BAM: Another Free $300 One-Day Fantasy Baseball Contest

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BAM: Another Free $300 One-Day Fantasy Baseball Contest

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I am nothing if not giving … and competitive.

Thanks to Draftstreet, we get to do another free, one-day fantasy baseball contest this week, based on Friday’s games. By performing the simple task of signing up, you (1) give yourself a chance to win cash on Friday, (2) guarantee that you’ll have some fun on Friday, and (3) support your favoritest site in the whole wide world, Bleacher Nation. You could even tell your friends to sign up, and I would smile from a distance.

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This week, we’re doing a “Pick ‘Em” style league, rather than a salary cap league. The way Pick ‘Em leagues work is you have 8 tiers of players and each tier will have players to choose from. All you have to do is select 1 player from each tier. There’s absolutely nothing to lose and it takes 5 minutes to build a team. You can adjust your roster up until the contest starts on Friday April 26th at 7:05 ET, at which time your rosters will lock and the Live Scoreboard will be available.

As always, the best part of the contest is the free chance to win some cash. There’s $300 to be won, and 15 of you will win some money (unless I can finally get off of my losing streak and take one of the top spots, in which case, only 14 of you will win some money). The top score gets $100 and second place gets $60, so there’s a lot of money to be made at the top of this one.

So, to recap: sign up for the contest now. Build your roster. Tweak your roster throughout the week as you see fit. Have some fun on Friday when the games are played. Win some money. For free. You’re welcome.

(A teaser for those of you into money leagues: we’re going to have some cool promotions coming soon that involve the pay leagues, so get yourself ready for some easy opportunities to win some bonus cash.)

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

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Author: Brett Taylor

Brett Taylor is the Editor and Lead Cubs Writer at Bleacher Nation, and you can find him on Twitter at @BleacherNation and @Brett_A_Taylor.