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Fantasy Baseball

July 16, 2014 - Jay Bennett
With the Major League Baseball All-Star break all but over, I just wanted to let folks know now is as good a time as any to delve into the realm of fantasy sports.

Perhaps you've played fantasy football for years with your friends or co-workers or maybe you've had a baseball league that involves family members.

Well, for people who do not understand the concept of daily fantasy sports it's something which continues to grow as an industry at a pretty quick rate.

In fact, the current top site to play daily fantasy sports — otherwise known as DFS — is Fanduel.com, but there are numerous other places.

One such place is draftkings.com, which just this month acquired draftstreet.com in hopes of making a bigger splash in DFS.

Since MLB is starting back on Friday, now is the perfect chance to jump in and try a place out like Fanduel or Draftkings.

Of course, there are still a few states which have old antiquated laws that prohibit participation in DFS.

However, West Virginia and Ohio are not in that mix and I urge anyone who may have thought about doing this to at least check out Fanduel.com, which is offering a trio of MLB free rolls on Friday with no strings attached.

 
 

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DrewBen

Jul-17-14 3:54 PM

Hi Jay, nice article. I agree that DFS is a fun way to place a wager on one day's fantasy action but the king of fantasy is and will always be playing in a league. I recommend that you check out ***********statchat**** the site actually provides league's with a national ranking and gives the entire league prizes. Thanks Jay.

 
 

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