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Championship Rings for your Fantasy Leagues

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Happy Opening Day, the one day where hope is in everyone's hearts and the future is as bright as a brand new box of baseballs.

In a little more than an hour the Anaheim Angels of Anaheim will throw out the first pitch of new season. But in fantasy leagues all around the country, the season already began since virtual General Managers choose players from teams around the Majors.

What's interesting about these Rotisserie Leagues is that rarely are there any stakes for the winners. Sure, sometimes the winning GM will get some cash or a cheesy trophy, but usually all you get is bragging rights.

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Well now winning GMs can bling out with championship rings designed and produced by Jostens, the same people who make the gaudy Super Bowl ring.

Starting at just $99, geekiness has just hit a new embarrassing low.