchwarmer Baseball" looks like it still getting off the ground, but it uses most of the same basic rules and formulas from the old Robot Baseball. In fact, it looks like they stole 90% of the Robot Baseball rulebook.
There were a number of reasons I liked Robot Baseball, but the main reason was the scheduling and scoring. It would take a long time to explain it all in detail, but the gist of it is that you play a 150 game head to head fantasy schedule. If you have Carlos Beltran and he goes 4 for 4 in the Cardinals 54th game, then that means he goes 4 for 4 in your fantasy team's 54th game, also. They create a box score for each game, and calculate runs scored based on how your team's hitters performed for game #54, and how well the opposing pitchers did that day (then they do the opposite for the opposing team's hitters + your pitchers). It's actually quite complicated, you can read another guy's description of it here
. The rule section on the web site also explains everything in detail:http://www.benchwarmerbaseball.net/
It's not too late to sign up because there are a number of "orphan" teams out there being operated by the league you could take over. To make the schedule work, each league needs 16 teams.