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What's New for Fantasy Baseball '15

  • New draft client.
    • We have a new draft client with better research tools, including player notes, projected standings and more.
  • League chat.
    • With our new smacktalk feature you can message your league mates across all devices.
  • Condensed games on video.
    • Scout players for adds, drops and trades by viewing 10-18 minute videos of every game from the previous day. Exclusive to Yahoo Fantasy Baseball.

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