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Introducing FanDuel: Addressing your Fantasy Baseball Needs

SB Nation and FanDuel have created an exclusive partnership, and we want to get all of our readers involved. Enough activity can lead to our very own Marlins site fantasy baseball league.

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Casey McGehee and Henderson Alvarez may not have been named to the All-Star team, but we have a unique opportunity which could allow you to put those two, or any of your favorite Marlins, on a daily fantasy baseball squad.

SB Nation has created ansi exclusive partnership with FanDuel, known as one of the leaders in the fantasy sports industry. FanDuel pays out up to $6 million in prize money every week, and gives users the opportunity to make daily selections with significant prizes for league winners.

Even though this is a sponsored post with affiliate links, all of the opinions in this post are my own. And as an FYI, FanDuel gave me some money to try out their site.

We will be playing alongside fellow SB Nation users for the moment, but if we get enough Marlins-exclusive involvement, we will be able to create a league just for Marlins fans!

Here's how to play:

The FanDuel interface is quite simple to use, and easy to get adjusted to. Check out this video for the basics.

The rules are quite simple, but if you have any questions, they can likely be answered on the FanDuel official rules page, here.

Our first official contest is underway and it is a great opportunity. You can look into that here. The entry fee is only $2, but you can win up to $18,000. The contest will start at 7:05 EST.

Compared to some of the other fantasy baseball sites I have been a part of, FanDuel is easier to use and understand.

If you have any questions, ask away in the comments section below. Let's get this going! Happy Fantasy Baseball, everyone!