Where investments and fantasy sports collide.
With the sixth and final installment of our WFNY daily fantasy challenges via FanDuel, we are taking it back to the basics. For just $2 (and up to three teams each), winners will do what they can with the provided salary money and take home their share of $500.
Tonight will kick off (or be the first pitch) for the WFNY/FanDuel Fantasy Baseball tournament which could send one of you to Las Vegas for the chance to win $100,000. We laid out the details here, but in case you’re not from around these parts… FanDuel Fantasy Challenges are fantasy baseball, salary cap style, for
Another week, another fantasy baseball challenge brought to you by FanDuel. We’ve had a few giveaways already, winners splitting their share of some relatively easy money. This time around, things get heady. Gentlemen…
And we’re back with this week’s Fantasy Challenge. Given that the “beat the expert” component hasn’t faired so well — I’ve come in last and second-last, respectively — we’re going back to the old way. Straight-up salary cap, one night’s worth of games.
One night, one team, $125 to the winners. As we mentioned yesterday, log in through this link, register a team based on a $35,000 salary cap and see if you can beat me. It’s only $2 to enter, so if you played last week, it’s house money. We’re also allowing participants to enter up to three teams
With last week’s WFNY Fantasy Baseball Challenge drawing such excellent interest over at FanDuel, we have opted to throw a bit of a curve ball to you for this week’s edition.
Here at WFNY, we are always looking for new and relatively exciting ways to interact with our readers. We realize that season-long fantasy sports leagues — especially the free variety — can tend to go by the wayside as the year wears on. Yet as the annual demand for fantasy leagues continue, we try to
Prior to the 2009 season, it was estimated that over 27 million individuals would be participating in fantasy football leagues across the country. While each league has its own competitive banter, rules, scoring systems and prize, only one is considered to be the league for fantasy football participants to claim that they are in fact
Just a quick side post on some things that are in the satellite WFNY pipeline. First, I will be participating in a Media Charity NFL pick’em contest that is being put on by BoDog.com’s Richard Gardner. There will be prizes both weekly and one big one for the entire year; I will be playing for The Cleveland
So with the football season rolling up on us in a few weeks, we may or may not decide to have a WFNY fantasy football league. I thought I’d put up a post to gauge the interest that’s out there. So, if you’d like to participate in an NFL fantasy league along with the fine
We mentioned it in an earlier post, but we have more information for you now. There will be a WFNY fantasy baseball league, but with a twist. The league will have 16 teams and 2 divisions. WFNY staff will be one division, and readers will be another! In addition, there will be an online auction
Just wanted to give you all a quick recap on the dual WFNY Survivor pools: After the Giants and Redskins were upset by teams with a combined win total of one last week, we’re now down to five participants: Craig, TampaBrett, The Big Heavy, Survivor Mansfield, and Lyon. There are a few teams with double-digit
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Congratulations to Jeremy, who won the inaugural WFNY baseball fantasy league! You might recognize Jeremy as Cpl Yuk in the comments. It was a 13 team roto league made up of readers plus Scott and myself. Scott and I put up a valiant effort to keep the coveted t-shirt in house, but in the end we were
I have to admit, I love some fantasy sports. With baseball season right around the corner I thought I would offer up a Waiting For Next Year fantasy baseball league. Those interested please respond in the comments section, and I will send you an email with the league ID and password. It will be
When I covered the Tribe in a recent Fantasy Baseball primer, one of the players that did not make the cut in terms of mentioning was our current right fielder, Franklin Gutierrez. It wasn’t that I don’t think that Franklin would put up some numbers, it was that his ADP is very, very low and
Jake Westbrook mentioned in a Fantasy Baseball Primer? ♩♪♫♬♭♩♪♫♬♭…It’s the Time…♩♪♫♬♭…of the season…♩♪♫♬♭♩♪♫♬♭While the 1960’s Zombie’s track doesn’t exactly pertain to baseball, and there is about a foot of snow on the ground in lovely Cleveland, Ohio, I figured it would be a good time to delve into the realm of the wood ‘n’ twine…but