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  • Win the $5,000 Grand Prize and up to $400 in your league
  • You're the GM with $100 Million payroll to build your team!
  • Live Stats included with each Complete Package
  • Teams packages start as low as $14.95
  • Weekly head2head match-ups
  • High-Stakes League option - 80% CASH Payouts

Playoff Salary Cap

  • Continue the excitement through the MLB playoffs
  • You're the GM with a $100 million salary cap
  • Win the $1,000 Grand Prize, $200 in League Cash
  • Compete for only $10!
  • Hurry - deadline is Wednesday, October 5th!

Pro Playoff Pick'em

  • Popular game runs during LDS through World Series
  • Easy to play - pick 1 player from each of 12 groups
  • $12.95 low entry package price - no additional fees
  • $1,000 Grand Prize with $2,500 Perfect Entry Bonus!

The Draft

  • Compete for the $2,000 Grand Prize, League CASH Prizes
  • Easy-to-Play, 16 Rounds, Pitching Staffs, H2H Scoring
  • Draft online from the comfort of your own home
  • Enter for as low as $40!

Player News

Khris Davis is leaning toward not playing in the World Baseball Classic, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
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Jedd Gyorko, who played second base, third base and shortstop in his first Cardinals season in 2016, is devoting his attention to a different position each day in spring training, Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. "Each and every day, a focus," Gyorko said. "It's pretty similar to what I did last season, but I think there's the one position each day that makes sense."
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Evan Longoria, who hit a career-high 36 homers in 2016, did a lot less hitting this offseason than in years past, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
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Shae Simmons, who arrived in Seattle in a Jan. 11 trade with the Braves, feels fully healthy following 2015 Tommy John surgery and is looking to be a prominent part of the Mariners bullpen, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports. "You could say it's a new beginning, I guess, especially since I was out of the game for a year and a half or so," he said. "Now it's going to be nice to be around a new crew and learn more and develop my game mentally and physically. It'll be nice to just finally play a full season."
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Steve Pearce (elbow) is progressing in his throwing program and should be available to play outfield Opening Day, if needed, John Lott of The Athletic reports.
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Brett Lawrie, who suffered through some puzzling leg injuries last season, discovered the root of the problem was with orthotics inserted into his shoes. Since removing the orthotics, Lawrie said he's feeling much better.
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