A really excellent book about real baseball. This is not a rotisserie book, but a good rotisserie player could learn a lot from it. Doesn't pull punches or praise when needed. It's very fresh, very insightful, and an absolute joy to read. I didn't sleep last night because I had to keep reading one more player and team comment. Not as funny as in 1998, but every bit as entertaining, informative, and thoughtful as one could hope from a baseball book. My only complaint is the size of the book (should be more than 512 pages)...
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