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SBNation and FanDuel's exclusive partnership continues into 2016

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FanDuel returns to SBNation in 2016 as its exclusive partner for one-day fantasy sports.

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SB Nation and FanDuel have partnered for the 2016 season.  If you're not familiar with FanDuel, they host daily fantasy baseball leagues. Instead of drafting a team that you think will out-perform the rest of your league over the course of six months, you put together a lineup for only that day's games. There's a salary cap to stick to, adding another layer of strategy to the mix.

Blow your roto draft and you're already looking ahead to next year. Blow your FanDuel selections and you get another chance tomorrow.

If you have questions about any of the rules or specifics on how the daily contests work, you can probably find the answers to them here.

As I mentioned at the top, SB Nation is hosting a members only contest on Opening Day. The entry fee is $5 and there will be a prize pool of $6,000, with $1,000 and four tickets to a game going to the winner. You can enter here.

I'm investigating the possibility of using Ryan Raburn at all nine positions, because I've got a hunch he's due.