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2012 Fantasy Baseball | The Start of a New Season

Tuesday, July 10th, 2012
2012 Fantasy Baseball | The Start of a New SeasonFriday the 13th marks the start of a new fantasy baseball season at Fantazzle Fantasy Sports, with Mid-Season Fantasy Baseball Salary Cap games scheduled to start at 7:05PM ET. The Fantazzle exclusive Mid-Season Fantasy Baseball Game combines elements of both weekly fantasy baseball and season-long fantasy baseball contests. First off, users can choose a new lineup every week! This will surely help limit the “injury-factor” that can make or break your team in season-long games. More often than not it seems to do the latter. In addition to minimizing the effect of injuries, mid-season fantasy baseball allows for class and skill to prevail. After all, form is temporary, class is permanent. Now then, each user will be required to select 1 catcher, 1 first basemen, 1 second basemen, 1 third basemen, 1 shortstop and 3 outfielders to complete their 2012 fantasy baseball roster, while simultaneously staying under the fantasy salary cap of $1,000,000. Lastly, Fantazzle is offering three different buy-ins ($5.50, $55 and $110) for its mid-season fantasy baseball game. Fantasy Baseball Games Fantazzle offers free and pay-to-play fantasy baseball games, including salary cap fantasy baseball, limited lineup and pick’em formats, every day of the week! At the moment, the premier fantasy sports site is offering a $250 cash bonus for any player who picks a perfect fantasy baseball team in their one-of-a-kind Fantasy Baseball Pick’em Game courtesy of the Perfect Pick’em Promo. Other Fantasy Games Fantasy golf and fantasy racing games are currently available on a weekly basis at Fantazzle. Fantasy golf games are available every week there is a PGA Tour event, while fantasy racing contests are on hand for every NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race.

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2012 Fantasy Baseball: Under the Radar

Tuesday, June 5th, 2012


dexter fowler fantasy baseball

Dexter Fowler has been red-hot over the past few weeks.

5 players under the radar that can help your fantasy baseball team.

Dexter Fowler – OF, Colorado Rockies

Fowler has been on fire in the recent weeks. The past two weeks Fowler has been batting .459 Leading off for the Colorado Rockies Fowler is a great player to keep an eye on. Anytime he gets on base he is a great threat to score runs for the Rockies offense. Fowler also is a great guy to have on your team for extra base hits and stolen bases. Get him on your team NOW before it’s too late. (more…)

2012 Fantasy Baseball – Sleepers to Watch For

Sunday, April 1st, 2012
Justin Morneau, 2012 Fantasy Baseball Sleeper

Justin Morneau looks to bounce back from an injury-plagued 2011 season.

Despite what some may think, fantasy baseball drafts are not won in the first round, when guys like Albert Pujols, Matt Kemp, and Ryan Braun are taken.  Ask the guy at your office, who won his league last year, how he was able to pull it off; “Asdrubal Cabrera, that’s how!” Did you sense a little pride in their voice? That’s because there’s no greater feeling in fantasy sports than finding a player who’s undervalued on draft day, but delivers like a superstar during the season,just like Cabrera did last year.  A late round pick, Cabrera played like anything but that as he hit 25 home runs (18 hr. in the previous four seasons combined), alongside 92 rbi’s. It’s not the studs on your team that will win you your 2012 fantasy baseball league, it’s the Asdrubal Cabrera’s you find, the diamonds in the rough….the sleepers.

Picking out which players to target as fantasy baseball sleepers is sometimes hard to do.  Do you go with the young guy who raked in the few major league games he played in last season?  (more…)

2010 Fantasy Football News (September 20th)

Monday, September 20th, 2010

Jacobs doesn't look like he did just a couple years ago.

With week two of the season wrapping up tonight, fantasy football owners are beginning to realize just what their squad is made from.  Whether you’re sitting pretty like the Chiefs at 2-0 or panicking like Minnesota at 0-2, it’s never too early to start making moves to try and improve your team.  Weekly Fantasy Sportal will continue to provide you with the most up to date and pressing fantasy football news and information on all your favorite teams and players. (more…)