Welcome to Adam Ronis’ High Roller Room!

More often than not, playing in your fantasy baseball home league is more about bragging rights than anything else. Beat your buddies and you can walk a little taller throughout the offseason because you were smarter and played a savvier game all year. Sure, you can each kick in $100 to create a prize pool, but we’re not exactly talking life-changing money, are we? But with the rise of daily fantasy sports (DFS) and the ever-increasing number of competitors in the National Fantasy Baseball Championships (NFBC), people aren’t looking to bring home just the bacon -- they want the whole damn pig.

If you’ve got some disposable income and you’re looking to bank some real coin playing fantasy...