By: Commissioner Graves
In an odd-twist from the many, many times we have voted on amendments in the past – only one, singular proposal received enough support for voting this year.
Needless to say, the voting shouldn’t have been too burdensome for anyone, what with there being just one yes or no question to deal with on the ballot. That having been said, we only received votes from 12 out of 14 team owners, so that’s something special. Luckily, neither of the two additional votes could have swayed the end result, so their laziness – while pathetic and certainly warranting personal embarrassment and shame – has done nothing to impact the league in a negative fashion.
As always, the voting results are here for you to see, no hidden tallies or secret agendas.
Enough preamble, let’s jump right into the voting results:
Amendment Proposal: K vs K/9
Should SLB scoring for pitchers move from total strikeouts per week to strikeouts per nine innings?
Proposed by: Steven Kunkel
Endorsed by: Adam Hennig & Justin Kunkel
What this Means: There will be no changes to our current scoring setup for the 2015 season.
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So there you have it. We’ve got no changes coming to the league in 2015. Democracy in action, y’all.
For now, I want to say thank you to those of you who took the time to vote and for our usual boatload of lively debate throughout the year.
I’ll reset the Amendments Page right here on the SLBlog to open up the floor for new amendment proposals.