Treat Fantasy Leagues like Affiliate Programs and Get Your Friends Involved

Love sports? This time of year is a feast for sports fans. Baseball season is swinging for the fences; trying to figure out who is going to win each division and make it to the playoff is consuming hours of conversation both in person and on the radio. Baseball fans who enjoy the non-professional levels of baseball can watch the elimination games leading up to the Little League World Series and the Series itself. There are plenty of fantasy baseball leagues to entertain baseball sports fans. Some people treat fantasy leagues as if they were affiliate programs — and ask all of their friends to join their league.

Football season is also on the way — both college and professional. The preseason polls for the college teams — the Associated Press Poll, Sports Illustrated and ESPN — have all been released and the discussion and debates about team performances are actively brewing. The professional football season has finally just started — well at least the preseason has started. For the football-starved among us, preseason football is a welcome distraction from the dog days of summer. Fantasy football leagues for both college and professional football are available to give the fan another opportunity to participate in the sport. Even people who like the other version of football — i.e. soccer — can watch some matches in both the U.S. and Europe.

For people who don’t like team sports, there are golf tournaments. The Ryder Cup, which is a golf competition between teams from the United States and Europe, is selecting players and gearing up for early October. Tennis is working its way to the final major of the year, the U.S. Open, with the indoor season. Racing fans have NASCAR and the Sprint Cup to enjoy.

Although it is really hot outside, there is plenty of sport action to watch both indoors and out — with fantasy leagues for added entertainment.

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