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They'll be doing these for MLB all season long, one day fantasy MLB contests at DraftStreet that are free to enter and have cash prizes.
No scam/tricks - DraftStreet has Matthew Berry from ESPN, and many others host these contest to help gain exposure to their rapidly growing website.
Here's the contest link (shortened with bitly for your convenience) http://bit.ly/HsnSRp
The rules are simple:
$250 prize pool Free to enter - One day competition (Friday night only)
Each participant will have $100,000 in salary cap and must fill all of the following roster requirements without going over budget: C, 1B, 2B, 3B, SS, OF, OF, OF, Utility, Utility, SP, SP, RP, P
The person with the highest team fantasy score (scoring can be found on the site) at the end of the night wins (each of the top 6 finishers will take home a piece of the $250 prize pool).
Payouts will go directly into your DraftStreet account shortly after the conclusion of the last game of the night. You can then cash out via paypal, request a check, or use your winnings to enter other DraftStreet contests and win even more money!
You can edit your lineups right up until first pitch of the first game of the night, so get in early and set a
lineup to make sure you don't miss out.
Here’s the link once more: http://bit.ly/HsnSRp
As a reminder, if you decide to deposit and play for cash you will receive a %30 bonus on your first deposit. Deposit is NOT required to play in this, or any other free game, also is not required to cash out. This contest is completely free, no strings attached, so give it a shot.
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