I hope you didn't think that was a one-time post, because I'm just getting started. The thing about sponsorship deals is that they don't just give you money for nothing. I know, right? Turns out I have to do something too, and what I have to do is keep talking about the CBSSports.com Commissioner League. I understand that bothers many of you, and it kind of bothers me, too, but it turns out I like money and people not yelling at me for disobedience.
So. CBSSports.com Commissioner Leagues! I told you the other day that we had a deal for you, and here you go - if you're interested in creating or joining a league, you can do so for half the normal cost by following this link. That's $90 off, which is rather substantial. Why CBSSports.com instead of Yahoo!? I don't know. I've only ever played Yahoo! before. But what I'm told is that (1) CBSSports.com is fully customizable, (2) it's won a bunch of awards, (3) you get live scoring, (4) you can run keeper leagues, (5) there's a 14-day free trial, (6) interaction and message board features are excellent, and (7) you get a lot of up-to-date information from the CBSSports.com staff. I'll be playing both this year, which means I can offer a comparison come October, by which point this sponsorship will have long since expired and I won't be talking about fantasy baseball anymore.
So, again, follow this link if you're interested in taking the deal and setting up a league. Or, if you want to play in a league with me (I'm important!), let me know in the comment thread.
Mandatory legal language below. By the way, calling me a sellout doesn't pack any punch considering I joined SBN in January 2005. I've been a sellout longer than Gaby Hernandez has been alive.
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