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  • Weekly match-ups in your league
  • Real-Time stats updates on all teams in your league
  • Weekly standings updates and Top 100 reports
  • 25 weeks of regular season, 3 rounds of playoffs

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$400 in League Winner Cash
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2nd $2,000
3rd $500
4th $250

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  • Ten Players, Including One Utility Position
  • Pitching staffs – not individual pitchers
  • Use your $100 million payroll to build your team
  • Roster changes only once per week – not daily
  • Integrated up-to-the-minute player news and injury updates

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Player News

Clay Buchholz gave up three runs on five hits and four walks while striking out four over 3.1 innings against the Pirates on Sunday. "Let's put it this way," manager Pete Mackanin said to PhillyVoice.com, "you can't honestly say he had a good spring but he was up close to 90 pitches today. Pitch-count wise he's doing fine. He hadn't pitched in nine days so I can understand his lack of command. Once he's into a rhythm, I think he'll be fine."
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Corey Seager (back) isn't satisfied with the quality of his swing, and he could stay back in Arizona when the team heads to Los Angeles for their final exhibition games later this week, Eric Stephen of SB Nation reports.
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Gregor Blanco is day-to-day with a strained oblique muscle, Nick Piecoro of AZCentral reports.
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Eduardo Nunez (shoulder) returned to the starting lineup Sunday, going 1-for-4 with a pair of RBI as the team's designated hitter.
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Gregory Polanco (shoulder) was not in the lineup Sunday and GM Neal Huntington said it's too early to make a definitive statement about his Opening Day status, Adam Berry of MLB.com reports. "We'll see where we are. It's early in the process in terms of how they're feeling and how they bounce back," Huntington said in reference to Polanco and Chris Stewart (groin). "Let's see where we are as we get closer to the middle part of the week as we have to start making some decisions."
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Ty Blach started Sunday's tilt against the White Sox, going six innings while giving up two runs and striking out one.
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