Feb. 12, 2013; Tempe, AZ, USA: Detailed view of a baseball in the dirt during Los Angeles Angels spring training at Tempe Diablo Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Fantasy Baseball Writers Wanted for 2013 season


With Spring Training getting started in Florida and Arizona, it’s time to get back into fantasy baseball mode. As we gear up for our first pitch to final out coverage, FantasyCPR is looking for a few writers to join our team. We have a full season ahead of us with all the teams and players to cover, so they’ll be plenty of great opportunities for baseball blogging.

If you’re interested in becoming a contributor for FantasyCPR.com, here’s what to do:

Write a 500-1500 word article about anything fantasy sports related, the post can be about any sport, but should represent your best work and be fully edited. If you want an assigned topic, give me your biggest winners and losers from this baseball offseason. It’s not required that your write on this topic, but it’s just an idea to get you started.

Email your article to [email protected] Please put “FantasyCPR Contributor Article” in the subject line. You can also fill out the Fansided application at this link and mention that you want to write for FantasyCPR.

As a contributor for FantasyCPR you’d be expected to post one article a week, but have the option to post more if you chose to do so. If you need assignment ideas, I’ll be glad to help ou.

While we cannot offer compensation as of now, the articles you write will offer you plenty of exposure.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Zach Thompson

Lead Editor

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