Jason Johnson

Biography

Jason is a happily married father of one that resides in New England. He has a bachelor’s degree in Information Technology and works full time for a large corporation supporting their IT infrastructure. He’s an avid bowler and has bowled competitively at a high level for the last 20+ years. At one time, he had a great interest in all types of video games as well as trading card games (IE. Magic the Gathering). You might say that he fits the ‘nerd’ mold quite well.

Jason has been a fantasy sports enthusiast for the last 10+ years. He’s competed in all of the 4 major fantasy sports (baseball, football, basketball and hockey) as well as dabbled in many others. Of all of the fantasy games though, he excels at and enjoys fantasy baseball the most. As Understanding Fantasy Baseball – No Longer Just for Nerds uncovers, the return on investment that fantasy baseball provides, compared to other fantasy sports, plays a huge factor in his passion for the game. He has had success at many levels, and consistently wins leagues annually against high end competition.

Jason has posted a variety of fantasy articles for LuDawgs.com; many of which have been incorporated into this book. They not only include fantasy baseball, but also cover fantasy hockey, daily fantasy sports as a whole, and general guidelines for someone just getting into fantasy sports in general.

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Books

Understanding Fantasy Baseball - No Longer Just for Nerds
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 30,140. Language: English. Published: February 10, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Sports & outdoor recreation » Baseball / Statistics, Nonfiction » Sports & outdoor recreation » Baseball
When trying to learn fantasy baseball, many people aren't sure where to begin. Some search the web for countless hours while others get frustrated and simply give up. The goal of Understanding Fantasy Baseball - No Longer Just for Nerds was to create a way for anyone to quickly and easily gain a better understanding of the game.

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