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If you haven’t already, there’s still plenty of time to join the one-day, free fantasy baseball contest, which will be based on Friday’s games. The contest has cash prizes, and signing up helps support Bleacher Nation – so, like, do it.

The full contest details are here. The gist is this: you go to Draftstreet, you sign up, you pick a roster of players from Friday’s games, and you watch your guys rack up points for you on Friday. The top scoring team wins $100, and the next 14 teams win cash, in declining order of awesomeness.

It’s truly a lot of fun, it’s free, and it’s easy. Sign up now.

  • ProfessorCub

    Done. Will my strategy of focusing on match-ups finally pay off?

    • http://www.bleachernation.com Brett

      In theory, it seems like that’s the best way to do it. (Never seems to work for me, either … )

      • hansman1982

        Someone get Nate Silver on the phone.

      • MichiganGoat

        I find the best thing to do is pick the players nobody thinks will do well and hope that they strike gold. I remember one of the first of these had Doug Davis as a pitching option and nobody chose him but that game was one of his best and helped somebody win.

        • Chad

          That’s kind of like saying you need to find the Witchita State. The team that will go on a cinderella run and give you huge payback. Very easy to do hindsite, but not so much when you have no idea how they will do. The whole thing is pretty much a crap shoot.

          • MichiganGoat

            The problem in these type of pool leagues is you have very little chance if you pick the same team as everybody else. You have to take chances when 600+ teams will be picking from the same small group of players on each tier. There is a lot of luck to these leagues, and yes searching for the next Cinderella is exactly what might put you over the top. Plus its a free league so gamble away ;)

  • Drew

    Well, without too much thought, THAT was EASY. Why haven’t I signed up for one of these contests before?

    • http://www.bleachernation.com Brett

      I just clicked “like.”

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