Yes they do have free leagues. Some are prize eligeable but the y cost money.
Indeed there is. There are multiple in fact, at ESPN, Facebook, etc.
ESPN Fantasy Football hit the internet all free in 2007. It became more popular around 2009 when more people were aware it was there and understood it was a free experience.
ESPN has a fantasy baseball team called the Cleveland Steamers.
There's one on mlb.com, Espn, and Yahoo.
There is no age limit. Most Fantasy Baseball leagues ARE free.
The ESPN site has fantasy sports in the three major U.S. sports. In other words, there is information and leagues for football, baseball, and basketball. Recently, the company added hockey as the fourth sport with playable fantasy leagues.
Fantasy Focus - ESPN Radio program - was created in 2005.
A free fantasy football league can be created by using online fantasy sports league websites such as ESPN's Fantasy Football website. Setting up a free fantasy football league is as easy as following the directions given as the team is created.
Other fantasy leagues that ESPN offers are basketball, soccer, hockey, baseball, champions, premier, including basically any other major sport played.
You can only do this before the draft. First 'log in' and then, if you are commissioner then you will be allowed to edit league settings. Change your draft-type and you will be done. NOTE: In the new updated ESPN fantasy baseball, changing your draft choice is disabled.