The JD_Mah League (formerly known as Mantle) is Scoresheet Canada's original combined league (using both NL and AL players) having first competed in 1992). 2017 will mark the league's 26th season.
The loop has 18 teams competing in a perpetual format in which owners are allowed to protect 17 players (plus 1 rookie) from the past season for the coming one.
The annual draft usually begins in mid to late February and extends over several weeks.
Erwin Hunke and his Lost Tribe captured the 2016 championship downing Kenny Warren's Let's Play Two in the final. The Tribe had led the circuit during the regular season with 101 wins. It was Hunke's sixth league title, one off the record.
Hunke and Warren showed the most improvement from the 2015 season with Erwin adding 30 wins and Ken 28.