2010 Fantasy Baseball League: Five-Tool Studs Up and Running, Come and Get Yours

Ash MarshallSenior Analyst IMarch 19, 2010

Ah, fantasy baseball. Where real life combines with make belief in a beautiful fusion of mixed allegiances and sporting know-how with bragging rights on the line.

It's just 15 sleeps to Opening Day, and if you want to pit your baseball wits against some of the best in the business, here's your chance.

Over the next six months, I'll be running my own fantasy baseball league, providing weekly updates here on Bleacher Report with all the results, news, and notes you need to fully immerse yourself in one of the nation's favorite pastimes.

It's a 12-team, five-by-five roto league on CBSSports.com, with a live draft and up-to-the-minute scoring. There's going to be 25-man rosters, including nine pitching spots, three outfielders, your five regular infield positions, two utility men, and five extra guys for your bench.

Want to know if you can win without Pujols, A-Rod, and Hanley? Think you can punt saves and still end up on top? Follow all the happenings of the Five-Tool Studs league, and see how everything pans out.

There are still spots available, so if you want to join this league and see how you stack up, drop me a message. Between you and me, I think I've got the perfect draft strategy in place to run away with things. I'm not sure anyone has what it takes to knock me off the top spot this year.

Alternatively, if you think you can do a better job than Bud Selig and want to feel the rush of running your own league, I have got a deal for you.

Bleacher Report has teamed up with CBS Sports to give readers a special offer to run one of the most realistic fantasy leagues around...all for half price.

You can feel the thrill and excitement of taking charge of your own league by signing up with CBSSports.com's Fantasy Baseball Commissioner, the web’s most powerful league manager, for 50 percent of the original price.

You'll be able to customize the entire league the way you want...rules, scores, teams—everything you could ever imagine. Live scoring and stats allow you to follow along as your teams racks up points, while expert analysis provides up-to-date information on all players and teams.

There's a live chat/league messenger option so you can trash talk with your competition, and for those of you on the go, you can manage your team from any mobile device, including the iPhone.

If one season isn't enough, you can also set up a keeper league to carry on the tradition for many seasons to come. If you're still not convinced, there's even a 14-day free trial to get you started.

Fantasy Baseball Commissioner has won eight out of nine Fantasy Sports Trade Association Awards, but don't just take my word for it. Try it yourself, you won't be disappointed.

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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.