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Play Fantasy Baseball On Your Playstation

Posted by on Oct 9, 2008 in Baseball News, Baseball Video Games, Fantasy Baseball Games | 2 comments

2K Sports announced today that they will be releasing a fantasy baseball-style game for the XBox 360, Playstation 3, and PC this winter – MLB Front Office Manager. I’m one of the few gamers on earth that doesn’t have a next-gen gaming system yet, so hopefully they release this game on PS2… yeah, I’m old school like that. Front Office Manager sounds like it will be very similar to EA Sports’ NFL Head Coach – manage the game without having to actually play the game. Think “Dynasty Mode” in your current MLB game without having the option of simulating or playing a baseball game. According to stats mentioned in the 2K Sports press release, 3.5 million peeps play fantasy baseball. But will you want to play a simulated fantasy baseball? Some more info about the game: MLB Front Office...

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Special Fantasy Baseball Postseason Game

Posted by on Sep 27, 2008 in Fantasy Baseball Games, Fantasy Baseball Tips | 0 comments

Article submitted by Kevin, a regular reader of Fantasy Baseball Dugout and owner of Fantasy Postseason. Fantasy sports are fantastic! The drafting of players is fun, the team management is fun, and the trash talk that results from beating your buddies is fun. For a sports fanatic, it’s almost too good to be true. However, when the regular season ends there’s often a major void in the life of the fantasy owner, as they patiently wait for the next sport season to start. At Fantasy Postseason, we fill the void that exists between the seasons with more fantasy competition. We run short games that involve selecting players from playoff or postseason teams. The time commitment is low as there are no trades or benches to manage. As players advance, a manager accumulates more points; the manager with the most...

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Announcing Our College Fantasy Football League

Posted by on Aug 14, 2008 in Baseball News, Fantasy Baseball Games, Promotional Considerations | 0 comments

Fantasy Baseball Dugout is proud to announce the debut of our first college fantasy football league on We are in the process of launching a new site,, and would love to have you be a part of the fun with us by joining our 2008 college fantasy football league on (Note: don’t click the link to CollegeFantasyCoach unless you want to see a GoDaddy ad. The site’s not up yet. We are fully aware of this and working on it.) In case you weren’t aware, CBSSports is bringing player names to the college fantasy football game for the first time in 2008. Instead of piling up statistics for ambigious positions like “USC RB,” you can now actually draft and play Joe McKnight each week. Pretty cool development in the game of college fantasy football. Your friends...

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Win Rock Band FREE At

Posted by on Jun 26, 2008 in Baseball News, Fantasy Baseball Games, Promotional Considerations | 0 comments

Fantasy Baseball Dugout’s friends at want to give you a FREE copy of Rock Band on the game console of your choice! Give yourself something else to do besides playing fantasy baseball during your summer vacation. Getting entered to win Rock Band for your game console is pretty easy. If you aren’t already registered with their site, the first step is joining at – The Ultimate High School Sports Site. TAKKLE is the social network for high school sports – a place where students, athletes, coaches, and fans can share their passion for all sports! Just in case you were wondering, BatBoy BeeZee is a member of TAKKLE-land, check out his profile when you register! After you create your account, you are immediately entered into the contest. The contest runs through July 31, 2008, and all you...

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MLB K’d Over Fantasy Baseball Appeal At The Supreme Court

Posted by on Jun 3, 2008 in Baseball News, Fantasy Baseball Games | 0 comments

As Fantasy Baseball Dugout so accurately predicted on Friday, the Supreme Court turned down Major League Baseball’s appeal of two earlier rulings in favor of CBC Distribution and Marketing of St. Louis, Missouri. MLB’s appeal to the Supreme Court was over the use of player likenesses and statistics used by companies like CBC “for-profit” in fantasy baseball. The league was seeking to receive licensing fees, similar to what they already receive from fantasy baseball services like Yahoo!, CBS Sportsline, and ESPN, from smaller service providers like CBC. The Supreme Court turned down the case without comment, and upheld earlier rulings that give First Amendment “free-speech” rights to fantasy baseball service providers that use statistical information and player likenesses in their games without paying licensing fees. Major League Baseball fears it stands to lose “billions of dollars,” but the ruling...

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Fantasy Baseball On Deck At The Supreme Court

Posted by on May 30, 2008 in Baseball News, Fantasy Baseball Games, Fantasy Baseball Tips | 0 comments

June 2, 2008 will be remembered as a big day for fantasy baseball, and the results of games on the field will have no effect. Major League Baseball has appealed a case dating back to 2006 to the Supreme Court against CBC Distribution and Marketing of St. Louis, Missouri over rights to licensing fees for statistics and player likenesses used in fantasy baseball. CBC Distribution and Marketing of St. Louis, Missouri is the ownership group behind, a St. Louis-based company that distributes fantasy sports products and services to companies like USA TODAY and The Sporting News. MLB’s case has backing from the NFL, NBA, NHL, NASCAR, the PGA TOUR, and the WNBA, so the ramifications of an appeal and overturn of this case will have a widespread effect on the entire fantasy sports industry, valued at 1.5-billion dollars....

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