The Sporting Life

Friday, September 02, 2005


Over 25 years, fantasy sports have become a real-world pastime, affecting how millions of fans interact with actual sports played on actual fields. Once upon a time sports fans were devoted to ball clubs, or certain iconic stars. Fantasy owners, however, live or die by the fortunes of players who may or may not be on their favorite teams. Bob talks with Rotisserie Baseball founding father Daniel Okrent and fantasy-league commentator Matthew Berry.

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