Fantasy Baseball Salary Cap Game

Fantasy Baseball Salary Cap Game

Fantasy Baseball Salary Cap games test your fantasy baseball skills and knowledge, but with a twist. You must pick 1 Pitcher, 1 Catcher, 1 First baseman, 1 Second baseman, 1 Third baseman, 1 Shortstop, and 3 Outfielders, while remaining at, or under, the $100,000 salary cap limit. The fantasy team that ends the contest with the most fantasy points wins the fantasy baseball prize, immediately having the cash prize deposited into their account. Think you have what it takes to dominate in our Daily, Weekly, Month Long, and Playoff fantasy baseball games? Put your collective fantasy drafting and budget hats on and choose your fantasy lineup wisely!

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Daily Salary Cap Games

Fantasy Baseball Salary CapFor our daily salary cap games, you must Pick 1 Pitcher, 1 Catcher, 1 First baseman, 1 Second baseman, 1 Third baseman, 1 Shortstop, and 3 Outfielders that will score the most fantasy points, while staying under the salary cap. You must select a player for each roster spot, while staying under a fantasy budget of $100,000. This rule makes fantasy baseball managers use their fantasy skills and knowledge to form a fantasy roster mixed with stars and sleepers each week.

Fantazzle creates new games whenever possible, ensuring more opportunities to play with a variety of daily, weekly, and monthly games.

 

Weekly Salary Cap Game

Fantasy Baseball Weekly gameFor our weekly salary cap games, you must Pick 1 Pitcher, 1 Catcher, 1 First baseman, 1 Second baseman, 1 Third baseman, 1 Shortstop, and 3 Outfielders that will score the most fantasy points, while staying under the salary cap. Our Weekly Fantasy Baseball Salary cap game is just like our Daily Fantasy Baseball Salary Cap game, except it is played over a week-long period from Monday - Sunday.

 

 

Month Long Salary Cap Games

Month Long Salary Cap GamesOur Month Long Salary Cap Games works like our Daily and Weekly Salary Cap games, except you must set your fantasy lineup and compete every week for an entire month.

Pick 1 Pitcher, Catcher, 1 First baseman, 1 Second baseman, 1 Third baseman, 1 Shortstop, and 3 Outfielders that you think will score the most fantasy points to complete your fantasy roster. It is important to update your roster each week, so your roster is not negatively impacted by injuries and players playing fewer games than others. You don't have to change your roster from week to week, but it is recommended. As your overall team value can, and will, adjust.

Pick your fantasy lineup each week and do your research to find favorable matchups or sleepers so you can stay under the cap, while still forming a competitive fantasy roster.

NOTE: Each week before your lineup is eligible to be modified, we update player salaries based on their performance and any other factors that need to be taken into consideration. Once that is finalized, we update salaries and open up the team modification link so you can set the upcoming period's lineup

When a player's salary changes he will now have a new value, and if you own this player your team budget will now either be higher, or lower, depending on the players new salary.

For example: Period one you choose a lineup spending all $100,000 of your salary cap. In period two, one of your players increases in value from $10,000 to $12,000. This allows you to modify your lineup the following week and spend $102,000 for your lineup (or if you keep the player whose value increased, you now have a team that has a team value/salary cap value of $102,000).

Note, that your salary cap/team value will never decrease below $100,000. You may lose some of your salary cap if you increased it from previous periods, but it will never decrease past the starting salary cap of $100,000. The sky is the limit for a salary cap increasing, but it will only decrease to $100,000.


Season Long Salary Cap Games

Season Long Salary Cap GamesOur Season Long Salary Cap games work exactly like our Month Long Salary Cap games, except you must set your fantasy lineup and compete every week for an entire season.

Pick 1 Pitcher,1 Catcher, 1 First baseman, 1 Second baseman, 1 Third baseman, 1 Shortstop, and 3 Outfielders that you think will score the most fantasy points to complete your fantasy roster. It is important to update your roster each week, so your roster is not negatively impacted by injuries and players playing fewer games than others. You don't have to change your roster from week to week, but it is recommended as your overall team value can, and will, adjust.


Fantasy Baseball Games - Scoring

All of Fantazzle's baseball games use the same scoring system:

  • Single: 1 point
  • Double: 2 points
  • Triple: 3 points
  • Homerun: 4 points
  • Walk (BB): 1 point
  • Run (R): 2 points
  • Run Batted in (RBI): 2 points
  • Stolen Base: 2 points
  • Hit by Pitch (HBP): 1 point
  • Strikeout (K): -1 point
  • Ground Into Double Play (GIDP): -1 point
  • Caught Stealing (CS): -1 point

Pitching

  • Inning Pitched (IP): 1 point*
  • Strikeout (K): 1 point
  • Win (W): 5 points
  • Complete Game (CG): 2 points
  • Shutout (SO): 3 points
  • No Hitter: 5 points
  • Earned Run (ER): -2 points
  • Hit Allowed (HA): -.25 points
  • Walk Allowed (BBA): -.25 points
  • Loss (L): -2 points
  • *NOTE: Points are awarded for every 1/3 of an inning pitched (.33)

Fantasy Baseball Games - Roster

All of Fantazzle's salary cap baseball games use the same rosters (there are no pitchers in limited lineup games):

  • 1 Starting Pitcher (SP)
  • 1 Catcher (C)
  • 1 First Baseman (1B)
  • 1 Second Baseman (2B)
  • 1 Third Baseman (3B)
  • 1 Shortstop (SS)
  • 3 Outfielders (OF)

Free Fantasy Baseball Games

Free fantasy baseball games will be available every week there is a full slate of MLB games. Fantazzle will also be holding several special free fantasy baseball games including: season-long, mid-season, and monthly free fantasy baseball games.

Be sure to come back to Fantazzle each week to see what kind of free games we have to offer for that specific week. Win cash for playing for free!


Play Fantasy Baseball Salary Cap

Step 1: Select the Fantasy Baseball Salary Cap Game(s) and choose your desired entry fee and league size.

Step 2: Create your fantasy baseball team selecting the required player positions: 1 Catcher, 1 First baseman, 1 Second baseman, 1 Third baseman, 1 Shortstop, and 3 Outfielders.

Step 3: Confirm your selections (note: you can modify your fantasy lineup up until 5 minutes before the start of the game).

Step 4: Enjoy the games! Follow your league's scoring live from your account page.

Fantasy Baseball Add'l Info

For detailed questions for the Fantasy Baseball Salary Cap such as "What happens if there is tie?" or "How are leagues created?", visit our FAQ page or feel free to send us an email.

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