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OWNERS OK EXPANSION SCRAPPERS, EMO BOSS WONG
RUTGERS STREET, LES (February 13) -- His reputation is legendary around these parts of lower Manhattan. During rush hour, crowds give way, split in half. It could only mean Andy Wong is coming. And he and his New York City Scrappers are coming to a BVL stadium near you this Spring. ¶ The Owners unanimously approved Mr. Wong and his Scrappers into the league, now 10 clubs strong. In his request letter, Mr. Wong had this to say: With 20 years of experience in all forms of fantasy sports, my comprehensive expertise will allow myself, the organization and the fans to compete with great success. I am most confident that my contributions will make the BVL great again!!!!. ¶ According to insiders, the Scrapper boss read the BVL Oath from his knees. "Everyone in the room got, like, emotional, know what I'm saying?" said the source. "Gangsters were crying. It got crazy." ¶ The Expansion Committee announced today the new divisions. LES and Scrappers will join Banksville, Brick Church and Toronto in the American Division. The former Central powerhouse duo, Homestead and Indianapolis, will battle Brooklyn, New England and New York in the National. The EC has approved a balanced schedule of 54 games. ¶ Will the EC recommend a Wild Card? According to a very trusted leaker, the idea of a Wild Card is dead. "It had no chance at all. It got whacked out of the park," said the source. "The Wild Card sleeps with the fishes." ¶ The nine existing clubs are now deciding which 15 players they will protect in the first expansion draft since 1933 (LES, Brick Church).

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