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H2H Salary Cap

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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!
  • Weekly head2head match-ups
  • Live Stats included with each Complete Package
  • Teams packages start as low as $14.95
  • Or, pick the High-Stakes League option - 80% CASH Payouts!

Home Run Pick'em

  • Only $15 to play - no additional fees for the rest of the season!
  • Easy to play - just pick 1 player from each of 10 groups
  • CASH prizes every week!
  • Create a buddy league to compete with your friends

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!
  • First game is Thursday, October 3rd

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!

All-Star Challenge

  • Exciting event runs MLB All-Star Weekend only!
  • Simply pick your favorite Futures and All-Star players
  • Enter for as low as $5!
  • Compete for great CASH prizes
  • Hurry - deadline is Sunday, July 7th!

Player News

Marcell Ozuna's facial laceration is considered minor and he continues to work out daily, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports.
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Wilson Ramos could see additional action as a DH and pinch hitter with the Mets likely to carry three catchers on an expanded roster, Tim Britton of The Athletic reports.
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Marcell Ozuna suffered a "small laceration" on his face after his wife allegedly hit him with a soap dish, Andy Slater of Fox Sports 640 reports.
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Reds general manager Dick Williams said Wednesday that Eugenio Suarez (shoulder) is "100 percent" healthy, C. Trent Rosecrans of The Athletic reports.
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Kolten Wong was one of the players present for the Cardinals' first on-field workout in more than two months Wednesday at Busch Stadium, Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
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Chris Archer underwent surgery Tuesday to relieve symptoms of neurogenic thoracic outlet syndrome and has been ruled out for the 2020 season.
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