Dedicated Blogger Fantasy Baseball League

Posted: March 11, 2008 in Baseball, fantasy baseball
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benyamens-bosox-logo.jpgWell, it’s spring again.  That means no more football . . . for a long time.  Like I said a few weeks ago though, I have finally developed a hobby to fill that long football offseason.  It’s fantasy baseball season again!  Benyamen’s BoSox (that’s my team logo up top) are ready for another season in the fantasy baseball realm of existence and I’m more fired up than a Gulf War oil well.  I’ve had a couple drafts already and am reasonably happy with who I’ve come away with, but you never know how your team will really be until they start playing the games.  For those of you unacquainted with the wonderous world of fantasy sports, you basically get a group of people together, draft teams of players and then accumulate points throughout the year based on those players performance.  Then through sheer guile you improve your team throughout the year through a series of trades with other owners and through sage like pickups off the free agent list of undrafted players.  You can put as much or as little time and effort into it as you want, and it’s a great way to fill some free time from March through October.  Some people look down on fantasy sports players as mouth breathers with no real life of their own thus they live a fantasy one, but to them I say “at least it’s not Second Life.”

Here’s where you come in, I’d love to put together a fantasy baseball league of dedicated (or even moderately interested) blog readers.  It’s free.  It’s fun.  It’s a great way to get to know some new people and to have bragging rights over menial things with people you barely know!  You don’t even need to know much about baseball to play.  If you’d be interested in getting in on this league just leave me a comment (when you comment it asks for an email address so I can get a hold of you) and you’re in.  Have a good one and hopefully I’ll hear from you soon.

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