Cincinnati Reds players are popular on the field, and new research shows they are popular in fantasy leagues, too.
Yahoo! Sports has released the rankings of Major League teams with the most players claimed in fantasy baseball leagues.
The Yankees and Rangers tied for the top spot as most popular on Yahoo!. Both teams have 13 players owned in at least 50 percent of Yahoo! leagues.
The Reds have a good showing in fantasy baseball leagues as well. Seven players are owned in at least 50 percent of Yahoo! fantasy leagues. According to Yahoo!, at least 1 in 189 people in Cincinnati played fantasy baseball last year.
For more information about the Reds on Yahoo! Sports, go to http://sports.yahoo.com/mlb/teams/cin .
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