The Winner's Guide to Fantasy Baseball

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AuthorHouse, Feb 25, 2005 - Sports & Recreation - 192 pages
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The Winners Guide in Fantasy Baseball is the most comprehensive guide on the market to one of Americas favorite hobbies. Where are the best websites to find fantasy baseball information? Which pre-season publications are worth your dollar? What should you look for in evaluating major and minor-league players? How do you value players for your league and adjust for draft inflation? How should you react when your leagues draft isnt going your way? The Winners Guide to Fantasy Baseball not only tackles these issues, but walks you through the hows and whys of each so that owners learn to think for themselves. If winning a league title is your ultimate goal, this book will help get you there.


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Chris Lee has played fantasy baseball for 19 years, winning several league titles in the process. Chris has both undergraduate and graduate degrees in business administration and currently teaches undergraduate economics at O’More College of Design in Franklin, Tennessee, where he also serves as Dean of Enrollment. Chris is the Senior Editor and Publisher of, the exclusive Vanderbilt site on the network, has also written for Southeastern Football Saturdays and’s Campus Insider, and has done radio work as a college sports and baseball analyst for stations in South Carolina and Tennessee. He lives in Nashville, Tennessee with his wife, Lisa.

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