I read it and it has some good ideas. It has questions at the end of chapters. Kind of like a workbook from school. The only thing that I didn't like is that most of the book deals with auction drafts.
If this is what you do, then this book could help. It's pretty heavy stuff. The questions really make you think. I think it's worth reading, no matter what style of fantasy baseball you play.
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