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How to Win at Rotisserie Baseball, 1993 Ed

How to Win at Rotisserie Baseball Ed Golenbock s book has become the premier handbook for all fans of Rotisserie or Fantasy Baseball It is widely regarded as the most complete best written and easiest to use reference on the subject Th

  • Title: How to Win at Rotisserie Baseball, 1993 Ed
  • Author: Peter Golenbock
  • ISBN: 9780881849042
  • Page: 234
  • Format: Paperback
  • Golenbock s book has become the premier handbook for all fans of Rotisserie or Fantasy Baseball It is widely regarded as the most complete, best written, and easiest to use reference on the subject The 1993 edition is revised and expanded to include complete stats as well as winning strategies, clear explanation of the rules, and trading tactics.

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    About "Peter Golenbock"

    1. Peter Golenbock

      Golenbock grew up in Stamford, Connecticut, and in 1963 graduated St Luke s School in New Canaan, Connecticut His heroes were Mickey Mantle and Whitey Ford One day in the local library he discovered the book, The New York Yankees An Informal History by Frank Graham G.P Putnam s Sons, 1943 and it made a strong impression on him Golenbock graduated from Dartmouth College in 1967 and the New York University School of Law in 1970.He was a radio sports talk show host in 1980 on station WOR in New York City He was the color broadcaster for the St Petersburg Pelicans of the Senior Professional Baseball League in 1989 90 and has been a frequent guest on many of the top television and radio talk shows including Biography on AE, the Fifty Greatest Athletes and the Dynasties on ESPN, Good Morning America, Larry King Live, ESPN Classic, and the YES network.Golenbock lives in St Petersburg, Florida with his two basset hounds, Doris and Fred.

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    1. Pretty funny looking back through this at some of the projections for rookies.There is also a great three page bit in the back detailing Dan Okrent's original ideas and rules from when he invented the game back in the late 70s.


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