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About the Author
is a professional fantasy sports analyst working for ESPN.com, the most highly trafficked sports Web site on the Internet. After college, Mass spent four seasons inside the giant baseball-shaped head of the New York Mets legendary mascot, Mr. Met. His advice is sought after by fantasy sports owners from all over the globe. Mass's innovative approaches to statistical analysis have earned him high praise from co-workers and competitors alike and have made him a frequent guest on many radio stations around the country. He lives with his wife and young son in Galloway, NJ.