Why You Need To Choose CBSSports.com To Run Your Fantasy Baseball League
I have been playing fantasy baseball for a long time. In fact, my first league was run before the internet provided any method of tracking stats, standings, and rosters. Once a week my friend Nate would sit down with the Sunday paper and our league’s rosters and compile the league standings by hand. The next day at school we’d pass them around to see where we stood.
Over the years I have used nearly every stats service imaginable. Yahoo? Been there, done that. ESPN? I gave it a try. Fanball? I used it a while back. However, there is one stats service that stands above the rest. CBSSports.com is simply heads and shoulders better than any other stats service out there and the only stats service I use to run the league’s I play in.
CBSSports.com is the only stats service that allows you to fully customize your league in every way imaginable, including rules, teams, scoring, keeper options, and more. CBSSports.com also has free live scoring that allows users to track their team as they compile stats and provides a live chat for you to use to talk trash or trades with fellow owners.
Another unique feature of CBSSports.com is that it provides expert analysis and up-to-date information on all players and teams. CBSSports.com Fantasy Baseball Commissioner is also fully compatible with your mobile devices, including iPhones.
CBSSports.com provides a 14-Day Free Trial and best of all currently is running a promotion for BleacherReport.com users. If you sign up now, you’ll receive 50 percent off CBSSports.com Fantasy Baseball Commissioner. You’ll get a full year’s worth of these features and more for just $89.99. Check out the promotion here!
If you’re sick of the same old stats service, give CBSSports.com Fantasy Baseball Commissioner a try. You won’t be disappointed.
CBSSports.com is a Bleacher Report partner and paying sponsor of the Bleacher Report baseball communities. This post is one of a series of sponsor-endorsed posts related to the CBSSports.com Fantasy Baseball Commissioner League.
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