Fantasy points are real time stats from an athlete, that get converted to a new score.
Whichever team gets more fantasy points, wins.
EXAMPLE: Jackie Bradley Jr. gets 1 home run (20 fantasy points), 3 runs batted in
(30 fantasy points), and 1 run scored (10 fantasy points) for the day. That's a total
of 60 fantasy points.
All your players fantasy points will be added up and if they are higher than
your opponent's players, you win.