Yahoo Fantasy Sports is the world's largest fantasy sports provider, allowing users to compete against each other using statistics from real-world competitions. The Yahoo Fantasy Sports API provides rich data on leagues, teams and player information. This data can be used to build non-commercial tools and applications that help analyze draft results, review free agents, optimize current rosters, or other apps
The Yahoo Fantasy Sports API utilizes the Yahoo Query Language (YQL) as a mechanism to access Yahoo Fantasy Sports data, returning data in XML and JSON formats.
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The Yahoo Fantasy Sports PHP code sample aims to facilitate the interaction with the API data of fantasy football, baseball, basketball, and hockey. Includes game, league, team, and player information. The APIs are based on a RESTful model. Additional resources offer OAuth library use, OAuth flow without libraries, PUTs and POSTs, and public requests. More at https://developer.yahoo.com/fantasysports/guide/