Does anyone participate in fantasy sports other than football and baseball?
I got into Yahoo! Sports fantasy gold a few years ago because some people I used to work with decided to do it as a joke, and since the golf "season" is so long everyone would have a lot of trash talking and fun rivalries. It was somewhat interesting, and it made boring golf highlights on TV somewhat more pertinent. Plus you really only have to set a lineup once per week.
I've also played fantasy hockey which I think is just as interesting as fantasy baseball, however it's much tougher to find true hockey fans that will keep a league from stagnating with only a few team owners left actually playing halfway through a season.
by Faith Reaper 20 months ago
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by JasonCulley 4 years ago
How many of you on HubPages play fantasy sports? Which sports do you play?
by David 6 years ago
Question to all of the sports fans out thereNow that football is over where do you get your sports fixes? Are you excited for baseball? Already been watching basketball and hockey? What sport do you shift your attention to?
by delmer47 5 years ago
What sports did you play when you were younger?
by CJ Kelly 4 years ago
Is Baseball a dying sport?I think yes. World Series ratings are down by 65% in the last 25 years. Same goes for the All Star Game. Fox had its worst year in ratings for their game of the week in 2012 (averaged a 2 share for 24 games). Don't let the local TV deals or fantasy leagues fool you.
by swilliams 4 years ago
My son went to Vegas for the Fantasy Football Draft. I hope gambling is not involved. I don't like gambling, because I could loose, and that scares me. What is Fantasy Football. What teams are available?
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