The Baseball Prospectus comes out about two weeks before Spring Training starts. It analyzes 1,600 players from Pro to Rookie Ball, with an outlook and forecast for each one. It also has a team by team outlook that is very informative and educational. It is definately worth the money. It always contains hidden tidbits of humor as well, like listing Pete Incaviglia's position as "Thunderstick of Yore", and listing the Expo's league as "Limbo". It's not just a fantasy baseball book, it's aimed at the casual fan looking for a player by player preview. Last year they predicted a huge year for Karim Garcia (if he played), and he performed as promised. Any book that can make a claim like that, is worthy in my opinion.