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The Draft

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

Drew Storen agreed to a minor-league contract with the Royals on Friday, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports.
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Dan Jennings signed a minor-league deal with the Angels that includes an invitation to major-league spring training, Robert Murray of The Athletic reports.
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Ryan Braun is expected to see minimal time at first base for the Brewers in 2019, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
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Steven Duggar is expected to hit first or second for the Giants this season, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
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Colin Poche received an invite to major-league spring training and is attempting to earn a spot in the Rays bullpen, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
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Ryder Jones took batting practice Friday for the first time since September knee surgery, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
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