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Bleacher Nation’s fantasy baseball partner DraftStreet decided to blow things out. They’re running a one-day fantasy baseball contest TOMORROW, Friday, April 25, based on Friday’s games, with a cash prize pool of $100,000. First place gets a whopping $20,000, and the next 749 people get paid.

The league costs only $22 to play, and you can sign up here.

As a bonus? If you’re a first-timer, DraftStreet will match you with bonus money for whatever you deposit (up to $200). Hooray for free things.

(For those who haven’t done these contests before, they’re simple and fun: you pick a player from each of eight tiers of players. That’s it. You’re just trying to pick the 8 guys you think we do the best on Friday. You can adjust your roster up until the contest starts on Friday, April 25 at 6pm CT, at which time your rosters will lock and the Live Scoreboard will be available.)

So, sign up here for the $100,000 contest. Win a ton of money, and then I will like you.

 

*Note: residents of some States are not eligible to play, so if you’re blocked out for that reason, my most humble apologies.

  • Darth Ivy

    F-n Jay Bruce has 3 stolen bases this week. WTF. SB is one of the 2 or 3 categories I have a chance to win this week. Was up 5-0 before yesterday. F-n Bruce gets 3, with a couple more by other guys, and it’s tied 5-5. WTF.

  • Darth Ivy

    My DL- Sale, Cobb, Joe Kelly, Taijuan Walker, Minor.

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