Okay, folks...I have an announcement to make.
SBN is partnering with CBSsports.com on CBSsports.com's fantasy baseball offerings. As part of this, there is going to be an LSB league, that will include 12 folks (well, me and 11 other folks). Normally, you have to pay for the CBSsports.com Commissioner Baseball fantasy leagues, but this league is free for us 12 participants. It will be Rotisserie style, and anyone who wants to participate, speak up. I'll figure out some way to pick who will participate, since I'm guessing more than 11 folks will want to play.
Let me also be clear that this is part of an ad campaign CBSsports.com is doing with SBN. I'm being paid to do this. Not much -- it is less than my hourly billing rate at work -- but I am being compensated, and I want to be upfront about that.
In addition, if you want to have your own league, and if you sign up through LSB, you'll get a 50% discount off of the usual rate. You can sign up through LSB and get the discounted rate by clicking here. (And yes, I get a cut if you sign up, but again, the amount is pretty minimal).
Why should you pay for CBSsports.com's Commissioner set up, rather than using one of the free ones out there? Well, you get:
To be part of the web’s most powerful league manager that won 8 out of 9 Fantasy Sports Trade Association Awards for "Best Fantasy Baseball Commissioner League Management Product"
You have these features:
Customize entire league the way you want...rules, scores, teams + more
LIVE scoring & stats so you can follow along as your teams rack up points
Keeper league capability to carry on the tradition for many seasons to come
Expert analysis provides up-to-date information on all players & teams
Live chat/league messenger to trash talk with your competition
14-Day Free Trial included
This, for just $89.99 using the SBN discount signup rate. On a 12 team league, that's only about $7 per person. Its a bargain!
So, that's where we are. I'll be doing additional posts going forward about this, and be posting with regular updates about the league, but for those of you interested in doing fantasy baseball this year, click on my link above and check it out. There's no obligation -- you have 14 days before you have to pay, so you can try it out for two weeks to see if you like it or not.
Now the legal stuff:
CBSSports.com is an SB Nation partner and paying sponsor of the SB Nation baseball communities. This post is one of a series of sponsor endorsed posts related to the CBSSports.com Fantasy Baseball Commissioner League.
CBSSports.com is an SB Nation partner and paying sponsor of the SB Nation baseball communities.
This post is one of a series of sponsor endorsed posts related to the CBSSports.com Fantasy Baseball Commissioner League.