Roster Construction

Every player has a salary. Fill all the position without going over the $35,000 salary cap.

Roster Breakdown:

1 Pitcher
1 Catcher / First Basemen
1 Second Basemen
1 Short Stop
1 Third Basemen
3 Outfielders
1 Utility

Scoring Guide

Here’s how you’ll score points and win cash.

Pitchers
W (Win)
6pts
QS (Quality Starts)
4pts
ER (Earned Run)
-3pts
SO (Strike Out)
3pts
IP (Inning Pitched)
3pts*

*Fractional Scoring Per Out

Hitters
1B (Single)
3pts
2B (Double)
6pts
3B (Triple)
9pts
HR (Home Run)
12pts
RBI (Runs Batted In)
3.5pts
R (Runs)
3.2pts
BB (Base on Balls)
3pts
SB (Stolen Base)
6pts
HBP (Hit by Pitch)
3pts

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Spend Where It Counts

The easiest way to score points in a hurry is by splurging on a top-end starting pitcher. Here’s how lineups performed in 2018 based on how much salary was spent on pitching.

Pitcher Salary of $10,000+Pitcher Salary below $10,000

Stacks on Deck

Stacking is when you use multiple players from the same team on one roster. If Xander Bogaerts doubles with Mookie Betts on third base, you get the points for Bett’s run scored and Bogaerts’s RBI. And the more players you have in your stack, the better.

Fantasy Baseball Team Stacking Advantages

Park Factors Matter

Unlike other sports, not all fields are the same in baseball. That means you need to factor in how “batter friendly” a park is – also known as a park factor – when filling out your lineups.

Rockies Score More Runs At HomeAstros Score More Runs On The Road

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