...way way way to much detail. Makes you wonder what Paul is on. The good thing about this book is that it's very informative. If you are in a fantasy league, this is the book for you. He tells you everything from what a player is batting against left/right handed pitchers to what color his bowl movements are.
My one major gripe with this book, and I don't think it has anything to do with Paul, is that for the Kindle, there are no hyperlinks. Meaning, that if you want to lookup a certain team, you can not do it. You have to scroll through the book to find it. GET ON THIS WHOEVER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS!!!!!
Paul is an extremely underrated author. I read his blog almost daily, and he provides analysis that you will never see the talking-heads on ESPN cover at all. Moreso, he stresses on factors regarding baseball that are not the easiest to write about. Where most statisticians care about pure statistics, Paul covers a host of player-related external-factor reasoning that I admire. Well written and amazing analysis!