Table: Roto-Geek

Fantasy baseball sites are O.K. for the experienced rotisserie sports fan, but they don't make newbies feel comfortable playing a complex game. The verdict: Ball one.


May be better for beginners. Explanations of the rules are clearer, though still not clear enough, and you play for free.


More advanced players may prefer this site, where it costs $29.95 to set up a team and the competition is big-league.

Before it's here, it's on the Bloomberg Terminal.