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You want a chance to beat me in a one day fantasy baseball game? Not only will you get the opportunity to down me in the challenge, you'll also get a chance to make some money in the process, so what do you have to lose? Here's how it works.


You go to Draftstreet.com and sign up (if you're already signed up you simply join the BaseballGuys league). It won't take more than two minutes to sign up and its 100% FREE.


Once signed up you'll get a chance to choose your roster of players for FRIDAY AUGUST 19th. That is the day that the contest will run – this Friday.


You get a salary cap of $100,000 dollars. Are you going to go big on the hill and spend $8,431 on Joey Votto at first or are you going to try and hit it big with the streaking Mike Carp who is cheaper at $7,648? You choose your team for the one day contest, and your off.


ROSTER C, 1B, 2B, 3B, SS, 3 OF, 2 U, 2 SP, 1 RP, 1 P and 2 Reserves (14 starters)

SCORING Hitting         Pitching 1B     1 pt         BBI     -.25 pts 2B     2 pts         HA     -.25 pts 3B     3 pts         HB     -.25 pts BB     .8 pts         ER     -.75 pts HR     4 pts         INN     .75 pts HP     .8 pts         K     .75 pts R     1.5 pts         L     -.75 pts RBI     1.5 pts         S     3 pts SB     2 pts         W     1.5 pts KO     -1 pt         CG     1 pt GDP     -1 pt CS     -1 pt SAC     .8 pts


First place: $40 Second place: $25 Third place: $20 Fourth place: $15

And again, it's FREE to sign up and play.

So there it is.

Sign up is FREE.

You can win real money – for FREE.

You get a chance to take me on in the challenge (by the way, my team name is FantasyFandom).

The contest is Friday, August 19th.

So, do you think you can take me down an in the process make a few bucks?


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About Ray Flowers

The co-host of The Drive on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio (Sirius 210, XM 87: Mon-Fri 7-10 PM EDT), Ray also hosts his own show Sunday night (7-10 PM EDT). Ray has spent years squirreled away studying the inner workings of the fantasy game to the detriment of his personal life. Specializing in baseball, football and hockey, some consider him an expert in all three.

Ray Flowers on Twitter

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Brantley cause of stability. RT @HawkeyeMsp: BJ Upton or Michael Brantley?

just one game, but still a top-10 option at third. RT @Dwizzle3: think yesterday was a turning point for Seager?

maybe 50%? RT @LarrySchechter: @MikeGianella @ProjectRoto What are the odds that Flaherty goes to AAA when Machado returns?