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Easy To Play

Loads of numbers and stats not your thing? Want to play fantasy baseball, but don't have time to pour over pitching matchups?

Then check out our simple, unique way to play fantasy baseball!

  • 16-round live draft online
  • Start 9 batters (one at each position and a flex) and 1 team pitching staff
  • In-season Live Scoring, Free Agent Bidding and League Messaging
  • Similar to our traditional salary cap game, but this time you own the players

Sign up a few friends or enter an entire 12-team league!

Win Big Money

PRIZES
$1,200 in League Winner Cash
1st Place $2,000
2nd $500
3rd $250
4th $100

Draft Online

  • Drafts start on Wednesday, March 23rd
  • Pick a draft time that works best for you and your buddies
  • Or, set your player rankings and let the computer draft for you
  • Who do YOU take in the first round? Can he take you to victory?
  • Don't wait! Registration ends on Tuesday, April 5th!

Entry Options

All-Star League Entry for $40:
Includes Trophy and merchandise league prizes.

MVP League Entry for $200:
Includes $1,200 in league cash prizes.

All teams are eligible for the $2,000 Grand Prize regardless of league choice. Maximum $150 actual cash budget for bidding on free agents during the season.

Player News

Danny Espinosa was traded to the Angels on Saturday, Josh Norris of Baseball America reports.
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Speaking at the team's Piratefest on Saturday, Andrew McCutchen refused to blame thumb and knee injuries for his poor performance in 2016. "I just didn't have it," he told DK Pittsburgh Sports. "It just wasn't there. It had nothing to do with injuries. I didn't produce the way that I wanted to, that's plain and simple. I appreciate it, because people are like, 'Something's not right. Something's off. He has to be injured to not be performing.' Honestly, it was nothing. The performance just wasn't there."
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Pablo Sandoval becomes the leading candidate to be Boston's starting third baseman after the organization's recent acquisitions.
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Koda Glover was shut down in September due to a torn labrum in his hip, per Chelsea Janes of the Washington Post.
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Gerrit Cole (elbow) will begin his normal throwing program Monday, Rob Biertempfel of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.
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Keon Broxton (wrist) pleaded no contest Monday to a trespassing charge stemming from his November arrest, Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
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