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DAILY FANTASY BASEBALL
REST UP SPRING TRAINING WILL BE HERE BEFORE YOU KNOW IT
With the baseball season officially coming to a close and the San Francisco Giants officially wrapping up their 3rd World Series title in five years the countdown is on to Spring Training early in 2015. If you’re a daily fantasy baseball fan you are likely getting the shakes just thinking about it. The season was long but you stuck it out, editing your line up daily, dealing with multiple trips to the DL and checking your fantasy baseball every 15 minutes or less to check unofficial box scores. It’s been a long 6 months, but the playoffs which recently ended, was enough to give you the itch. So relax, spring training will be here before you know it, and it will be the perfect time to try daily fantasy baseball… if you haven’t already.
It’s no secret that the 6 month long season can be a drag, especially if your team is underperforming, or the injury bug hit you early. With daily fantasy baseball leagues, you’ll never be stuck with injured players and underperformance is only your problem for a few hours. All you have to do to play is find your favorite gaming site, pay your buy in and jump in a league with a handful of other competitors. Once in the league the host site will give you a budget around 50K and from there you can assemble the team of your choice as long as you if fits into your budget.
Generally teams consist of 2 pitchers, first base, second base, third base, shortstop, catcher and 3 outfielders. With this format you can still have whoever you want on your team and will never be stuck with anyone. At the end of the day all of the players you just assemble will have their statistics added up, and whoever in your league drafted the best team with the money they were allotted will typically win their league. The winning team is the one whose 10 players accumulated the most points based on value assigned for statistical performance. For example HRs could be worth 10 points, singles worth 1 point and SBs worth 5 points. If your team hits 8 HRs in one night they get 80 points. All other measured stats, singles, double, triples, homeruns, steals, walks etc, are added together. Pitching stats are measured as base on a point system where value is assigned to a player’s statistical performance.
So batter up!! It’s time to parlay all this daily fantasy baseball knowledge into a little cash and a lot of entertainment. Daily fantasy baseball leagues are taking the industry by storm and make the baseball you love and watch that much more enjoyable. Good luck gamers!!