(RSN2004)My wife bought me Fantasyland last year for Christmas and I decided to re-read it throughout this slow auction for the enjoyment of it. Good book, funny to look back on some of the players he met and had experiences with and see where they are now.
I've read a few other books that are sorta fantasy baseball-related, that is, without columns of stats etc. I really enjoyed Moneyball and Dynasty (about Duquette, Epstein and the Red Sox). Billy Beane has been taking it on the chin lately but I wonder whether it's because most teams are playing moneyball but with more money than the A's. I hear the movie is also back on. You guys read any other similar books that you'd recommend?