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How Fantasy Sports Explains the World: What Pujols and Peyton Can Teach Us About Wookiees and Wall Street Hardcover – August 17, 2011
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"Truly innovative and intellectually stimulating, How Fantasy Sports Explains the World is an entertaining read fans and non-fans alike should pick up." - Maria Miaoulis, The Celebrity Cafe.com
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All of them should buy this book.
ESPN writer A.J. Mass has created an engaging, amusing and informative book that takes "real-world" examples and tells us how to apply them to our fantasy sports teams. He also takes the exact opposite tack, showing how the way one approaches his or her fantasy team has corollaries that should be extended to the aforementioned "real-world."
Whether you are a fan of Albert Pujols or Star Wars, casino gambling or Allen Iverson's Mom, or even the great bard William Shakespeare, this book has something for everyone. Pick it up for yourself - and it will make a great gift for the fantasy sports addict in your life!
A fun read for sports and fantasy sports fans. I just started getting into fantasy football this year. Alan Mass' stories put fantasy sports into a better perspective for me as well.
This book is a must read for all fantasy players and those interested in the phenomenon of fantasy sports. I can assure you that you will not be disappointed in this book and will learn more than you ever thought you could from a book about fantasy sports.
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Decent book, I recommend Matthew Berry's Fantasy Life more but it's a decent read if you or someone you know is obsessed with fantasy sportsPublished on July 22, 2014 by OGL
A very entertaining book by this Fantasy anylast who was once a baseball mascot, and a casino dealer. Having to have worked with A.j. Read morePublished on January 7, 2013 by William E Baker
AJ Mass wrote quite the book incorporating real life and fantasy sports. Give it a read, it will not disappoint. Matthew Berry also penned a great foreword.Published on July 24, 2012 by downstairstvkristin
This book is off topic and not worth your time. There are a few nuggets of fantasy that are interesting, but whatever good is found in the book is put off my the random ramblings... Read morePublished on January 8, 2012 by Nicolas Shayko